hi there. recently, ive noticed a very heavy increase in sexual thoughts lately and i've come to grow a bit concerned. it doesnt infest my daily life, but its become so apparent that im usually thinking about my first (and basically only) sexual encounter right before i go to sleep. i dont understand what its all about and im wondering what a possible trigger for this might have been. and masturbation doesn't seem to quell the juices that are flowing, if you will.
assuming that you'll yeild to a two part question, i am wondering if it seems at all wrong or a bit disturbing to masturbate to videos or pictures of late celebrities or people portrayed in such acts, for example: anna nicole smith. i havent done so in fear of unleashing a buried necrophilic urge (which, mind you, i in no way condone necrophilia or engage in such acts). it seems bizarre to me to masturbate to her image, however, i justify it by it not actually being the image of her corpse. i apologize if that is overly graphic, but it is the only way i can properly convey my question and its entire meaning. thank you for your time.
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There isn't anything wrong with either of the things you're up to! Everyone experiences natural highs and lows with regards to libido; it's nothing to worry about unless you feel it interferes with your day-to-day life.
Also, I don't think that enjoying pornography with deceased celebrities is necrophilia, because, as you say, it's nothing to do with them actually being dead. It's no different than someone being aroused by, say, a pinup of Marilyn Monroe. Nothing to worry about at all
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