Sex addict talks about sleeping with 130 men by 28 and contracting multiple STIs
A British woman has opened up about her past relationships and her obsession with sex addiction.
The lady named, Frankie Considine claims to have slept with 130 men by the age of 28, including having four guys in the space of 24 hours on her 21st birthday
During her struggles with sex addiction, the model who lost her virginity at the age of 14 would call in sick at work and cancel plans with friends to have sex.
According to Considine, it got a point her addition to sex had an impact on her mental and physical health. She fell into depression, got pregnant without knowing who the father was and contracted multiple STIs, before being diagnosed with sex addiction.
Speaking to Fabulous Digital, Frankie, revealed how her sex craving derived from her parents’ divorce and the relationship she had with her body pushed her into cheating during a four-year relationship with her ex-boyfriend.
She told the publication: “Even though I loved it, I was having sex with someone at least every fortnight.”
When her mom died following a year-long cancer battle, Frankie ended her relationship and began to have sex with random people.
Over the next three years, the model believes she slept with 80 men, some of which were one-night stands, while others were through multiple hook-ups.
She explained: “I wasn’t interested in drinking or taking drugs. Sex was my coping mechanism. It was very much about the thrill of the sex but also the intimacy, being with someone close to you, which replaced the loss of my mum.”
She also disclosed that she slept with four men in 24 hours during her 21st birthday in Brighton. By the age of 22, she discovered she was pregnant and couldn't identify who the father between six possible partners, so she decided to abort the child.
Frankie later met a man from Tinder who she had an on-off relationship with in 2014. But in April 2017, she fell pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl in January 2018.
Six months after having the child, Frankie and her partner broke up and so she started seeing a therapist before she was then diagnosed with sex addiction at the age of 26.
She explained: “There is so much stigma around being a sex addict. People think it’s an excuse, but we aren’t sl*ts. It’s a genuine illness.”
The mother on one whose life has been transformed says she is now reserved, and wouldn't want to have sex straight away when she starts seeing someone again.
Frankie concluded: “I’m very reserved now. If I’m seeing someone, I don’t want to have sex straight away. If they initiate it or want to talk about it, they almost get blocked from my phone – I’m that fearful. I’m scared if I sleep with them too soon, will I go back down the spiral?"