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Sexual Addiction Self Test


If you answer yes to some of the 30 questions below, you may have a sexual addiction problem. The more yes answers, the more likely the problem is. An evaluation by a sex addiction specialist would be necessary for an official diagnosis. After taking the test and reviewing your score results, if you would like more information about getting professional help to determine if you have a sexual addiction problem, click the Treatment button on the side panel.



Do you frequently fantasize or think about sex?

Have you made promises to yourself or others to change or stop some of your sexual behavior, and then broken these promises?

Does your sexual desire cause you to associate with people you wouldn't normally be with or do things you wouldn't usually do?

Has frequenting sex sites on the internet for sexual stimulation become a habit for you?

Do you frequently engage in sexual chat in sexually oriented chat rooms on the internet?

Is masturbation a frequent activity for you?

Do you have or have you had an extensive collection of pornography or other X-rated material?

Have you gotten rid of a pornography collection and then started collecting it again?

Do you with some regularity rent (or buy or make your own) X-rated videos?

Do you like to "channel cruise" on TV to find sexually stimulating scenes, or do you subscribe to cable in order to view sexually explicit programs? Or do you stare at scrambled (blocked) sex channels for the occasional fragments of clear images of sexual material?

Are you attracted to phone sex?

Do you frequent topless clubs?

Do you frequent modeling studios for sex?

Do you seek out massages where you are able to obtain sexual favors, such as being masturbated?

Do you frequent adult bookstores for sexual excitement or sexual activity?

Do you frequent, or have you frequented X-rated movie theatres?

Do you frequent other sexually oriented businesses?

Does your regular sex partner complain about the amount of sex or the type of sex you desire with him or her? Or do you suspect that your regular sex partner submits to your requests that may be excessive but doesn't tell you? Or, does your regular sex partner sometimes complain about your lack of interest in being sexual (which you know is because of your masturbation or other sexual activity outside the relationship)?

Have you violated your marriage or other relationship by having sex or affairs with others?

Are you especially excited by sexual behavior that includes a risk of being caught?

Do you get a sexual thrill from exposing your private body parts to unsuspecting onlookers?

Do you have a habit of trying to get forbidden looks at people that give you sexual excitement?

Is anonymous sex with others a frequent indulgence you seek, or one you periodically return to?

Do you take advantage of opportunities to touch people sexually whom you find attractive by touching them in a way that makes it seem accidental?

Are you an adult who engages in sexual activity with children?

Are you an adult who forces other adults to have sex with you against their will?

Have you been, or could you be arrested because of some of your sexual behavior?

Does some of your sexual activity cause you to have a secret life hidden from significant others?

Does your sexual behavior or fantasy sometimes make you feel hopeless or depressed?

Have you been told by someone that your sexual behavior is excessive, inappropriate, or out of control?

If you would like to seek a professional evaluation to help determine whether you are sexually addicted, click here.