In a world where sex is everywhere – online, on billboards, on television, in schools, books, magazines and other forms of media – there is an increased likelihood for an individual to have a strong sexual desire that is difficult to control.
Arguing with or complaining to the hosts about the rules will not cause the rules to change and may result in your removal from the rooms.
Additionally, hosts may not be questioned continually about their decisions (including bans or kicks).
As sexual addictions progress, the behaviors that the addict takes place in will often progress as well.
For instance, in the early stages of sex addiction, an individual may simply watch many hours of pornography.
There is no reason for you to engage in conversation with people who are being mean to you. You can do this by typing /ignore nickname, when you would like to undo the ignore, just type /unignore nickame.
When you engage in conversation with troublemakers, they are more likely to stay and create further problems.
Members with nicknames may idle up to two hours, Guests will be booted in one hour.
This is to help limit confusion by having a lot of people in the room who aren't available to chat.
Sex, the thought of sex, the actions that surround sex and an intense desire to take part in such actions can all lead to problems with relationships, work, school and social interaction for the sex addict.