It’s one thing to have an orgasm in the privacy of your home, but imagine walking through the grocery store and busting a load at the sight of the deli counter. Probably weird and uncomfortable, right? Plus you’d have to carry a spare change of pants around with you since no one likes walking around in damp clothes, especially when they’re damp with bodily fluids.
That scenario is an every day reality for one Cara Anaya, a 30-year-old from Arizona who was diagnosed with Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder three years ago. Not only can she have up to 90 orgasms every HOUR because of PGAD, but she also experiences up to six hours of random sexual arousal every day.
“So what?” you’re thinking, “I love jerking off in public!” Well for one thing that’s really fucking weird and rather creepy, but for another Cara is married and has a kid. Imagine having an orgasm around your child, randomly. The kid doesn’t know what’s going on and besides, how would you explain that as a parent? You can’t. Even then…that’s such an uncomfortable impending conversation.
Cara, who lives with her husband Tony Carlisi, 34, and young son Merrick, 10, said: “It is embarrassing and confusing and humiliating.
“When you are around children you feel like a pervert because you have all these really strong feelings rushing through your body at the same time.
“So if imagine you can’t help out in class or go on school trips because the kids don’t understand, the parents don’t understand.
“Even doing the school run is a worry because the arousal will build and build and I just have to stay in the car until it is over or try and mask it.
Due to Cara’s PGAD she has become confined to her house and unable to work. While giving a power point presentation and having an orgasm in front of a boardroom of ~20 people sounds like a great opening to a porno, in real life it’s not exactly an ideal.
However, while Cara avoids being in public she’s learned to control her face and body in order to hide her condition.
“I have had to learn to control showing my arousal, remaining straight-faced, learning to breathe through it,” she said.
“It will build and build and build inside me and it’s overwhelming.
“It makes me giggle because of the momentary high and outwardly I look okay but inwardly it’s a torture.
“It is ruining my life, because it messes with your head. You body is running on a high, on an up and down, so it really affects your moods.
“Some days when it’s really bad I just want to shut the curtains and never get up.
“Other days I have little control over my body, and I will only have suffered 10 orgasms that day and I feel I could go back to work, get my life back.
Unfortunately for Cara, Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder is as of right now incurable and the only comfort she finds from her condition is in online support communities. Even her husband, Tony, feels the pressure from his wife’s PGAD since she is always aroused, and who can live up to that standard of constant affection and intimacy?
Brings a new meaning to “being screwed.”