Sex addict confesses to losing $200,000 to his addiction
And all too often, they learn that money is a scarce resource like decent sex. Of course, most Sailer-type white males are reticent to confess to their sexual despair, but at least one man confesses to his sexual addiction prevalent among the conservatives.
Hooked on sex: Man says escort addiction cost him $200,000 "Stupid, huh?"
Bill Kegley is an addict. But it's not alcohol, drugs, food or shopping he's hooked on.
Kegley, 69, is addicted to sex.
Specifically, paid sex. It's cost him his life savings — $200,000 down the drain.
"I've given up on getting married again, but I do crave female companionship. And the only way I feel I can get it is by paying for it. I have a lot of testosterone," he said.
Prostitution is widespread in the Poconos, according to Kegley. It's as easy as ordering a pizza. Some services even have online galleries with photos of escorts, along with funky stage names reminiscent of professional wrestlers.
The services are even in the phone book, although with lists of services that do not include sex.
After 40 years of marriage, Kegley, a Stroudsburg native, was divorced four years ago. He has a daughter and an adopted son.
Kegley's educated. He has a degree in economics from Lafayette College. Before he retired, he was a mainframe computer programmer and information manager.
Now, Kegley is broke. His life savings are gone, his car was repossessed and he has a large credit card debt.
He carries a folder filled with pictures and notes about his experiences. The label on the folder reads "PITP," which stands for Prostitution in the Poconos.
Bill Kegley is already in a hopeless situation, but at least he confessed and sought help. Although it's doubtful if Bill Kegley can recover, and is likely to face the ultimate price of debt, at least he's providing a warning sign.
All you neocon male morons out there reading this, Steve Sailer won't help you get out of your secret addiction. But if you want to find a healthy solution, you better stay away from the likes of Sailer, because here are some more white guys who learned the hard way about sex, money, and debt, and what Sailer could never warn you against.
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