Sorry, but I have to disagree with you here. I happen to have the same addiction as @Chey. Research is clear that unrestrained sexual behavior is not only unhealthy for you, but it actually damages parts of your brain. You cannot play with fire without getting burnt.
Let’s use history as an example, look at the most sexually depraved societies and see what happened to them. Rome fell because they spread themselves too thin. At the heart of that was that the common man of the empire married much later and had children very late, because they would rather have lived a raucous lifestyle enjoying orgies, bloodshot and gluttony. Rome didnt have the internal population to supply it’s own armies as a result of its low birth rates. They ended up recruiting gladiators, criminals, barbarians, mercenaries, and the people of their conquered nations. It became to much to sustain and they imploded from within.
“No one man, however brilliant or well-informed, can come in one lifetime to such fullness of understanding as to safely judge and dismiss the customs or institutions of his society, for these are the wisdom of generations after centuries of experiment in the laboratory of history. A youth boiling with hormones will wonder why he should not give full freedom to his sexual desires; and if he is unchecked by custom, morals, or laws, he may ruin his life before he matures sufficiently to understand that sex is a river of fire that must be banked and cooled by a hundred restraints if it is not to consume in chaos both the individual and the group.” -Will and Ariel Durant, The Lessons of History (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1968), pp. 35–36
Sex is not a sport or a toy. It’s an expression of love and a God given ritual for creation. It should be treated as something special. Not something to be thrown around.