Gorgeous Sarah Taylor is a 200-a-day orgasm girl who gets good, good, good vibrations from almost anything. The rumble of a train on the tracks, the purr of a hairdryer, a wolf whistle from an off duty housing officer are all enough to make her go oh oh oh, ahhhhh.
Sarah, 29, from Brighton suffers from Permanent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS), which increases blood flow to the sex organs.
She said: "Sometimes I have so much sex to try to calm myself down I get bored of it. And men I sleep with don't seem to make as much effort because I orgasm so easily. Towards the end of our relationship my ex husband didn't even bother to put his book down in bed. Occasionally if I was lucky he'd look at me over his half moon glasses, pat me on the top of my thigh a few times and ask me if I was OK. Unfortunately that would usually be enough to make me climax but it felt so degrading. How the marriage lasted seven years I will never know."
As she chatted, Sarah became increasingly flustered.
"Sorry, you'll have to excuse me for a minute. I'll be with you in a sec," she mumbled before running off to the ladies and letting out a long sigh. Our reporter,who had not had sex since decimalisation was finding it difficult to remain professional.
Sarah believes she developed PSAS after being prescribed anti-depressants at the age of 19.
"It started off in bed where sex sessions would last for hours and my boyfriend would be stunned at my ferocious sexual appetite".
"Then it would happen after sex. I'd be thinking about what we'd done in bed and I'd start feeling a bit flushed, then I'd become aroused and usually end up climaxing loudly again. This was OK if I was still at home but if I was at work it could cause problems. On the plus side the library had never been so busy with men coming as far away as Littlehampton to register."
She explained: "Anything can set me off. Even a hairdryer can cause funny pulsations through my body".
"If I am doing a bikini wax at home it is so difficult as you have to really concentrate and keep your hands very still, and mine go a bit wobbly when I orgasm".
At this stage our reporter was finding it impossible to remain professional.
She has also had embarrassing moments in public. Going to noisy bars and clubs is out of the question as the vibrations send her wild. Sarah has even told people that she is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [PTSD] and that the sudden screams are due to her reliving some dreadful memory from her past.
"This certainly reduced the amount of interest men showed in me. However when I get tipsy I find it even more difficult to control and you can guarantee by the end of the night I have a string of men wanting to walk me home".
"With me, it is a means of release, but now I know I don't have to have sex to do that. In fact many of the men I have met have such poor technique that they actually make having an orgasm more difficult. For someone who can have an climax watching repeats of 'Cheggers Plays Pop' that really is saying something"
Thanks to her understanding relatives and friends, Sarah feels like she can now live with PSAS.
She said: "I'm lucky because people around me are very kind and appreciate that sometimes this is a problem for me and it can be embarrassing. Even my colleagues at work are beginning to understand. Many of them try to cough or even break wind loudly to cover my moments of sexual arousal. It might not be the quietest library in East Sussex but it is certainly the most popular".
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During our 40-minute's together, Sarah told me she had five orgasms. I told her I was about to have my first.
After the interview our reporter thanked Sarah for her honesty and asked her to marry him. She declined the offer but agreed to allow him to join Brighton Central Library as soon as there was a vacancy.