John Wender’s Yellow Teeth

These teeth are much nicer than John Wender’s teeth, his resemble an Amish graveyard but the yellow plaque build up is the same.

John Wender should really see a dentist as well as go back for MORE STD testing as he just keeps spreading his diseases around NYC.

John Wender Architect Teeth NYC

John Wender Architect Teeth NYC

 

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ANY WOMAN THAT’S HAD THE MISFORTUNE OF F*CKING THIS DISEASED DIRTY OLD MAN WILL RECOGNIZE THIS FIGURE

 

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JOHN WENDER NYC WOMAN HIPS

John Wender Sex Addict

JOHN WENDER’S SEX ADDICTION AND SEX WITH HOOK UPS FROM CRAIGSLIST, FETLIFE, OK CUPID, ADULT FRIEND FINDER & PLENTY OF FISH AND HIS ADDICTION TO PROSTITUTES HAS LANDED HIM IN HOTTER THAN HOT WATER WITH HIS NEWEST BABY ADDITION.
SPREADING STD’S AROUND NYC AND PROBABLY SAN FRANCISCO THROUGH JACKIE (HIS LONGTIME MARRIED LOVER). BE VERY CAREFUL AROUND HIM. HE’S DISEASE RIDDEN AND WILL LIE ABOUT IT TOO!

YOU SHOULD BE EXTRA CAREFUL BECAUSE HE IS BISEXUAL TOO AND GAY MEN ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE HIV CARRIERS.

 

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In 2010, the American Psychiatric Association released draft, preliminary criteria that may define “sex addiction,” which they are formally called Hypersexual Disorder. Hypersexual disorder can only be diagnosed in adults 18 years or older, according to the draft criteria.

The symptoms of Hypersexual Disorder are:

Over a period of at least six months, a person experiences recurrent and intense sexual fantasies, sexual urges, and sexual behavior in association with four or more of the following five criteria:
Excessive time is consumed by sexual fantasies and urges, and by planning for and engaging in sexual behavior.
Repetitively engaging in these sexual fantasies, urges, and behavior in response to dysphoric mood states (e.g., anxiety, depression, boredom, irritability).
Repetitively engaging in sexual fantasies, urges, and behavior in response to stressful life events.
Repetitive but unsuccessful efforts to control or significantly reduce these sexual fantasies, urges, and behavior.
Repetitively engaging in sexual behavior while disregarding the risk for physical or emotional harm to self or others.
The person experiences clinically significant personal distress or impairment in social, occupational or other important areas of functioning associated with the frequency and intensity of these sexual fantasies, urges, and behavior.
These sexual fantasies, urges, and behavior are not due to direct physiological effects of drugs or medications, or to Manic Episodes.
Specify if:

Masturbation
Pornography
Sexual Behavior With Consenting Adults
Cybersex
Telephone Sex
Strip Clubs