Last week, the world was introduced to Dale Decker, a Wisconsin man who had lost everything due to a debilitating injury that has left him at the mercy of his sexual organs. Now, the man who can't stop climaxing has spoken out, saying that "it hurts, but it feels good at the same time."
If you have a low threshold for pain, you may want to skip the video above, which shows Decker having several painful orgasms in the middle of a field. His orgasms, Decker told The Daily Mail, make it impossible for him to hold down a job, go out in public or even have a healthy relationship with his two sons. Decker's wife April has also been devastated by her husband's painful and embarrassing problem.
In an interview with ITV, Decker broke down while talking about his condition, which sounds horrific and not at all funny. While searching for words to describe what happens during an orgasm ("Everything just seizes up...Everything just gets rock hard"), Decker's face fell and he looked like he was in physical pain. "You just want to run away from everything and hide," he said. "I bet you I could be a world champion player in hide-and-seek."
Doctors haven't been able to treat Decker's persistent genital arousal syndrome and it's possible that he wouldn't be able to afford the treatment if it was treatable (Decker's wife has become the primary breadwinner in the family and says they're struggling). However, he wants to make sure that others know about this condition, which has, until now, been mostly diagnosed in women. It is interesting to note, however, that while Decker's story blew up overnight, previous stories about women who suffer from the same syndrome have not caused quite a sensation. All the cases do have one thing in common, though: For sufferers of this disorder, multiple orgasms are a painful curse, not a blessing.