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    Some places have privacy laws that make it illegal to take pictures of people without permission, in circumstances where they would not expect pictures to be taken. Even without such laws, many people would consider it unethical.

    I don't think you are a creep, just in the throes of a crush.

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    @BrokenDream Thank you for helping here, BrokenDream.

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    Welcome, Pepsi. Crushes are intense, but not deeply-rooted: they go as mysteriously as they come. You seem to suffer from particularly powerful sexual urges, which isn't easy.

    I don't know how much of a choice we have over how we feel, but, as so often with a crush, both of these crushes are with people who are unavailable. You always, no matter how strong the crush, have to resist doing anything really wrong. What you need, I think, is to get to know some girls who are possible real companions. You might find that helps you to stabilise a bit between bouts of uncontrolled horniness and stressful attempts to put the cork back in the bottle.

    I wonder if, if your obsessions ever get to the point where you are afraid of doing something bad, if treating it as a form of OCD might be helpful?

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    Welcome to A2A, BrokenDream!

    Please remember two things:

    1. You know that your uncle's wife is not available to you, but you are sexually attracted nevertheless. That happens a lot, because we do not have a lot of control about whom we are sexually attracted to. But knowing the person is unavailable does make the feeling fade and become bearable in time. Though it is hard to bear now, in time it will be much easier, and in time you will have someone else who will be available to you, and you will forget about your uncle's wife completely.

    2. Don't underestimate people's capacity for forgiveness. We all make mistakes, but we get forgiven them, and the rift is healed. Be able to forgive yourself, too.

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    @illea It's not always straightforward to tell. But if there's a sudden difference when you start taking a medication, and it goes back the way it was if you go off the medication, then the medication may be responsible (though even then, it may be a psychological rather than physical reaction).

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    Stress may be causing it, but seeing a doctor is always a good idea, in case there is something that needs attention. There are a number of alternative possibilities. (Very rarely, women may even get a light period or spotting when pregnant.)

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    Are you under particular stress? Have you been taking any new medication?

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