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Slim and attractive 5’3″ blonde Karla Kush was born on January 19, 1991 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Of mixed French, Swiss, and Austrian descent, Karla attended high school in both Las Vegas and Texas. Kush not only participated in theater in high school, but also was a figure skater for a year and a half. Karla lost her virginity at age fourteen. Kush moved to Seattle, Washington at age eighteen and married an Army officer who she divorced a few years later. Karla worked as a nanny and was involved with childcare since the age of fourteen prior to starting her career in the adult entertainment industry as a web-cam girl.

Life before porn

Karla Kush is an American porn actress that was born in “the city of sin” – Las Vegas, Nevada on January the 19th, 1991. Her ancestry is very interesting indeed – she is of Hungarian, German, Swedish, French, Swiss, Austrian and Welsh descent. Her parents got divorced and her dad moved to Texas (he lived in various cities) when she was 10 so, although technically she grew up in Vegas, she also spent a lot of time all over Texas. She actually went to high school in both Texas and Las Vegas.

Her extra-curricular school activity was theater, and she was also good in figure skating (which she took for about one and a half years). She’s been a nanny since she’s been 14 (she’s been doing that until she entered the adult industry), and that was also the time when she had lost her virginity. Since she was always bisexual, she has slept with both guys and girls. However, she was uncomfortable about her bisexuality and she was trying to hide it, so before porn she has slept with more guys than girls (the total was 30 people). Anyway, as soon as she turned 18, she moved to Seattle, Washington. Pretty soon this blue-eyed blonde got married (to a guy who was a soldier), but very soon she got divorced.

Porn career

Although Karla’s natural tits are not exactly big but she is a Sex Addiction, and although she is a bit petite, her body is very well proportioned and it looks simply great. In a word – she’s perfect for modeling. Her first contact with the world of adult entertainment was web camming. 6 months later she was contacted by a company that wanted to represent her. This hot lady consulted her boyfriend, and he encouraged her to go for it. Her first shoot was in 2013 for Team Skeet, and since then she’s been working for various successful sites and networks like: Evil Angel, Girls Way, 21 Sextury, Blacked, Nubiles, Realit Kings, When Girls Play, Tushy, Naughty America, Elegant Angel, New Sensations and others.

Kush did her first hardcore shoot at age twenty-two for the adult website Team Skeet in August, 2013. Among the notable companies Karla has appeared in X-rated features for are Mile High, FM Concepts, Digital Sin, Girlfriends Films, Kick Ass Pictures, New Sensations, and Juicy Entertainment. Moreover, Kush has also worked for such adult websites as Penthouse, Blacked, 21 Sextury, Reality Kings, and Naughty America. Karla enjoys drawing and cooking in her spare time.

Our miss Kush is a genuine squirting machine, and she was actually awarded for that. Among lots of other porn awards and nominations, she has won the Spank Bank Award in Super Squirter of the Year category (in 2016). Her favorite scenes are a G/G scene with Riley Reid and a B/G scene with Daniel Hunter (she admits he’s her porn crush). The fact that she’s been a nanny definitely boosts our imagination, and it’s interesting that she did a scene with Eric Everhard in a movie called Cute Little Babysitter 4. Well, I guess her experience payed up.

Private life

As I said, Karla was always bisexual, but since porn she’s much more comfortable with that fact. Again, she won the Spank Bank Technical Award in NOT ‘Gay For Pay’, But Bi EVERY Day category (in 2015). She likes to draw and she’s really into cooking healthy. She has 2 cats and a turtle, and likes listening to classic rock, indie rock and old country music like Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson. Karla likes watching documentaries, foreign movies and all the classics. In the future she would like to live on a farm and grow her own organic food, and live off the land.

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Sex Talk

10 Common Questions Men Have About Sex Addiction

Common Questions Men Have About Sex Addiction

Question: Am I a sex addict?

Answer: There are a number of red flags that can signal an addiction to sex. A person who uses sexual activity be it intercourse, viewing pornography, phone sex, chat rooms, prostitution or masturbation as a numbing agent, something to prevent them from feeling bad, may have a sex addiction. Other indicators the sexual behavior is causing the addict problems include their spouse becoming upset over their behavior or they’ve gone into debt over payment for phone sex lines or Internet pornography sites. Spending an excessive amount of time viewing pornography Over 10 hours a week is another red flag, since this sexual behavior is interfering with time spent with friends, family or at work.

Another key factor is the addict has tried to stop engaging in sexual behavior but failed. When all these things come together, it’s time to ask a professional about getting help.

Question: Can I be cured?

Answer: Many sex addicts have reported being able to bring their sexual behavior under control, through any one of a variety of treatment methods. Some attend intensive rehabilitation facilities; others go to therapy sessions, attend 12 step meetings or use medication and a host of other techniques to control their sexual behavior. This can include finding a trusted person to act as an “accountability partner.” Or for pornography addicts, it can mean the use of pornography blocking computer programs.

Question: Does being cured mean I give up sex?

Answer: No. Unlike chemical dependencies related to alcohol or drugs, sex is recognized as a healthy aspect of life. Treatment for sex addiction, while it does involve a period of abstinence, seeks to bring harmful and unwanted troublesome sexual activity under control to where it is no longer causing harm. It may lead to stopping viewing pornography, discontinuing solicitation of prostitutes and other “bottom line” behaviors or even illegal activities. The goal is stopping harmful behavior, but certainly not giving up sex.

Question: Is sex addiction even real, or just something people use to excuse their behavior?

Answer: Truth be told, there are some experts who don’t feel sex addiction is real and say it’s more a product of conflicting social norms and mores. Other say sex addiction exists but do not feel it meets the definition of an addiction in the same way addiction to alcohol or drugs does. For a sex addict seeking treatment, it may be a moot point. To get treatment, first one has to recognize they have a problem and stop trying to use their own willpower alone to control it. Many people have sought treatment for sex addiction and reported results. Much of the criticism about its validity has been aimed at celebrities embroiled in public sex scandals and is hardly analogous to the average person not living in the public eye. Sex addiction is real and one struggling with unwanted sexual behaviors certainly can attest to that fact.

Question: What caused this? How did I get to be this way?

Answer: There is no definitive cause for sex addiction, and for each person it will be different. Many sex addicts report being sexually abused at a young age and growing up with a distorted view of sex and what a healthy sex life should be. For others, it is simply the rush of chemicals in their brain after discovering a parent’s pornography stash or coming across it in some other fashion. Still others indicate the accessibility of Internet pornography had them fall into a cycle, while there are those who turned to using sex as a numbing agent during a difficult period in their lives and began relying on it as a coping mechanism. For some growing up with abuse, neglect, abandonment and enmeshment have cause the to seek out other ways to feel good about life and themselves.

While knowing the cause of sex addiction is important, those on the path to recovery should not seek to dwell on the unchangeable past; instead, they need to focus on their present actions.

Question: Does viewing pornography and sexual interaction over the Internet count as cheating on my spouse?

Answer: Not to be glib, but it can depend on the spouse. Certainly many women do feel that their spouses having cybersex or phone sex with another woman qualifies as infidelity. They may not react in the exact same way as if it had been physical sex with another woman, but the impact on a relationship can be dire. First, the wife will feel betrayed. She won’t trust her husband if he’s been hiding his behavior. She may can feel bad about herself, perhaps thinking some failing on her part led the husband to seek these sexual outlets.

Even pornography viewing can be a sore spot for women. Society places a lot of pressure on women to be physically attractive and sexually desirable and they may feel they are in competition with actresses in pornographic videos. This can affect their self-esteem, even if they do not confront their husband about the behavior.

Question: Can medication lower my sex drive so I don’t have this problem.

Answer: Yes and no. There are medications out there that can lower a person’s sex drive, and they are often used to treat sex addiction. However, they are limited in their power to erase the problem completely. Some form of therapy, be it a 12 step program or other process, is required.

Question: Will I ever be cured or is this a lifelong problem?

Answer: Many people report being able to bring their sexual behaviors under control, sometimes after a period of months or years, and are living lives relatively free of problems related to sex addiction. These people have addressed the factors in their life they had once sought to control by using sex; they have now embedded into their lives multiple tools to avoid falling back into destructive addiction cycles. For some, there is always the fear they will relapse, and some do struggle with sex addiction for long periods of time. There is no quick fix for the problem.

Question: I’m also addicted to alcohol. Is my sex addiction just a sign that I’m susceptible to addictive behaviors in general?

Answer: In some ways, yes. Many sex addicts report being addicted to alcohol, drugs, or behaviors such as gambling. They also claim family members with various addictions. It’s certainly been theorized that a person can have a genetic predisposition to addictive behaviors. As to treating multiple addictions, it should be noted that many sex addiction treatment programs are modelled after alcohol treatment techniques developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. 12 step programs such as Sexaholics Anonymous, Sex Addicts Anonymous and Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous model their programs after and borrow their literature from that organization.

Question: Am I really a sex addict or is my sex drive just naturally high?

Answer: The difference between a sex addict and a person who enjoys a lot of sex has to do with why the behavior is being sought and the inability to stop an unwanted behavior as well as the obsession and compulsion. A person with a high sex drive is aroused and in most cases can control acting on that arousal. A sex addict is engaging in sex as a coping mechanism, isolating themselves from others even if they have a real life partner for the sex, and engaging in the sex act compulsively. They may feel shame after they complete the act, or some general feelings of depression. Actual arousal is not the primary motivator.