Does Bill Cosby Have A Rare Sexual Disorder?

- By Bossip Staff

Cosby Accuser Lawyer Suggests He Has A Sexual Disorder

By now, it’s pretty apparent that Bill Cosby has no problem using drugs to get women to do what he wants. Now, one of his first accusers’ lawyers is suggesting that the comedian may be driven by a sexual dysfucntion that actually causes him to prefer sex with passed-out women. Via NewYorkPost:

The latest in the Bill Cosby case has drawn attention to an unusual condition. A lawyer for one of the women who accused the comedian of sex assault raised the possibility that he might have the little-known condition called somnophilia.

What exactly is it? The simple explanation: “being aroused by the idea of having sex with someone sleeping,” whether actual sexual contact occurs or not, said Dr. Michael First, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center.

The term came up Wednesday in a motion filed by a lawyer for Andrea Constand, the first woman to accuse the actor-comedian of sexual assault, seeking to force disclosure of more records in her previously settled case. Cosby acknowledged in a 2005 deposition in the case that was unsealed this week that he obtained quaaludes to sedate women he wanted to have sex with.

“Although some of the women engaged in consensual relations with Cosby, their accounts substantiated defendant’s alleged predilection for somnophilia,” Constand’s lawyer, Dolores Troiani, wrote in the motion.

So why might someone be turned on by the thought of sex with someone who is out of it?

“The research on this is very, very limited,” First said. “It’s possibly that what the person might find arousing is the idea you have full control over this person,” or it could be the lack of consent, the sense of getting away with something, or even just the attraction of seeing the person asleep, he said.

SMH! Well, if that’s actually the case no wonder he was running around copping Quaaludes to slip in womens’ cocktails. What do you think?

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