It gets lonely out there in the desert

Finding the Sexual Addict ‘Cure’, Hollywood Style

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Finding the Sexual Addict ‘Cure’, Hollywood Style
Poor Kevin Spacey,  who made serious LGBT enemies when he came out as gay after the first allegation of sexual abuse against him unexpectedly floated up to the surface.

Having turned himself in at same Arizona rehab facility attended by disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein the go-to clinic for sexual addiction, Spacey will spend his time horseback riding, practicing yoga, tai chi, acupuncture and on “mindless meditation” at the clinic while taking the cure.

As the rehab center, called the Meadows,  is in the Arizona desert, only the cactus is at risk with both Weinstein and Spacey on the loose.

But mothers who dream of sending their over-sexed, “toxic male” sons in because of worrisome sex addiction behavior would need to be able to fork out $36,000G a month.

Had any of those sexually harassed Hollywood stars only known there was a cure for sex addiction, they would have sent Horrid Harvey there 20 years ago.

Spacey should take note that the only difference in Harvey Weinstein since he’s been at the Meadows, is that he thinks he’s Donald Trump.

“He was seen in disguise at a local eatery in Phoenix.” (Daily Mail, Nov. 6, 2017)

According to the British news outlet, Weinstein was wearing a blond wig, an orange face, and some kind of religious baseball cap when one of their photographers spotted him dining with a friend.

The big question should be: Did Weinstein think he was Donald Trump—or did he want to remind folk of Donald Trump, whose steadfast friend Hillary Clinton keeps insisting is a misogynist?


“Shamed Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey has checked into a luxury $36,000-a-month rehab center in the Arizona desert to receive treatment for sex addiction, sources tell DailyMail.com.

“Spacey is seeking treatment after Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp claimed that he had come onto him when he was just 14-years-old, after a party at Spacey’s home, when they were the only ones in the apartment.

“He said the actor had drunkenly picked him up ‘like a bride,’ and then lay down on top of him in the alleged 1986 incident.”

“Spacey said the story ‘horrified’ him and said he didn’t recall the encounter, but said he apologized ‘if I did behave then as he describes.’

Some Hollywood horror flicks, it seems, sometimes come into real life

“The elite Meadows clinic is popular among celebrities and has treated stars such as Tiger Woods, Elle Macpherson, Kate Moss and Selena Gomez. (Daily Mail)

“It’s believed the American Beauty actor, 58, who has been accused of sexually abusing or harassing a string of men in allegations dating back years, arrived in the center in Wickenburg towards the end of last week.




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“The Meadows claims to have the best sex addiction treatment program in the US.

“The impressive facility boasts a fitness center, a swimming pool and relaxation areas.

“The center runs a 45-day treatment program for sex addicts called the ‘Gentle Path’ under which patients undergo counseling and ‘expressive arts’ to try and deal with their issues.

“Their website states: ‘In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, men are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of addiction and co-occurring disorders.”

Oh, oh!

“‘The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery.’ (Daily Mail)

Spacey and Weinstein who both have enough gall to last a lifetime, would hardly need to “gain the courage to face difficult issues”.

Imagine what this must have done to Spacey’s ego:


“Netflix removed Spacey from the cover photo of House of Cards on the heels of news that the company was cutting all ties to the actor and substituted co-star Robin Wright. (Daily Mail)

“Since then, a claim has emerged that Spacey made a ‘gesture and remark’ on the set of the first season of House of Cards in 2012 that resulted in him undergoing a ‘training process’.

“And on Friday another three claims were fired at the Oscar-winner - one of them again involving a teenager, another one claiming that he grabbed a man’s penis and chased him around a club, and the third saying he got an assistant to request sex on set.

“And this past weekend the son of Richard Dreyfuss alleged that Spacey groped him when he was 18 years old in 2008, when he was a high school senior.”

The Meadows certainly has its work cut out for it in curing Weinstein and Spacey from their sex addictions, one used on women, the other on males respectively.

Alleged victims of both Weinstein and Spacey should bear in mind that even though cell phones are not allowed at the Meadows, Weinstein somehow kept his.

It gets lonely out there in the desert.

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