Carlos Danger is everywhere.
That's "Carlos Danger," the silly fake identity of Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former congressman who was caught up in another sexting scandal last week. Weiner, who resigned from Congress in 2011, seems determined to stay in politics this time, refusing to leave the race for New York Mayor. The tabloids are having a field day, but not everyone is laughing. According to those who treat sexual disorders, Weiner's latest sexting scandal touches on a growing problem for many Americans.
The number of people suffering from sexual disorders enabled by modern technology
is growing, say the experts. Robert Weiss, a clinical social worker who works for Los Angeles-based Elements Behavioral