Stands for: Long-Term Male Sexual Abstinence
A condition, typically considered a severe form of long-term virginity, affecting 0.8% of U.S. males approximately 25 years of age or older. Symptoms usually include a combination of the following: the inability to interact with females, shame, depression, loneliness, shyness, and large abundances of pornography (usually very graphic and strange). Clinical research and testing are currently inconclusive as to why males suffer from LTMSA, however it is theorized that an extreme psychological episode from a males’ childhood may be the cause. Previously LTMSA was a relatively unknown condition in mainstream psychohistory until the film “The 40 Year Old Virgin” premiered that brought this condition to the forefront of mainstream research.
LTMSA is credited being first diagnosed in 1955 by Dr. Steven J. Bishop of Georgetown University.
Long-Term Male Sexual Abstinence (LTMSA) usually results in one of two outcomes:
1. Lonely night alone and a bad hand cramp in the morning or
2. Your friends sending out a "Code Orange" alert when there is a possibility for the male in question to lose their virginity.