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A woman has described how she stings herself with bees up to 100 times a week, in large part, for sexual pleasure.

In the latest episode of TLC's My Strange Addiction, Margaret, 53, from Morningview, Kentucky, admits that ten stings 'makes sex great'.

The couple do not elaborate on this bizarre detail, though Margaret speaks unapologetically about her love of the bee sting sensation.

'I sting myself on my hip, my elbows, on a finger, my ankle, my forehead, on the tip of my nose,' she says on the show.

'The most I've ever given myself was between 15 and 20 in my left hip. I really love stinging myself with bees!'

Margaret says she began stinging herself around a decade ago to relieve her arthritis pain. She now keeps hives in her back garden for a steady supply.

'[I heard] people [had] been using it to relieve certain pain symptoms,' she explains.

'The first time that I stung myself, it didn't hurt as bad as I thought it would,' she recalls. 'And it just got easier every time.'

'The first time that I stung myself, it didn't hurt as bad as I thought it would. And it just got easier every time'

Now Margaret indulges herself with around 15 stings a day.

Holding a bee in a set of tweezers, she describes how she taps the insect's abdomen against herself to make the stinger puncture her skin.

'There's a couple of trigger points right here that I like to sting,' she says, prodding at the skin around her kneecap. 'I can kind of put a little dent in it with my fingernail.'

She says the resulting sensation is 'peppery' and while 'no two stings are alike', she 'feel[s] relief from all of them.'

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Poor Bees, they die once they sting don't they?
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This is murder! Hang the witch!
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Antoine to Duece: 'Women pay me to... give them pleasure.'

Margaret: 'I give the bees the hives... they give me pleasure.'

Duece and Antoine looked at her with their shocking look and said, 'What?!'

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Couldn't she just stick herself with a needle ?
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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1361549881' post='595537010']
Couldn't she just stick herself with a needle ?
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Probably the bee venom she likes.
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i would extract her blood to make anti-bee-venom serum
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...And there's me thinking I was wierd.........
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Some people take honey to the bedroom, she prefers the source.
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[quote name='Detection' timestamp='1361548499' post='595536950']
Poor Bees, they die once they sting don't they?
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Only honey bees die after stinging because of the barbs on their stinger. Their stinger gets stuck in the skin and more or less rips it out of the bees body.. Other bees do not have the barbs.
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When I was little, my dad taught me how to catch bees that landed on flowers. So after Easter, we would save all the plastic eggs. We would then go to a field and catch as many bees as possible and put them in the eggs. I could normally get about 3 to 4 bees per plastic egg, any more was hard, because they would be mad and would escape. What did we do with these eggs of bees? We had a war! We would then proceed to throw the eggs at each other. The funny part is, after any one of us threw an egg, we both just ran the opposite direction. We never got stung from the bees getting out of the thrown eggs, but we would get stung trying to catch them :p But as this article said, after a while, you get used to the pain and it really doesn't hurt.

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Anaphylactic shock would be my worry, never been stung by anything bigger than a midge in my entire 33 years, and I've been in situations where I really should have been, such as being tricked into strimming the corner of a garden but not being told there was a wasps nest there until I turned to look at what everyone was laughing at and couldn't see past a wall of wasps on my visor

Hit the emergency release on the harness and ran, the main instigator who got me in there to begin with threw a rock at the nest and got stung twice :laugh:

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Not is not just weird, but really weird.

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... Note, not all bees die after stinging,
Wasps (UK) can sting repetitively

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[quote name='Dushmany' timestamp='1361630348' post='595538762']
... Note, not all bees die after stinging,
Wasps (UK) can sting repetitively
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Wasps are not bees. o_O

There many animals that bees can sting without dying and many bees that can sting repeatedly on humans or other animals.

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[quote name='Alera' timestamp='1361630997' post='595538774']
Wasps are not bees. o_O
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They're not? Ok, I actually didn't know that, I mean I know they're a different species and they generally don't produce honey, in the traditional sense of a worker bee.
Personally I just think of wasps as pests anyway. Thanks for the heads up tho :)

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