Hunter Biden Claims Obsession With His Penis Is Due To ‘Body Dysmorphia’

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Apparently all those naked Hunter Biden selfies that have been floating around are due to “body dysmorphia”

The president’s son claims that an obsession with his junk is down to the mental health disorder according to notes found on his hard drive.

Part of the note, which was found in the hard drive of a laptop Biden left at a computer store in 2019, said: “I loved to be reassured that my 9-inch very big penis was actually big. It may sound funny to you but its [sic] body dysmorphia … I know my penis is almost twice the size of an average man’s penis”.

Is that whay he felt a frequent need to record and photograph himself naked? or is it just an attempt by Biden to distance himself from his sick behavior?

The New York Post reports: In addition to his web of shady overseas business dealings, one of the most recurring and consistent themes in the abandoned laptop are homemade pornography, selfies in varying states of undress, drug use, and images he took of his manhood in various states of arousal.

Just one day after writing the note, Hunter Biden posted a series of images of himself having sex with an unnamed woman.

Body dysmorphic disorder is a condition that causes the sufferer to obsess over perceived defects in their appearance, according to the Mayo Clinic.

“It sounds like it’s an overcompensation. In the past [Hunter] may have felt there was something lacking and it seems like he bases a lot of his internalized value with his penis,” Alyson Cohen, a New York City-based psychotherapist who has treated clients with the disorder told The Post.

The hard-drive note is mostly an extended denunciation of Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, with whom Hunter began a tempestuous relationship after his brother’s death from brain cancer in 2015.

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