You are completely missing the points both The Gawd and I are trying to make, junebug. Given how you feel when you perceive someone to be missing a point you're trying to make, wouldn't it behoove you to be careful to make sure you don't do it to others?
First off, it is a major mistake for you - or anyone - who doesn't have experience with psychiatry or psychology, to attempt to 'diagnose' someone else's psychological state, especially when you've never interacted with the person outside of an internet forum. This is something you can ask your counselor when you next see her, too. Psychology is not an exact science, and even people trained and experienced in using it would be very careful about trying to do so with someone on an online forum.
Second, you have not yet shown that there is a correlation between the number of sexual partners The Gawd has had and how he feels when he has not had sex in a while. You haven't even shown that the number of sexual partners he has had is even relevant to how he feels when he goes without sex. That is pretty much the point I was making to you. Your opinion on the matter is basically conjecture based on things you've read, and at the moment, you have no way to know how accurate that conjecture is, or if it is accurate at all, due to your near-total lack of experience with the field of psychology/psychiatry.
You can talk about the "negative psychological consequences" you think he has until you go blue in the face, and it won't change the fact that you are not qualified to determine whether or not he has them because you are neither a psychologist nor a psychiatrist. Reading a paper written by someone else on the subject will not give you those qualifications, either, any more than me reading an article written by a car mechanic would make me qualified to work as one. And car repair is much simpler than psychology - it takes years of specialized education just to get to the starting line as far as being a psychologist or psychiatrist goes, whereas you can learn the basics of car repair and maintenance "on the job", so to speak.
To put it simply, I don't have to prove the person you quoted wrong, because he didn't make the diagnosis. You did. Attempting to triumphantly wave words from that article around simply shows that you don't know enough on the subject to be taken seriously. Not to mention a completely inappropriate use of an argument from authority. Proper use of an argument from authority involves letting the authority speak for themselves, and you aren't. You're trying to wrap your own words in the mantle of Dr. Fong's authority, and that doesn't work, because you're not qualified to do so.
Dr. Fong was talking about individuals who have been diagnosed with sexual addiction, and discussing withdrawal symptoms such people suffer. I would not argue with his conclusion, that people can be addicted to sex just like they can be addicted to other things, and so would suffer withdrawal symptoms from not having it. But that is a far cry from taking that general conclusion and trying use it to make a diagnosis that you're neither trained nor qualified to give.
To put it another way, you can't assume that because you believe someone seems to be suffering withdrawal symptoms, that they actually are. Especially seeing as you aren't qualified to give psychiatric diagnoses in the first place, and wouldn't be in the position to give The Gawd a psychiatric evaluation even if you were qualified to do so.