Social anxiety disorder. And it made me dislike her. What happened was, I was explaining how in the public it's easier to socialize than in college. Here in college the people are hand-picked specimens: intelligent, often wealthy, and my age. In the public, as a young well-educated man yada yada, finding someone of this sort is in itself a surprise when you're walking down the street, so there's an automatic connection; and anyone else already has lower status than you do socially (in their own eyes) so they (with prejudice) already respect you more. It's easier pickings. I expect people to take this paragraph a little bit defensively but this is just the way things are in reality. After explaining why the public was easier I added that if I go to a nightclub however, the anxiety is bad again. I said, "Nightclubs are where educated people go to be obscene." At this she started cracking up with that kind of satisfied laughter someone makes when they hear a joke that they really agree with, that rubs them the right way. I don't actually have this kind of prudish stance on nightclubs, I was just hyperbolizing b/c people like it when you make strong statements, but she starts chuckling wisely and says, "That's so true," and smiled in that way that signifies somebody likes you more because you said something they believe. That plus the way she presents herself ... what we are dealing with here is one asexual drab of a therapist.