I'm trying to find the title of a science-fiction short story where a number of humans live on a space station. Pretty sure the main character is male
There's some sort of catastrophe or sabotage, and it's a mystery at first (I think?) as to why it's happening, but pretty much everyone goes crazy, venting oxygen into space, fouling the little pool they have in the glade, etc.
Eventually, one of the few sane characters figures out that they can calm the affected people by communicating to them over the station's PA system, as the psychotic will think the voice is God's, or their own thoughts, etc.
I'm pretty sure the person who actually did the thing gave themselves paranoid schizophrenia so they'd be more difficult to find afterward (which was important to them for reasons I no longer remember).
I know the male main character had a relationship (not a super romantic one—more of a physical thing/stress relief for both of them) with a female space station inhabitant, and she always told him to tell her when he was about to "finish" as they were having intercourse, and then she'd finish at the same time. As I recall, he eventually learns that this was because she had some kind of implant in her brain (I think because of an injury in her past?) that allowed her to control that.
This is relevant, because it becomes a question as to whether having an orgasm on command as opposed to the "natural" way is better or worse, etc. Specifically, because once things settle down on the station, there's a reason (which I've forgotten) that the male and female character are considering partaking of a version of the crazy-making chemicals from earlier, only this one will make them fall deeply in love with each other.
Can you help?