Erotic target location error misdirected male

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Erotic target location error Misdirected male heterosexuality – attraction to woman internal to themselves ° ° - Sexual Sadism and Masochism, and their associated disorders Roles are complimentary Informed, willing, consenting partner ° - BDSM “Kink” Involves bondage and discipline, domination and submission Consensual sexual behaviours o Bondage and discipline (BD) Use of restraints (handcuffs, ribbons)
May include painful whipping, biting, hot wax, may include deprivation and humiliating behaviour (behaving like a dog, use of feces or urine) o Dominance and submission (DS) “Play” scripts “Slave” (bottom) and “master” (top) “Switch” (change roles) Cautious in setting up script (boundaries, consent, negotiation) o Sadomasochism (SM) Rituals and scripts surrounding infliction of pain (sadism) and receiving of pain (masochism) in sexual context Sexual practices in BDSM rarely result in psychological impairment – tends to be stigma Bondage, light spanking common Kinsey: ½ males and females experienced erotic response of being bitten ° ° - Sexual Sadism Disorder Derives sexual pleasure from inflicting physical pain/psychological suffering on another Sadism – French Revolution term o Writings and behaviours led him to mental asylum Recurrent and intense arousal from suffering (fantasies, urges, behaviours with a non-consenting person ) o Fantasies, urges must cause significant distress/impairment ° - Sexual Masochism Von Krafft-Ebing o Novels of masochistic fantasies o Arousal from act of being humiliated, beaten, bound, suffer o Significant distress/impairment ° - Theories Certain childhood/adolescent experiences (punished for masturbation, spanked, humiliation with sexual arousal)
o Majority of sadomasochists did not recall erotic enjoyment from punishment as children Escape from self-awareness, remove pressures and responsibilities of everyday life ° ° - Hypersexuality Sex addiction (nymphomania in females, satyriasis in males) Associated with risk-taking behaviours (smoking, drinking, drugs) Preference for casual sex, extrapartnered sex, group sex, high frequency of masturbation and porn, high # of sexual partners High comorbidity (co-occurance) with substance-use disorders, depression, anxiety, personality disorders Impulse control (Dysregulation), intense and frequent maladaptive behaviours Principles of addiction (overlap) No official DSM diagnosis for sex addiction Diagnosis for excessive masturbation “Excessive frequency” differs among each person Significant impairment in relationships, work, education because spend so much time thinking about/pursuing sexual activities Different from Persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) (Spontaneous, persistent, uncontrollable genital arousal not associated with sexual desire) and priapism (Persistent, often painful erection) ° ° Paraphilic Disorders that involve Non-consenting people: Courtship Disorders ° - Voyeuristic Disorder Recurrent, intense sexual arousal from observing unsuspecting

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