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Define Asphyxiophilia

Desire to choke yourself of oxygen to sexually arouse yourself or enhance excitement and orgasm

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What is the physical or psychological restraint to enforce servitude, from which both participants derive sexual pleasure?

Bondage and Discipline

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What is the disorder where the person experiences intense sexually arousing fantasies, urges, and associated sexual behaviour?

Compulsive Sexual Behaviour

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Define Coprophilia

You get a jolly out of playing with feces 0_0

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What is the use of power consensually given to control the sexual stimulation and behaviour of the other person?

Dominance and Submission

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What are exhibitionists?

Derives sexual gratification from exposing his genitals to others in inappropriate situations

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What is a female impersonator?

Man dressing as a woman as part of a job in entertainment

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What is a persons sexual fiction on some object other than another human being and attachment of great erotic significance to that object?

Fetishism

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What is a form fetish?

When your fetish is actually an object in a certain shape, such as high-heeled shoes

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What is frotteurism?

Rubbing ones genitals against the body of a non-consenting person

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What is it called when you have excessive, insatiable sex drive for a man or women?

Hypersexuality

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What is a media fetish?

When your fetish is the media of an object, such as leather

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What is deriving sexual satisfaction from contact with dead person?

Necrophilia

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What is a woman with excessive insatiable sex drive?

Nymphomania

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What is cybersex, or any online sexual activities called?

Online Sexual Activity (OSA)

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What is paraphilia?

Recurring unconventional sexual behaviour that is obsessive and compulsive

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What is Saliromania?

Desire to damage or soil a woman or her clothes

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What is satyriasis?

This is man version of excessive insatiable sex drive

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What is scoptophilia?

Person becomes sexually aroused by observing other's sexual acts and genitals

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Who is a sexual masochist?

Someone who derives pleasure from experiencing pain

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Who is sexual sadist?

Someone who gets pleasure from inflicting pain, suffering, or humiliation on another person

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What is transvestism?

Getting sexual pleasure from dressing as member of the other gender

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What is urophilia?

Getting sexual satisfaction from contact with urine

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What is voyeurism?

Sexual variation in which person becomes sexually aroused from secretly viewing nudes

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What is zoophilia?

Sexual contact with an animal. Which is also called bestiality or sodomy

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Instead of sexual addiction, what do many prefer?

Compulsive sexual behaviour

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Is transvestism a fetish?

yup

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Does a voyeur get pleasure from exposing his genital to others?

Nope, thats exhibitionist. Voyeurs get pleasure form secretly viewing nudes

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What is the key to dominance and submission?

Consensual exchange of power

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What type of definition of abnormality is it when we say it is rare, or not practices by many people

Statistical definition of abnormality

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What is a transvestite?

Straight man getting a jolly by wearing women's clothes

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How does APA define paraphilia?

Recrruent, incense sexually arousing fantasies, urges, or behaviour

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When is a behaviour compulsive?

When the person is obsesses with it, feels compelled to engage in it, and has expereinced personal ,relationship, medical, or legal difficulties as a result of it

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What are four theoretical approaches used in understanding paraphilia?

1. learning theory

2. Cognitive theory

3. Sexual addiction/compulsion model

4. sociological theory

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Whey are there many more males than females with paraphilias?

Lots of theories, such as dressing up as women because they are more sexualized day to day in clothing etc

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Most likely, what do fetish arise from?

Conditioning

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What are the three styles of sexual interaction that involve differences in control over sexual interactions?

1. Dominance and submission
(from exchange of power and scripted performances)

2. Bondage and discipline
(use of physical restraints or verbal commands)

3. Sadism and Masochism
(Sexual gratification from giving and receiving pain)

They are pariphilias if they become compulsive

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Does D-S and B-D (bondage, sub, and bondage, discipline) need to have genetical contact or orgasm?

Nope

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Why may the internet facilitate sexual compulsion because the three A's?

1. Anonymity

2. Accessibility

3. Affordability

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What are 4 types of programs to treat sexual variations?

1. hormonal and psychopharmacological interventions

2. cognitive-behavioural therapies

3. Social skills training

4. AA-Type 12 step programs

The first three have been found effective with some variations

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What is social constructionism?

So we've learnt how to do "sex" through this. It is how things such as gender, sex, values, expectations, power, love etc are learnt from socialization

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What are 5 reasons to explore the social construction of sexuality?

1. Understand our sex, gender and sexuality as sitautid win society and cultural context

2. Enahance conceptualization of sexual health beyond disease based perspective

3. emmbrace a holistic perspective of sexuality

4. Enhance sexual well being

5. Inform policies

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What are two ways sexuality is socially constructed?

1. Social institutions create rules that govern who, what, when, where, and how of sexuality in given society

2. Mechanisms of institutionalization include a social consensus on realness and rightness of construction and socializaton process by which people acquire this defintion of reality

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Define paraphilia as DSM V

recurrent intense, sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges or behaviours, involving non human objects, the suffering of humiliation of oneself or ones partner children, or other non-consenting person

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What are the 8 paraphilias under DSM V?

1. Fetishism

2. Transvestic fetishism

3. Sexual sadism

4. Sexual masochism

5. voyeurism

6. frotteurism

7. exhibitionism

8. pedophilia

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What are 4 strengths of fetish object?

1. Mild

2. Strong

3. Necessity

4. Substitute for human partner

Necessity and substitute are abnormal and paraphilia

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What is Carne's 4 step cycle?

1. Preoccuptation

2. Rituals

3. Compulsive sexual behaviour

4. despair

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Teacher thiks what about sexual addictions and compulsions?

There definitely is compulsion, but he doubts addiction

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What does paraphilia mean literally?

Philia is friend

Paraphilia, above a normal level

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So really what is definition of fetish?

It is the sexual association of something that is normally sexual.

So little features or big features, animals, shoes, objects etc

If its not acceptable its a paraphilia

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Are drag performers transvetism?

No, it's performance oriented

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What does BDSM stand for?

Bondage
Dominance and submission
Sadist
Masochist

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What are the characteristics of voyeurs?

Likely to be youngest child in family, have good relationship with parents but few friends.

Few married, seldom have female friendss

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