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What is genetic identity?

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Gender identity?

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What is gender role?

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What is sexual orientation?

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What are sexual dysfunctions?

disturbance of sexual arousal or a disturbance of psychophysiological performance

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What are paraphilias?

culturally inappropriate or dangerous patterns of sexual arousal (e.g., exhibitionism)

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What are gender identity disorders?

(e.g., transsexualism)—dissatisfaction with one’s biological gender and a desire to become a member of the opposite gender

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What are some types of sexual dysfunctions?

  • Hypoactive sexual desire disorder
  • Female sexual interest/arousal disorder
  • Male erectile disorder
  • Female orgasmic disorder
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder
  • Substance/medication induced sexual dysfunction

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What are some paraphilic disorders?

  • Exhibitionistic disorder
  • Fetishistic disorder
  • Frotteuristic disorder
  • Pedophilic disorder (illegal; a crime)
  • Sexual masochism disorder
  • Sexual sadism disorder (from humiliating others)
  • Voyeuristic disorder (likes seeing others perform sex)
  • Transvestic disorder (gets aroused wearing clothes of the opposite dress)

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What is dender dysphoria and what are some features?

May occur in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood

Features: A marked incongruence between one’s experienced/expressed gender and assigned gender, with a strong desire to be of the other gender, to be treated as the other gender, and a strong conviction that one has the typical feelings and reactions of the other gender

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What is adaptive sexual behaviors?

Between two consenting adults, mutually satisfying to both, not psychologically or physically harmful to either, lacking in force or coercion, and conducted in private.

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What is the role of the nurse in promoting sexual health?

  • Acceptance of sexual behavior different from one’s own
  • Confidence in ability to discuss sexual issues with patients
  • Competence in interviewing skills for screening & sexual assessments
  • Discuss sexual questions, problems
  • Perform health teaching about sexual issues
  • Referring patients for sexual counseling when appropriate

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What are some treatment of sexual disorders?

Paraphilic Disorders

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Anti-androgen treatment

Sexual Dysfunction

  • Can treat erectile disorders with sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), vardenafil (Levitra)
  • Can treat rapid ejaculation with SSRIs

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What are some different sexual behaviors?

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What are some difficulties with sexual orientation?

  • Most heterosexuals, homosexuals, bisexuals accept their sexual orientations
  • Some have difficulty, seek help
  • May feel constrained to act because of personal, sociocultural, legal, economic, or religious reasons
  • Can create internal conflict, distress: person may seek counseling though homosexuality not a disorder or mental illness

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What are some treatment options for gender dysphoria?

  • Treatment of transsexual people is controversial because it may involve gender reassignment surgery, long-term hormone administration
  • Gender Dysphoria Association developed strict standards because of its serious consequences

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