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What are the 6 criteria that Informs our judgment and assessment of sexual behaviour

Socio-cultural norms
Religious moral values
Medical authorities
The law
Statistical
Individuals personal values

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According to sociocultural norms a sexual behaviour is either

Acceptable or unacceptable

Disgusting. Bizarre...

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According to religious moral values, sexual behaviour is either

Right or wrong
Good or evil
Moral or immoral

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What is the common denominator in religious moral values regarding sexual behaviour

All behaviour that does not include a man and a woman in sanctity of marriage and that is not for procreation = sinful

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Where are socio cultural norms reflected

In media

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Where are religious moral values reflected

Sacred scriptures

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Where are medical authorities getting their info

Dsm

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According to medical authorities, a sexual behaviour is either

Health or unhealthy

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What is the common denominator in DSM

Must cause distress

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According to the law, sexual behaviour is either

Legal or illegal

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Where is the law reflected

In criminal code of Canada and charter of rights and freedoms

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What is the common denominator in the law regarding sexual behaviour

Consent

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According to statistics, a sexual behaviour is either

Majority or minority

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According to an individuals values, a sexual behaviour is either

Egosyntonic (in synchronic with your values) or egodystonic (in conflict with your values)

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When talking about personal values, the person will think:

Is this behaviour bringing me pleasure or displeasure, satisfaction or dissatisfaction, context of love or non love

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What is the definition of paraphilia (medical terms)

Medical term that refers to statistically uncommon patterns of sexual arousal or behaviour

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What is the non medical definition ofnparaphylia

Unconventional sexual behaviour, atypical or unusual sexual behaviour, non normative sexual behaviour, kink

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What is a paraphylic edisorder

It is a parapholic behaviour that is currently causing distress or impairment to the individual whose satisfaction has entailed personal harm or risk of harm to orhers

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What is voyeuristic disorder

Deriving sexual arousal watching others or strangers naked or having sex. Fear of being caught which increases sexual arousal

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What is exhibitionistic disorder

Derived sexual arohsal by being watched or exposing their genitals to a stranger in order to provoke a reaction (mostly surprise). Often young women victims. Usually have very low self esteem and need confirmation that they are desirable

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What is frotteuristic disorder

Touching you non consensuallly

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What is sexual masochism disorder

Danger to themselves, can include asphyxiophilia

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What is sexual sadism disorder

Being a harm to others and being non consensual

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What is pedophilic disorder

Your arousal is centered with sexual contact with a child