'PARAPHILIAS' sex disorders : Do you have its symptoms ?
Sex Disorder : Do you have its symptoms ,check it !
We all, teenagers,couples,worker and other suffer from these sex disorder but we are not usually aware of it that may cause depression , Crimes and sometimes suicides also.These Sex disorder usually called 'Paraphilias' in psychological term.here we discuss and try to help you to understand what the paraphilas actually is.
UNDERSTAND SEX DISORDER
What is SEX disorder or Paraphillia
The paraphilias are a group of persistence sexual behaviour patterns in whichunusual objects, rituals or situations are required for full sexual satisfaction. The difference between the normal and paraphilic persons is that sexuality focuses on the acts or objects in question, without which orgasm is impossible.Paraphilias have a compulsive quality, of orgasmic release 4 to 10 times a day.They generally do not change their sexual preferences.The paraphilias are a group of persistence sexual behaviour patterns in which unusual objects, rituals or situations are required for full sexual satisfaction. The difference between the normal and paraphilic persons is that sexuality focuses on the acts or objects in question, without which orgasm is impossible. Paraphilias have a compulsive quality, of orgasmic release 4 to 10 times a day.They generally do not change their sexual preferences.
TYPES OF SEX DISORDER ( PARAPHILIA )
Sexual paraphilia, or sexual fetishism this is where Sexual arousal or pleasure is derived from being robbed, conned, cheated, blackmailed or otherwise forced to loose out fiscally by a partner or complete stranger.
The strong emotions of frustration, annoyance, rage, fear or submission are subconsciously drawn upon by the person with Chremastistophilia and focused into sexual arousal/gratification. This is seen as Edge play as it can be genuinely life threatening to seek out a stranger to rob oneself purely for sexual release. In recent years the genera of fetish websites focused at such people has grown dramatically. It has been stated that financial dominants, chat with their ‘financial submissives’ and talk about what the dominant will do with money ‘taken’ from the submissive, etc., generally stir the strong emotions that fuel this paraphilia.
• Sexual arousal gained from wearing clothes of the opposite gender
• Sexual pleasure associated with wearing clothes of the opposite gender
• Recurring intense sexual fantasies involving wearing clothes of the opposite gender Paraphilias
• Recurring intense sexual urges involving wearing clothes of the opposite gender
• Recurring intense sexual behaviours involving wearing clothes of the opposite gender
This is a practice of wearing the clothes of the opposite sex (cross-dressing), generally to derive some kind of sexual pleasure. It is often mistakenly associated with homosexuality; in fact, however, transvestites may be either heterosexual or homosexual, and the practice of cross-dressing is sometimes even ridiculed among homosexuals. The transvestite must also be distinguished from the transsexual, who desires to become a functioning member of the opposite sex; most transvestites are men who comfortably fill male roles in society and are satisfied with their biological sex. Transsexuals, both male and female, are uncomfortable with their sex .
Symptoms of transvestic fetishism mostly involve touching or wearing items of clothing that are considered typically feminine. This initial interest may progress to wearing undergarments or other items that can be hidden from the view of others while providing arousal to the wearer.Over time, the extent of dressing in women’s clothing expands, sometimes to the point of dressing as a woman on a regular basis. A developed transvestic fetish often involves feminine hair styling and the use of women’s cosmetics and accessories.
This comes from a French term voyeur, “one who looks”) can take several forms, but its principal characteristic is that the voyeur does not normally relate directly with the subject of their interest, who is often unaware of being observed.Voyeurism is a psychosexual disorder in which a person derives sexual pleasure and gratification from looking at the naked bodies and genital organs or observingthe sexual acts of others. The voyeur is usually hidden from view of others.Voyeurism is a form of paraphilia
• Recurrent, intense or sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviours
• Fantasies, urges, or behaviours that cause significant distress to an individual or are disruptive of his or her everyday functioning.
• Over a period of at least 6 months, recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviours involving the act of observing an unsuspecting person who is naked, in the process of disrobing, or engaging in sexual activity.
• The fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviours cause clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning.
Exhibitionism, colloquially referred to flashing, is behaviour by a person thatinvolves the exposure of private parts of his or her body to another person in a situation when they would not normally be exposed, such as in a public place,with a tendency toward an extravagant.Exhibitionism is described as the exposure of one’s genitals to a stranger, usually with no intention of further sexual activity with the other person. For this reason, the term exhibitionism is sometimes grouped together with expression, “voyeurism,” (“peeping,” or watching an unsuspecting person or people, usually strangers, undressing or engaging in sexual activity) as a “handsoff” paraphilia.
Now you have understood the reason behind the strange sexual behavior.