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Compulsive sexual behavior, otherwise known as sexual addiction, is an emerging psychiatric disorder that has significant medical and psychiatric consequences. Until recently, very little empirical data existed to explain the biological, psychological, and social risk factors that contribute to this condition. In addition, clinical issues, such as the natural course and best practices on treating sexual addictions, have not been formalized. Despite this absence, the number of patients and communities requesting assistance with this problem remains significant.
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Understanding and Managing Compulsive Sexual Behaviors
Fetishistic Disorder Symptoms
Although kink is becoming increasingly mainstream, most of it is still rooted in subcultures. A fetish technically refers to an attraction to an inanimate object, although this includes body parts, such as feet like a foot fetish. Kink means sexual activities that fall outside of sex that society traditionally considers acceptable. That can include everything from role-playing to Shibari to impact play. Have I lost you yet? To better orient yourself in the world of kink, check out this glossary Glamour created of 26 fairly common kink words—one for each letter of the alphabet, of course. Who knows?
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An individual with a fetish for a body part e. It is not uncommon for sexualized fetishes to include both inanimate objects and body parts e. Fetishistic disorder can be a multisensory experience, including holding, tasting, rubbing, inserting, or smelling the fetish object while masturbating, or preferring that a sexual partner wear or utilize a fetish object during sexual encounters. The person with fetishism frequently masturbates while holding, rubbing, or smelling the fetish object or may ask the sexual partner to wear the object during their sexual encounters.
Prior to the release of the DSM-5 in , this disorder was known as Fetishism. In the DSM-5, it is now known as Fetishistic Disorder and is classified as a Paraphilic Disorder, which requires the presence of a paraphilia that is causing significant distress or impairment, or involve personal harm or risk of harm to others. A paraphilia involves intense and persistent sexual interest recurrent fantasies, urges or behaviors of a sexual nature that center around children, non-humans animals, objects, materials , or harming others or one's self during sexual activity. In order to be diagnosed with a Paraphilic Disorder, the paraphilia needs to be causing significant distress or impairment, or involve personal harm or risk of harm to others.