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Chapter 17 Lecture 5 - lecture 31- class and lecture notes

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Lecture 31
oSexual disorders
oPremature ejaculation and disorders having sex- not the focus
oSome sexual disorders involve dysfunctions with sexual desire and
physiological response leading to orgasm
oParaphila- being turned on by unusual things
Disorder b/w the person is aroused by stimuli that are not in the
norm
Problem arises and causes discomfort for the person
Sexual crimes
Sometimes victims children
oOur focus is on paraphilas, which involves sexual arousal to unusual
things and situations such as inanimate objects, children, exhibiting
genitals to strangers, inflicting pain to others. We will look at:
Exhibitionism (indecent exposure)
Rape (though not defined as paraphilia in DSM-IV)
oWe will also look at gender identitydisorder” (or is it a mental disorder?)
oClassification – very controversial
oExhibitionism (indecent exposure)
oRecurrent, intense sexual arousing fantasies, urges and behaviors
involving exposure of genitals to a stranger
oCan happen as a surprise
Almost exclusively a male disorder
About half the time the male has an erection while exposing
Some masturbate while exposing, while others do it after
Exhibitionists are often marries and have satisfactory sexual
relations with adult women
Temporary satisfaction- then not so happy anymore
May use drugs and alcohols and this became a replacement
oVideo on exhibitionism
oLoss of self esteem depression urge to exposeremorse of exposing
repeats cycle
oRape and sexual assault
oLegal definition of rape: acts involving nonconsensual sexual penetration
obtained by physical force or threat of bodily harm, or when the victim is
incapable of giving consent by virtue of mental illness, retardation or
intoxication
oInvolves penetration + involuntary
oShould it be a mental disorder?
Should be treated as a crime right now but there is a link to mental
disorders
Many sources that leads people to rape
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Lecture 31 o Sexual disorders o Premature ejaculation and disorders having sex- not the focus o Some sexual disorders involve dysfunctions with sexual desire and physiological response leading to orgasm o Paraphila- being turned on by unusual things Disorder bw the person is aroused by stimuli that are not in the norm Problem arises and causes discomfort for the person Sexual crimes Sometimes victims children o Our focus is on paraphilas, which involves sexual arousal to unusual things and situations such as inanimate objects, children, exhibiting genitals to strangers, inflicting pain to others. We will look at: Exhibitionism (indecent exposure) Rape (though not defined as paraphilia in DSM-IV) o We will also look at gender identity disorder (or is it a mental disorder?) o Classification very controversial o Exhibitionism (indecent exposure) o Recurrent, intense sexual arousing fantasies, urges and behaviors involving exposure of genitals to a stranger o Can happen as a su
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