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  Sexual Dysfunction - An umbrella term used to describe a number of sexual problems which inhibits normal sexual relations.

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Sexual Dysfunctions
Paraphilias - General
Fetish Net UK - In order for a behavior to be defined as a fetish by the psychiatric community, it must cause " clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning." In real-life use, the term fetish has come to emcompass all sorts of less common desires. This site is for those who don't consider their behavior to be a problem
Fetishism What is it ? - A textbook-like explanation of this disorder
Paraphilia - A paraphilia is a condition in which a person's sexual arousal and gratification depend on fantasizing about and engaging in sexual behavior that is atypical and extreme.
Paraphilia - autoerotic asphyxiophilia, urophilia, klismaphilia, pedophilia, zoophilia etc. etc.
Paraphilias - Paraphilia Warning: Some of the following links contain adult material. These resources are solely intended for academic purposes. If you feel you may be offended, please refrain from viewing links marked with Warning.
Paraphilia - Very complete, yet easy to understand explanation of paraphilia (the more general term for fetishism).
Sexual Disorders: Transsexualism & Paraphilias - Table of Contents Author: Chris Lott Sexual Disorders: Transsexualism & Paraphilias Click here to start Sexual Disorders:
Exhibitionism & Exhibitionism Recovery - Exhibitionism & Exhibitionism Recovery.
Go Ask Alice!: Exhibitionism/Exposing Self  
Mental Health Net - Exhibitionism Symptoms  

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