Exhibitionism Psychosexual Disorder
Exhibitionistic Disorder is a mental disorder that causes a person to expose his sexual organs—or genitals–to other people, usually people they’ve never met and are not expecting it, according to the American Psychiatric Association. The exhibitionist gets sexual enjoyment from the behavior.
US Patients: Exhibitionism – Psychosexual Disorder
World Patients :
Symptoms: “paraphilias”= inappropriate desires and acts: fetishism; sexual sadism or masochism; voyeurism; exhibitionism, etc.
Progression: 6 months where the thoughts and actions align with the disorders;
Causes: follows Freudian theories of sexual development or fixations along the way
Medications: androgen blockers or SSRI’s to restore hormone balances
Therapies: None listed.
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- Paraphiliaby Kristy A. Fisher on January 1, 2022
Paraphilias are persistent and recurrent sexual interests, urges, fantasies, or behaviors of marked intensity involving objects, activities, or even situations that are atypical in nature. Although not innately pathological, a paraphilic disorder can evolve if paraphilia invokes harm, distress, or functional impairment on the lives of the affected individual or others. A total of eight Paraphilias are listed in the DSM V and include pedophilia, exhibitionism, voyeurism, sexual sadism, sexual...
- Child Sexual Abuse And Neglectby Monica N. Melmer on January 1, 2022
Sexual abuse of children is the involvement of children or adolescents in sexual activities that he or she does not fully understand and can include exhibitionism, fondling, oral-genital contact, and rectal or vaginal penetration. By adulthood, 26% of girls and 5% of boys experience sexual abuse. It is the healthcare provider's responsibility to advise the parents unless they are suspected of abuse and enlist help from other medical specialists or child protective services. A variety of...
- New York State Child Abuse, Maltreatment, and Neglectby Munaza Batool Rizvi on January 1, 2022
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines child abuse and child maltreatment as "all forms of physical and/or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment or commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or potential harm to the child's health, survival, development or dignity in the context of a relationship of responsibility, trust or power."
- Forms of sexual assault against older women in the context of acquaintance relationships: An intersectional perspectiveby Tova Band-Winterstein on December 1, 2021
This study addresses forms of sexual assault against women in late life (SAWLL) from an intersectional perspective, focusing on acquaintance relationships. Qualitative research was conducted, using in-depth interviews with 18 welfare and healthcare professionals who treated sexual assault survivors. Five forms (themes) emerged, relevant to the identification of SAWLL: (1) Coercive sexual assault in the context of changes brought on by old age, (2) contempt and sexual humiliation based on ageist...