In society you would never expect things such as a sexual disorder or abnormal sexual behavior to happen to an ordinary person. Abnormal sexual behavior consist of different disorders, but in order for it to be considered a disorder it must have one of the three requirements, which are bringing harm to others, persistent or recurrent distress, or impairment in important areas of functioning. When looking more in debt at sexual disorders there are many different reasons why disorders occur, from being raped to it just being genetically, you never know why a person is the way they are. To name a few, some of these disorders that occur are pedophilia, exhibitionist, fetishism, partialism, and etc.
To begin, abnormality in individual sexual responsiveness is called sexual dysfunctions. Sexual dysfunctions are defined by the individual and there is no correct pattern of sexual activity; what one individual may consider dysfunctional, another may consider it normal and healthy. In addition, there are many characterizations to this dysfunction such as sexual aversion disorder, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, sexual arousal disorder, and orgasmic disorder.
Next, sexual aversion disorder is characterized by a dislike with genital contact with a sexual partner. This may cause personal stress or interpersonal problems, because the person may actually enjoy sexual activities, but when it comes to intercourse with another person they are repulsed by these actions. This includes contact such as hugging or kissing, but this is not for all persons. Some people just have a problem with actual penetration or genital odors more specific interpersonal sexual behaviors. The person may feel lonely and resistant of intimate relationships, but if already in an intimate relationship they are disturbed by having sexual intercourse and this can lead from mild anxiety to panic attacks.
There are four main causes of this disorder which are having severe negative parental sex attitudes, history of sexual trauma (ex. rape or incest), consistent pressure from partner in long-term relationship, and identity gender confusion in men. Typically, people with this disorder may have sexual activity once or twice a year and that’s only if in a strained long-term, monogamous relationship. This disorder may be for a lifetime or over a period of time, it also can be generalized or situational, and depending on if it is psychological factors or both psychological and physical factors it all have an effect.
Moreover, Hypoactive sexual desire disorder is an abnormal low level of sexual activity interest that a person has. An individual will not seek for sexual relations nor will they fantasize about having them and do not care for a more active sex life. There are many reasons for this disorder to be a part of a person’s life: depression, prior sexual trauma, poor body image/self-esteem, interpersonal hostility, or relationship power struggles. In some situations the...