Hypoactive Sexual Desire

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Sexual Ageplay
... Ageplay can be sexual or non-sexual ... It may be mildly sexual, or very sexual ... Sexual variations may include among other things such as incest play, in which individuals recreate and sexualize roles within a family, and Daddy's girl fetishism in which real ...
Yellow-faced Pocket Gopher - Form and Function
... There is sexual dimorphism in the yellow-faced pocket gophers the males are larger than the females ... of all genera of pocket gophers continue to grow after attaining sexual maturity, but females grow little after reaching sexual maturity ...
DSM-IV Codes - Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders - Sexual Dysfunctions
... 625.8 Female hypoactive sexual desire disorder due to.. 608.89 Male hypoactive sexual desire disorder due to.. 302.71 Hypoactive sexual desire disorder 302.79 Sexual aversion disorder 302.72 Female sexual arousal disorder 302.72 Male erectile disorder 607.84 Male erectile disorder due to. ...
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder - History
... In the early versions of the DSM, there were only two sexual dysfunctions listed frigidity (for women) and impotence (for men) ... Masters and Johnson published their book Human Sexual Inadequacy describing sexual dysfunctions, though these included only dysfunctions dealing with the ... Reports from sex-therapists about people with low sexual desire are reported from at least 1972, but labeling this as a specific disorder did not occur until 1977 ...
Ephebophilia
... is the primary or exclusive adult sexual interest in mid-to-late adolescents, generally ages 15 to 19 ... It is one of a number of sexual preferences across age groups subsumed under the technical term "chronophilia" ... denotes the preference for mid-to-late adolescent sexual partners, not the mere presence of some level of sexual attraction ...

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