Disorders of sexual aversion

These disorders are considered extreme forms of desire disorders differentiated by the emotion of intense aversion to or disgust with sexual activity, rather than the more typical lack of interest in sexual behaviour. The ICD-10 and DSM-IV criteria can be found in Table 2. There is generally a phobic element seen that leads clinicians to consider a traumatogenic aetiology more often than the other factors proposed for generalized hypoactive sexual desire. These may include early sexual abuse, painful experiences with coitus, or the perception of being assaulted by the partner.

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Break Free From Passive Aggression

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