- Quebeckers' sexual tastes and interests: A new study debunks preconceived notions
- Are the sexual interests and behaviors of Quebeckers abnormal? According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), sexual interests fall into two categories: normal (normophilic) and anomalous (paraphilic).
- Study suggests weird sexual fantasies are actually very normal
- IFLscience reported that under the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Fifth Edition (DSM-5), sexual behaviors are divided into normophilic, which means “normal” or typical” behavior and paraphilic, which means “anomalous” or “deviant”.
- Strong sexual desires common among women too
- Overall, the researcher stressed that a distinction must be made between paraphilic sexual behaviour, paraphilias and paraphilic disorders.
- Sexual Abnormality Study
- A new study finds that paraphilia, or interest in abnormal sexual activities, isn't really that abnormal at all. Nearly half of those surveyed in the study reported some kind of interest in the abnormal.
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