Fetishistic Disorder

(Fetishism)

Fetishism refers to the use of an inanimate object (Fetish) as preferred stimulus for sexual arousal. In everyday language the term is often used to describe certain sexual interests, such as sexual role playing, preference for certain physical characteristics or sexual activities or objects. Einefetischistische disorder refers to recurrent, intense sexual arousal by the use of an inanimate object or by a very specific focus on a non-genital body part (or parts) that causes significant distress or impairment.

Fetishism is a form of paraphilia, but most people with fetishism do not meet the clinical criteria for a paraphilic disorder that requires that behavior, fantasies, or intense pressure from the person to clinically significant distress or functional impairment lead. This condition must last for ? 6 months.

Fetishism refers to the use of an inanimate object (Fetish) as preferred stimulus for sexual arousal. In everyday language the term is often used to describe certain sexual interests, such as sexual role playing, preference for certain physical characteristics or sexual activities or objects. Einefetischistische disorder refers to recurrent, intense sexual arousal by the use of an inanimate object or by a very specific focus on a non-genital body part (or parts) that causes significant distress or impairment. Fetishism is a form of paraphilia, but most people with fetishism do not meet the clinical criteria for a paraphilic disorder that requires that behavior, fantasies, or intense pressure from the person to clinically significant distress or functional impairment lead. This condition must last for ? 6 months. There are many fetishes; common fetishes are aprons, shoes, latex or leather objects and women’s underwear. The fetish can replace the typical sexual activity with a partner or be integrated into sexual acts with a consenting partner. Light fetishistic behaviors as a complement of consensual sexual behavior are not considered as interference, since there is neither suffering disabilities or other significant malfunction. Intensive, obligate and highly compulsive fetishistic arousal patterns and behaviors can lead to problems or in a partnership encompassing and destructive in someone’s life. Among the fetishes clothes of the opposite sex (z. B. women’s underwear) may include, but if sexual arousal v. a. by wearing the clothes (d. e. “Cross Dressing”) occurs, as in that it is used in a different way, which is regarded as paraphilia Transvestismus). Treatment of fetishism may include psychotherapy, medication or both. SSRIs have been used with limited success in some patients who need treatment.

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