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Imaginary sexual disorders

Inadequate beliefs and attitudes regarding sexuality lead not only to the development of sexual disharmony in the couple, but in some cases contribute to the emergence of imaginary sexual disorders, that is, conviction in the presence of sexual dysfunction in the absence of such. Men often, making excessively high demands on their own sexual sphere, […]

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Pathological Disharms

These are dysgamies, which are secondary in nature and are due to existing sexual disorders. For example, erectile dysfunction, premature or difficult ejaculation in men, frigidity, dyspareunia, vaginism in women often lead to the development of sexual disharmony in a couple. With good interpersonal relationships and a wide range of acceptability of the spouses, sexual […]

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Behavioral (technical) disharmony

Their essence lies in the absence of optimal forms of sexual intercourse for a couple, which would enable partners to receive mutual satisfaction from sexual contacts. In other words – the sexual behavior of spouses does not justify mutual expectations. There are at the very beginning of intimate life, when changing the sexual partner, but […]

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Socio-psychological disharmony

Socio-psychological factors largely determine the stability of marriage in general and the nature of intimate relationships. The development of sexual disharmony predisposes the discrepancy between the character traits of the spouses, their emotional immaturity, infantilism and dependence on the opinions of others, disappointment in the partner’s personal qualities and increasing negative emotions towards him (for […]

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Sexual disharmonies

Sexual disharmony (dysgamy) can be characterized as a violation of sexual interaction in a couple, which causes dissatisfaction of partners with existing intimate relationships. It arises as a result of insufficient psychological compatibility or physical attractiveness of the partners, as well as the lack of a mutually acceptable sexual-behavioral stereotype ensuring adequate satisfaction of their […]

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Sexology and Sexopathology

Sexology is an interdisciplinary science, uniting a number of branches of knowledge the main feature – the study of human sexuality in all its aspects: biological; psychological, social, moral and ethical, legal, pedagogical, ethnographic, anthropological, hygienic, religious and medical. Therefore, medical sexology (sexopathology) is an integral part of sexology as a science and at the […]

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Male sexuality

Male sexuality is also characterized by extensiveness and less emotional involvement in psychological intimacy. The desire to realize the impersonal, non-specific sexual partner sexual needs, pushes many men to casual relationships, which increase the likelihood of all sorts of “misfires”, and hence the accusations of male weakness. After all, if the partners do not bind […]

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Features of male and female sexuality

In the public mind, masculinity and sexuality are almost synonymous. “A real man” in the usual sense is first of all a good male, his identity is inseparable from his sexuality, and the strength of a man is usually associated with his potency. But what about the situation? An analytical review of 5400 scientific articles […]

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Sexuality in modern society

Currently, there are several major trends in human sexuality. There is a breakdown of traditional gender stereotypes, manifested by a significant weakening of the polarization of male and female social roles. The gender division of labor has lost its former rigidity and standards, and a significant part of the social roles have ceased to differentiate […]

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Sexual norm

Determining the criteria for the sexual norm is a rather difficult task due to the close intertwining of biological, social and personal factors affecting the sex life of a person, as well as the diversity of individual deviations associated with it. The dependence of the concept of the norm on a complex of cultural factors, […]

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