Saturday, 11 February 2012



Paraphilia in psychology and sexology, is a term that describes people of persistent, intense fantasies, aberrant urges, or behaviors involving sexual arousal to nonhuman objects, pain or humiliation experienced by oneself or one's partner, children, or non-consenting individuals or unsuitable partners. Paraphilias may interfere with the capacity for reciprocal affectionate sexual activity. 


List of paraphilias

Used in a sexual context, terms with the philia suffix refer to conditions in which the person's primary sexual interest involves the stimulus or situation mentioned (the suffix is also used for non-sexual interest in or admiration of a subject). Terms with the -lagnia suffix refer to an action involving the stimulus or situation. For example, someone who is consistently sexually excited by faeces would have coprophilia; any sexual act involving faeces, even by someone for whom that is not a primary interest, would be coprolagnia.

The following terms mostly represent combinations of Greek or Latin words or roots, but few qualify as clinical paraphilias. Some of the following sexual interests are fairly common, while others are very rare.

Abasiophilia: love of (or sexual attraction to) people who are lame or crippled and/or who use leg braces or other orthopaedic appliances.

Acousticophilia: sexual arousal from certain sounds.

Algolagnia: sexual pleasure from pain.

Amaurophilia: sexual arousal by a partner whom one is unable to see due to artificial means, such as being blindfolded or having sex in total darkness.

Acrotomophilia and apotemnophilia: sexual attraction to amputation or amputees. Andromimetophilia (also gynemimetophilia): sexual attraction towards women dressed as men or who have had a sex-change operation.

Aquaphilia: arousal from water and/or in watery environments, including bathtubs and swimming pools.

Aretifism: sexual attraction to people who are without footwear, in contrast to retifism. Autogynephilia: love of oneself as a woman. (see Blanchard, Bailey, and Lawrence theory for discussion on controversy)

Autoassassinophilia: sexual arousal from fantasizing about or staging one's murder. 

Biastophilia: sexual arousal from assault and rape.

Chronophilia: sexual attraction to a partner of the same chronological age, but whose sexuoerotic age is discordant with that chronological age.

Coprophilia: sexual attraction to (or pleasure from) faeces.

Covert incestiphilia: arousal from non-contact sexual behaviour with a child.

Dacryphilia: sexual pleasure in eliciting tears from others or oneself.

Dendrophilia: sexual attraction to trees and other large plants.

Emetophilia (also vomerophilia): sexual attraction to vomiting.

Ephebophilia (also hebephilia): sexual attraction towards adolescents.

Erotic asphyxia: sexual attraction from asphyxia (also called "breath control play" or "strangulation"), including autoerotic asphyxiation.

Erotic lactation (also galactophilia or lactophilia): sexual attraction to human milk or lactating women.

Exhibitionism (also autagonistophilia or peodeiktophilia): sexual arousal by engaging in sexual behaviour in-view-of third parties (also includes the recurrent urge or behaviour to expose one's genitals to an unsuspecting person).

Fecophilia: sexual arousal from defacation or watching a partner defecate, particularly on oneself.

Fetishes and partialisms Anesthesia fetishism - Blood fetish(ism) (also haematophilia) - Breast fetishism - Breast expansion fetish - Crush fetish – Diaper fetishism - Doll fetish - Fat fetishism (also lipophilia) - Foot fetishism (podophilia) – Garment fetishism (Clothing, garments, materials and uniforms) - Hand fetishism – Hypnofetishism - Impregnation fetish - Medical fetishism - Navel fetishism - Nose fetishism (also nasophilia) - Panty fetishism – Pregnancy fetishism - Robot fetishism – Shoe fetishism – Silk/Satin fetishism – Smoking fetishism (Capnolagnia) – Sneezing fetishism – Spandex fetishism – Tickling fetishism (also acarophilia) - Total enclosure fetishism - Transformation fetish.

Agalmatophilia: sexual attraction to statues or mannequins or immobility.

Food play: sexual arousal from food.

Formicophilia: sexual attraction to smaller animals, insects, etc. crawling on parts of the body. Forniphilia: sexual objectification in which a person's body is incorporated into a piece of furniture.

Frotteurism: sexual arousal from the recurrent urge or behaviour of touching or rubbing against a non-consenting person.

Gerontophilia: sexual attraction towards the elderly.

Hebophilia: sexual attraction to adolescents (those who are no longer children, but have not completed puberty)

Homeovestism: sexual arousal by wearing the clothing of one's own gender Human animal roleplay: sexual arousal by having oneself or a partner taking on the role of reality or imaginary animal.

Hybristophilia: sexual arousal to people who have committed crimes, in particular cruel or outrageous crimes.

Incestophilia: sexual attraction to a member of one's own family Japanese terms Nyotaimori: sexual arousal by eating sashimi or sushi from the body of a (usually naked) woman Omorashi: sexual arousal to one's or a partner's feeling of having a full bladder Tamakeri: sexual arousal from having a male kicked in the groin by a woman Wakamezake: sexual arousal by drinking alcohol from a woman's body.

Katoptronophilia: sexual arousal from having sex in front of mirrors.

Kleptophilia: sexual arousal from stealing things.

Klismaphilia: sexual pleasure from enemas.

Lust murder (also homicidophilia or erotophonophilia): sexual arousal from committing (or trying to commit) murder.

Macrophilia: sexual attraction to giants or giant body parts (such as breasts and genitalia)—the opposite of microphilia.

Masochism: the recurrent urge or behaviour of wanting to be humiliated, beaten, bound, or otherwise made to suffer.

Microphilia: sexual attraction to miniature people or miniature body parts—the opposite of macrophilia.

Mysophilia: sexual attraction to soiled, dirty, foul or decaying material.

Narratophilia: sexual arousal in the use of dirty or obscene words to a partner.

Necrophilia: sexual attraction to corpses.

Nepiophilia (also infantophilia): sexual attraction to children three years old or younger. Oenophilia Sexual arousal from wine.

Olfactophilia: sexual stimulus with smells or odours. (see also Jock sniffing).

Paraphilic infantilism: sexual pleasure from dressing, acting, or being treated like a baby. 

Parthenophilia: sexual attraction to virgins.

Pedophilia: sexual attraction to prepubescent children (British spelling: paedophilia)

Pictophilia: sexual attraction to pictorial pornography or erotic art.

Plushophilia: sexual attraction to stuffed animals and/or people dressed in animal costumes. Pyrophilia: sexual arousal through watching, setting, hearing, talking or fantasising about the fire. 

Sadism: deriving pleasure, or in some cases sexual arousal from giving pain.

Salirophila: sexual arousal by soiling (only the appearance of) the object of one's desired partner. Schediaphilia: sexual attraction to cartoon characters.

Sitophilia: sexual arousal by involving food in sex.

Somnophilia: sexual arousal from sleeping or unconscious people.

Sthenolagnia: sexual arousal from the demonstration of strength or muscles.

Technophilia: sexual arousal from techno or technology.

Telephone scatologia: being sexually aroused by making obscene phone calls to strangers. Teratophilia: sexual attraction to deformed or monstrous people.

Transvestic fetishism: sexual arousal from the wearing of clothes typically associated with the opposite gender to the wearer.

Trichophilia: sexual arousal from hair.

Troilism: sharing a sexual partner with another person while looking on & having sex in the presence of others.

Urolagnia: sexual attraction to urine, including urinating in public, urinating on others, and being urinated on by others.

Urophagia: sexual attraction to drinking urine or watching others drink urine.

Vorarephilia (also gynophagia): sexual attraction at the thought of being eaten by or eating another person or creature. It includes endosomataphillia—a sexual fetish of being within someone (a sub-genre is partial unbirthing—a sexual attraction to inserting an adult head into a vagina).

Voyeurism: sexual arousal through secretly watching others having sex (also includes scoptophilia—the recurrent urge or behaviour to observe an unsuspecting person who is naked, disrobing or engaging in sexual activities (see Peeping Tom)

Wet and messy fetishism: sexual arousal by having substances deliberately and generously applied to the naked skin, or to the clothes people are wearing.

Xenophily: sexual attraction to foreigners (in science fiction, it can also mean sexual attraction to aliens)

Zelophilia: sexual arousal from jealousy.

Zoophilia: sexual attraction to animals.

Zoosadism: sexual gratification derived from causing pain and suffering to animals. 

Necrozoophilia (also necrobestiality) strictly applies to the killings of animals.

Here’s a few paraphilias I have created...

Godphilia: Sexual attraction to God.

Satanphilia: Sexual attraction to Satan.

Phantomphilia: Dreams, fantasy and or entertainment. 

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