How do you correct a fetish

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Sexual fetishes describe unconventional sexual behavior, and they can be part of a healthy sex life Sexual Variations. De Silva, W. ABC of Sexual Health. But sometimes fetishes get in the way of relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners. So when is asking your partner to wear business socks in the bedroom OK? The term fetish is hundreds of years old.

Fetishistic Disorder: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment DSM-5 302.81 (F65.0)

Is it Possible to Eradicate a Fetish? - Dr Michael Aaron

In a recent post , I wrote about how the field of sexology is uneven in its application and rife with regional and individual biases, largely due to general sex phobia and a subsequent lack of empirical research within the field. Recently, a debate on the mailing list of one of the sexological organizations to which I belong touched again upon discrepancies within the field. The discussion in question concerned whether or not it is possible to eradicate a fetish. I have eliminated any details that could reveal the identify of the other clinician. Below is what the clinician wrote in support of fetish eradication. I am highlighting and italicizing the most objectionable aspects:.

Is it Possible to Eradicate a Fetish?

There are decades of scientific research on fetishes which point to a clear answer. The short answer is yes. Hundreds — or maybe even thousands — of studies have shown success in changing fetishes. If this is ineffective they then recommend drugs and physiological treatments.
Items that are used for sexual gratification can range from scarves and shoes to pantyhose and blouses, and the person may use the item when a partner is not there. He may feel it or stimulate his genitals with it. The object may cause the arousal of sexual feelings, such as how it feels, smells and looks. Not considered to be a disorder unless it results in anxiousness and a disruption of everyday life, Fetishistic Disorder is predominantly begun when an individual reaches pubescence or, less frequently, in the teenage years. Fetishistic Disorder is found to be almost always in men.