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Unsurprisingly, there is no academic research on this topic (not even a single published case study), so I did start to wonder if the condition was theoretical or actually a real paraphilia.(I was even surprised to find that there was no entry in Wikipedia).
(Illustrations not seen.)-- Ilse Heidmann Ali, formerly with Motlow State Community Coll., Tullahoma, Tenn.
What they will discover is an odd assortment of 700 entries, ranging from the ordinary (birth control) to the ridiculous (pie throwing) and the perverse (power tools, whipping workshops).
A large number of the entries refer to sadomasochistic activities, and an introductory note warns that some of the listed activities may be dangerous or lethal.
Love offers no empirical evidence to support these claims but given there is a complete absence of any scientific research, I can’t say she is wrong.
Most of her article concentrates on the more strict definition of sexual arousal being linked to the giving of religious speeches.
This episode explores the endless possibilities presented in American author Brenda Love's best-selling book The Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices.