normophilic

normophilic

Referring to sexuoeroticism which conforms to the dictates of custom, religion or law.
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Both disciplines have presented a normative and 'perfectionist' view of sex that defines normophilic sex as reciprocal, affectionate and interpersonal, and have derivatively defined sexual perversions, paraphilias, and dysfunctions as failures to attain this end.
One of the reasons we find such commonality between what Nagel offers as perversions and the DSM offers as paraphilias is that the American Psychiatric Association (APA), which publishes the DSM, sees normophilic sex in much the same way Nagel does.
Note that the claims being made here about perversion and normophilic sexual behavior are prescriptive in some way.
involves recurrent and intense normophilic (nonparaphilic) sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, and behaviors that cause clinically significant distress in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning; and
Therefore, I have significant concern about the use of antiandrogens to control nonparaphilic CSB because of side effects and the fact that it also suppresses normophilic functioning, which we are interested in enhancing.
Applying the dimensional perspective to sexual disorders, one recalls that the term paraphilic was an attempt of DSM III to rename and resituate "sexual perversions" at the tails of a curve of normophilic sexual behaviour (see Figure 1).
Is it statistically normophilic, as many surveys suggest, or is it paraphilic because of the co-occurrence of pain (inflicted/received) in pursuit of sexual pleasure?
We have only begun to collect data about normophilic sexual behaviours and have relatively no information that confidently speaks of the prevalence of paraphilic behaviours.