How Anomalous Are Paraphilic Interests?
Commentary on DSM-5
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KeywordsSexual Interest Sexual Fantasy Fetishism Internet Pornography Paraphilic Disorder
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This commentary represents the sole opinion of the author, which is not necessarily endorsed by the Group of Research in Sexual Aggression (GRAS) or the International Center of Comparative Criminology (CICC), to which the author belongs.
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