Salirophilia and other co-occurring paraphilias in a middle-aged male: A case study

  title={Salirophilia and other co-occurring paraphilias in a middle-aged male: A case study},
  journal={Journal of Concurrent Disorders},
  • Griffiths
  • Published 21 May 2019
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Concurrent Disorders
Salirophilia is a paraphilic sexual fetish in which individuals experience sexual arousal from soiling or disheveling the object of their desire. To date, there has been no academic or clinical research into salirophilia,and there are no published peer-reviewed papers – not even a single case study. Therefore, this paper presents the first case study account of a salirophile, a 58-year-old heterosexual male. The areas of interest that were examined included his background relating to childhood… 

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