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Baltieri (2017) An exploratory study on psychosocial variables of people participating in Zoophilic

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Baltieri DA (2017) An exploratory study on psychosocial variables of people participating in Zoophilic Blogs/Websites. Sex Health Issues 1: doi: 10.15761/SHI.1000107.

Article Type: Research Article
Keywords: Paraphilias, Cybersexuality, Sexual Abuse, Quantitative Studies


Abstract

Objectives: This study aimed to investigate sociodemographic and psychometric features of people
participating in zoophilic blogs/websites.

Methods: One-hundred six subjects provided information through an online questionnaire. Measures of
drug misuse, sexual impulsivity, and depression symptoms were included.

Results: Childhood sexual abuse, earlier onset of sexual interest in animals, preference for male animals,
and higher levels of sexual impulsivity were associated with higher zoophilic interest.

Conclusion: Te strength of sexual interest may be associated with negative events in childhood, early
onset of anomalous sexual interest, and higher sexual impulsiveness, characteristics commonly seen
among paraphilic persons.

This article is posted for educational and informational purposes only.
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