Virgin-O-Logy Depiction of Virginity
virgin-o-logy.com formerly known also as virginology.org

men are the gatekeepers of commitment and women are the gatekeepers of sex

Translate this page! 
Share with others :-)

This web page is to be viewed in Unicode Character Set UTF-8 if problems occur.
UTF-8 is probably the most commonly used encoding. Unicode for humanity united.

Home
Contact Us
Skype
dr Halat Online - online medical consultation and advice
 Skype address: dr.halat.online
click below to call

My status
click above to call
A Virgin
Virginity
Depiction of Virginity
Virginity and Society
Virgin Wars
Control of Sexuality
Masturbation
My judgement of reasons why have sex (MJYSEX) Questionnaire
Virginity Myths and Facts
Virginity and Personal Health
Menstrual Cycle
Genital Self Examination
Virginity Testing
Virginal breast hypertrophy
Kegel exercises
Medical Certificate
prior to Marriage
Virgins Profitable Skills
Virginity Art & Fashion
Miss/Mister Virginity World Contest
Social Networking

Hymen=Virgin Membrane
 Home
What is the Hymen?
Where is the Hymen?
What is the Hymen for?
Structure of the Hymen
Development of the Hymen
Types of the Hymen
Hymen Related Organs
Diseases of the Hymen
Hymen Hygiene
Hymen and Period
Hymen and Tampons
Hymen and Sports, Ballet
Hymen and Horse Riding
Hymen and Cycling
Hymen and Sex
Hymen and Self- Pleasure
Hymen and Masturbation
Hymen and Wedding
Hymen and Husband
Hymen Self Examination
Hymen and Virginity
Value of an Intact Hymen
Virginity Testing
Hymen and Medicine
Hymen and Religion
Hymen and Law

Virgin until Marriage
@ virginology.org

  Health Risk Management
 & Communication

halat.com

historic virginology.org

historic hymen.pro

real + virtual = symbiotic space
we are the people of the world

World Virgins until Marriage Meeting Point click to plan your visit and date your future spouse virgin-o-logy.com
World Virgins until Marriage
Meeting Point
click to plan your visit
and date your future spouse
dr Halat's global office WhatsApp +48 799 196867
via WiFi or mobile networks
dr Halat's global office WhatsApp +48 799 196867 via WiFi or mobile networks free sms, no charge file transferring straight from your mobile, globally
free sms
no charge file transferring straight from your mobile
globally -
Go to Page 6
Go to Page 8
virgin-o-logy.com

Virgin-O-Logy

Depiction of Virginity, Page 7. Go to Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17


Voyers and sadists seek sexual gratification in dehumanizing and humiliating people to view
other persons' nudity.

Voyers who habitually seek sexual stimulation by visual means and sadists who enjoy dehumanizing and humiliating human persons are scietifically labelled as sexual deviants less commonly known as paraphiliacs.
In the dark ages of the Third Millennium sexual deviants push their deviations as  "progressive" alternatives to the genuine Catholic and Muslim sexual jurisprudence norms which are based on respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. (here)
For sexual deviants the nude human body symbolizes total sexual accessibility.
This is a travestation of the famous Harvey Cox's conclusion: ("Thus in Playboy’s iconography, the nude woman symbolizes total sexual accessibility, but demands nothing from the observer")

Explanation of the medico-legal terms

Sexual deviation or deviance less commonly known as paraphilia is a biomedical term used to describe sexual arousal to objects, situations, or individuals that are not part of normative stimulation and that may cause distress or serious problems for the paraphiliac or persons associated with him or her. A paraphilia involves sexual arousal and gratification towards sexual behavior that is atypical and extreme.

International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th Revision,  Current version,  Chapter V Block F00-F99  Mental and behavioural disorders
Mental and behavioural disorders (F00-F99) Disorders of adult personality and behaviour (F60-F69)
        
This block includes a variety of conditions and behaviour patterns of clinical significance which tend to be persistent and appear to be the expression of the individual's characteristic lifestyle and mode of relating to himself or herself and others. Some of these conditions and patterns of behaviour emerge early in the course of individual development, as a result of both constitutional factors and social experience, while others are acquired later in life. Specific personality disorders (F60.-), mixed and other personality disorders (F61.-), and enduring personality changes (F62.-) are deeply ingrained and enduring behaviour patterns, manifesting as inflexible responses to a broad range of personal and social situations. They represent extreme or significant deviations from the way in which the average individual in a given culture perceives, thinks, feels and, particularly, relates to others. Such behaviour patterns tend to be stable and to encompass multiple domains of behaviour and psychological functioning. They are frequently, but not always, associated with various degrees of subjective distress and problems of social performance. 
 
F65   Disorders of sexual preference 
  Includes:  paraphilias
F65.0   Fetishism 
  Reliance on some non-living object as a stimulus for sexual arousal and sexual gratification. Many fetishes are extensions of the human body, such as articles of clothing or footwear. Other common examples are characterized by some particular texture such as rubber, plastic or leather. Fetish objects vary in their importance to the individual. In some cases they simply serve to enhance sexual excitement achieved in ordinary ways (e.g. having the partner wear a particular garment). 
F65.1   Fetishistic transvestism 
  The wearing of clothes of the opposite sex principally to obtain sexual excitement and to create the appearance of a person of the opposite sex. Fetishistic transvestism is distinguished from transsexual transvestism by its clear association with sexual arousal and the strong desire to remove the clothing once orgasm occurs and sexual arousal declines. It can occur as an earlier phase in the development of transsexualism. 
  Transvestic fetishism
F65.2   Exhibitionism 
  A recurrent or persistent tendency to expose the genitalia to strangers (usually of the opposite sex) or to people in public places, without inviting or intending closer contact. There is usually, but not invariably, sexual excitement at the time of the exposure and the act is commonly followed by masturbation. 
F65.3   Voyeurism 
  A recurrent or persistent tendency to look at people engaging in sexual or intimate behaviour such as undressing. This is carried out without the observed people being aware, and usually leads to sexual excitement and masturbation. 
F65.4   Paedophilia 
  A sexual preference for children, boys or girls or both, usually of prepubertal or early pubertal age. 
F65.5   Sadomasochism 
  A preference for sexual activity which involves the infliction of pain or humiliation, or bondage. If the subject prefers to be the recipient of such stimulation this is called masochism; if the provider, sadism. Often an individual obtains sexual excitement from both sadistic and masochistic activities. 
  Masochism
Sadism
 F65.6   Multiple disorders of sexual preference 
  Sometimes more than one abnormal sexual preference occurs in one person and there is none of first rank. The most common combination is fetishism, transvestism and sadomasochism. 
F65.8   Other disorders of sexual preference 
  A variety of other patterns of sexual preference and activity, including making obscene telephone calls, rubbing up against people for sexual stimulation in crowded public places, sexual activity with animals, and use of strangulation or anoxia for intensifying sexual excitement. 
  Frotteurism
Necrophilia
 F65.9   Disorder of sexual preference, unspecified 
  Sexual deviation NOS  [Not Otherwise Specified]

F66   Psychological and behavioural disorders associated with sexual development and orientation 
  Note:  Sexual orientation by itself is not to be regarded as a disorder. 
F66.0   Sexual maturation disorder 
  The patient suffers from uncertainty about his or her gender identity or sexual orientation, which causes anxiety or depression. Most commonly this occurs in adolescents who are not certain whether they are homosexual, heterosexual or bisexual in orientation, or in individuals who, after a period of apparently stable sexual orientation (often within a longstanding relationship), find that their sexual orientation is changing. 
F66.1   Egodystonic sexual orientation 
  The gender identity or sexual preference (heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, or prepubertal) is not in doubt, but the individual wishes it were different because of associated psychological and behavioural disorders, and may seek treatment in order to change it. 
F66.2   Sexual relationship disorder 
  The gender identity or sexual orientation (heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual) is responsible for difficulties in forming or maintaining a relationship with a sexual partner. 
F66.8   Other psychosexual development disorders 
F66.9   Psychosexual development disorder, unspecified 

NB.The American Psychiatric Association (APA) publishes the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). The DSM codifies psychiatric conditions and is used worldwide as a key guide for diagnosing disorders In the early 1970s, activists campaigned against the DSM classification of homosexuality as a mental disorder, protesting at APA offices and at annual meetings from 1970 to 1973 (See  "Homosexuality and Sexual Orientation Disturbance: Proposed Change in DSM-II, 6th Printing, page 44 APA Document Reference No. 730008). In 1973 the Board of Trustees voted to remove homosexuality as a disorder category from the DSM, a decision ratified by a majority (58%) of the general APA membership the following year. A category of "sexual orientation disturbance" was introduced in its place in 1974, and then replaced in the 1980 DSM-III with Ego-dystonic sexual orientation. That was removed in 1987.  In 1992 The World Health Organization have removed homosexuality from its International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems. In the ninth revision of the ICD  homosexuality was classified under code 302.0 which converts approximetely 2011 ICD-10-CM F66 Other sexual disorder.

Please note: the next (fifth) edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), DSM-5, is currently in consultation, planning and preparation. It is due for publication in May 2013. According to AMA this  publication will mark one the most anticipated events in the mental health field. Comment submissions to the Proposed Draft Revisions to DSM Disorders and Criteria (here) were accepted until June 15, 2011.  
AMA describes paraphilia as "recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors generally involving: (1) non-human objects, (2) the suffering or humiliation of oneself or one's partner, (3) children, (4) non-consenting persons". 
Thus paraphilias regarded as variants of normal sexuality become  a powerful weapon against  humanity. The countless numbers of mainly young and very young people become dehumanized and notorically humiliated by sexual deviants. By means of the internet and entertainment industry products, sexual deviants colonize more and more areas of the world and destroy the future of whole nations. 
Fordømmer seksuelle afvigere for umenneskeliggørende,
 ydmygende og prægning deres afvigelser på vores børns sind!

Fordømmer seksuelle afvigere for umenneskeliggørende, ydmygende og prægning deres afvigelser på vores børns sind! Condemn sexual deviants for dehumanizing, humiliating, and imprinting their deviances on our children's minds!

Condemn sexual deviants for dehumanizing,  humiliating, 

and imprinting their deviances on our children's minds!