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Voyeurism is defined as an interest in observing unsuspecting people while they undress, are naked, or engage in sexual activities. The interest is usually more in the act of watching, rather than in the person being watched. The person doing the watching is called a voyeur, but you might hear them casually referred to as a peeping Tom. The person is typically in a place where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy, such as their home or other private area.
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The risk of getting caught by the victim often leads to greater sexual excitement for the voyeur. Voyeurs often masturbate during or after watching someone, as a way of increasing their sexual pleasure. For an individual to be diagnosed with a voyeuristic disorder, they must prefer the sexual pleasure associated with watching someone over normal sexual activity, such as sexual contact with a partner. To be diagnosed with a voyeuristic disorder, a number of criteria must be met. First, the individual must be eighteen years of age or older and experiencing voyeuristic tendencies for six months or more.
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The Sex Crime of Voyeurism
Voyeurism is the sexual interest in or practice of watching other people engaged in intimate behaviors, such as undressing, sexual activity , or other actions usually considered to be of a private nature. The term comes from the French voir which means "to see". A male voyeur is commonly labelled as "Peeping Tom" or a "Jags", a term which originates from the Lady Godiva legend. The American Psychiatric Association has classified certain voyeuristic fantasies, urges and behaviour patterns as a paraphilia in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual DSM-IV if the person has acted on these urges, or the sexual urges or fantasies cause marked distress or interpersonal difficulty. In order to be diagnosed with voyeuristic disorder the symptoms must persist for over six months and the person in question must be over the age of
Christine has always kept to herself. I live in New York City — everyone looks! Voyeurism is classified by the American Psychiatric Association as a paraphilia, which is a sexual disorder characterized by socially inappropriate behaviors other paraphilias include exhibitionism, and frotteurism. A person to practices voyeurism is known as a voyeur.