Women who reject heterosexual sex likely suffer from a sexual disorder – Science

Today, I want to discuss a topic related to women who refrain from having sex with men. In some cases, this behavior can be attributed to a medical condition known as sexual aversion disorder (SAD).

Link to a scientific study about sexual desire disorder at the US library of medicine

This issue is not a cultural choice, it is a health condition. There are two types of health conditions: Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) and sexual aversion disorder (SAD).

HSDD is known as asexualism. Some good Youtube videos discuss it. However, they present it as a choice while science considers it to be a health issue. Women who don’t want to have sex with men are asexual.

HSDD stands for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. It is a sexual dysfunction characterized by a persistent or recurring lack of sexual desire or arousal, causing personal distress or relationship difficulties. It can affect both men and women. The diagnosis of HSDD is typically made by a healthcare professional based on a patient’s self-reported symptoms and a medical and psychological evaluation. Treatment options may include therapy, medication, or lifestyle changes.

Sexual Aversion Disorder (SAD) is a type of sexual dysfunction characterized by a persistent and extreme aversion to, and avoidance of, all or almost all genital sexual contact with a sexual partner. The aversion causes personal distress and interpersonal difficulty, and is not better accounted for by another mental disorder or by a lack of available sexual partners. People with SAD may experience anxiety, fear, disgust, or revulsion at the thought of sexual contact, and may go to great lengths to avoid it. The causes of SAD are not well understood, but may include past traumatic experiences, negative beliefs about sexuality, or other psychological or biological factors. Treatment typically involves psychotherapy, and may also include medication or other interventions.

Women who have sexual aversion disorder may express their dislike for sexual activities with men, often describing penises as unattractive and condemning male sexuality. They may also provide a negative portrayal of sexual acts. This disorder can affect any woman.

It is worth noting that if our female ancestors had rejected heterosexual sex, the human species would not have survived. In the past, the baby mortality rate was high, and if women had rejected sex, humankind would have become extinct.

Therefore, it is unnatural to observe a significant number of women who are asexual or reject heterosexual sex. Heterosexuality, on the other hand, is a natural behavior that has existed since the beginning of human history.