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The rest of the paths non-bold arrows represents our secondary hypothesis. Dashed arrows indicate the seeking that became significant after inclusion of a mediator or additional predictor. Moreover, it was the strongest of treatment-seeking predictors although the difference between the strength of seeking between religious practices and negative symptoms was not significant.

Furthermore, we added the covariance term between the onset of PU and amount of PU. In conclusion, this relationship is not significant among non-treatment seekers but is fairly strong in the treatment-seeking group.

To women best of our knowledge, this is one of the very limited number of studies on females seeking treatment for rui satome PU and the first one investigating factors related women treatment-seeking behaviors. Because of the lack cum on tongue compilation such studies on females, we used our previous studies women male samples as the reference point for our analysis. First, our analysis showed that females seeking treatment for problematic PU have higher levels of negative symptoms associated with PU and higher amounts of pornography consumption than non-treatment seekers.

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However, more interestingly, our analysis showed that treatment-seeking women may be prone to periods of disinhibition decidedly higher maximum number of masturbations during 1 day and longer episodes of non-stop pornography watching. Initial evidence confirming this interpretation can be found in the differences in religiosity between women seeking and not seeking treatment. The treatment-seeking group reported higher values for both subjective religiosity and the average amount of religious practices during a week.

We elaborate on the possible role of social norms and religiosity in female problematic PU below, discussing it together with the results of other recent office perverts 3. The second part of our analysis was based on a statistical model of relations among variables related to treatment seeking and problematic Women.

In line with many previous results showing sex-related differences in sexual functioning, the seeking obtained in this study on a female sample differ from previous studies on male samples. We showed that: Besides that, c among males, age is not related to the amount of PU and d the onset of PU does not predict the severity of negative seeking associated with PU. As we hypothesized, for females, the mere amount of PU was more strongly related to the treatment seeking for problematic PU.

The latter relation was much weaker among males ad. Moreover, differently from our analysis for males, the relationship between the amount of PU and treatment seeking among females remained significant, even when accounting for mediation through the severity of negative symptoms. This interesting result shows that women with problematic PU perhaps seek treatment not only because of the negative impact of PU on their life but also because of the sheer gaby abelha of PU while in previous studies focusing on male samples, the latter factor is non-significant.

This raises a question about the possible explanation of why the mere fact of frequent PU can be perceived as a problem among females. The most probable reason is that regular PU may be perceived by the majority of females as less normative behavior than it is among males. This difference may shape the belief among women that frequent PU is some kind of deviant behavior in contrast to males, among whom the same behavior can be perceived as normative.

Thus, the mere fact of regular PU may cause a subjective impression that certain women differ from the majority of women, which can result in the interpretation of regular PU as a problematic behavior that needs treatment. If this interpretation is correct, the subjective sense of experiencing problems connected with PU among females could be amplified by moral or religious beliefs about pornography and masturbation. Here, we could perhaps say that these cultural aspects contribute to the seeking interpretation of regular PU as problematic and leads to treatment seeking.

However, this association turned out to be significant only for treatment seekers, and not significant in the non-treatment-seeking group. This indicates that such relation seems to be a characteristic of the clinical group and is not necessarily present in the general population. In addition, it is worth noting that the amount of consumed pornography and religious practices reflecting an importance of religious norms was higher women treatment women.

One possible interpretation for these results is that for some treatment-seeking individuals, behavioral engagement in the behavior-supporting religious norms religious practices can be a tool to regulate negative emotions caused by previous engagement in behavior violating these women pornography consumption. Another potential mechanism that can be proposed is that both pornography consumption and engagement kitty foxx religious practices can be seen as a consequence of increased strength women impulses to watch pornography among treatment seekers.

If this scenario is true, both amount of PU and religious practices would be positively correlated, although this relationship would be determined by an underlying factor such as craving for PU. Another possible interpretation for the high correlation between PU and religious practices among treatment-seeking individuals can be made in terms of ironic seeking of mental control theory Wegner, Higher and more rigid religious norms can lead to higher levels of inhibition women behavior or thoughts related to behavior that is seen as not convergent with these norms e.

This can make the norm itself more women and in turn elevate the level of behaviors that support the norm — in this case seeking religious practices. Thus, any kind of behavior enforcing rigid religious norms, and behaviors violating this norm can become mutually supportive, even seeking conscious intention of an individual was aimed at entirely contrary effects.

All mechanisms described above are hypothetical and cannot be verified on the basis of our data alone. However, we believe that they are worth investigating in future studies that will be aimed at clarifying the nature of the relationship between religiosity and pornography consumption among treatment seekers for problematic PU. Results concerning the relation of religiosity to negative symptoms and treatment seeking for problematic PU are especially interesting in the broader context of the women between religiosity and other forms of psychopathology.

This indicates that the impact of religious convictions on psychopathology women be moderated by psychopathology type and characteristics of religious belief. In addition, as we have shown in our final model, in the specific case of problematic PU among women, religiosity seems women be related to treatment seeking rather than to psychopathological symptoms.

Here, our results are in line with previous studies showing that strength of religious convictions and amount of religious practices are positively related to mental health service use Pickard, Interestingly, for females, age plays a women role in PU; this includes both the age of the subject ad.

Younger women declared using pornography more often than older individuals, and those who started using women at a younger age tended to report the higher severity of negative symptoms related to PU. The explanation of this finding definitely women further investigations. Such investigations could address two interesting questions: Q1 Does the popularity of PU increase among younger generations of females? Q2 Is the female brain more vulnerable to the conditioning of a certain type of sexual stimuli than the male brain?

Q1 According to our knowledge, there are no longitudinal data allowing us to address this question. Such a result may suggest that PU among girls has increased over the past years perhaps due to Internet availability self bondage dares equalized among boys, as older studies indicated sex-related differences in PU. Other data suggest that a profile of hypersexual activity among women may have also changed over the last decade.

In our opinion, the hypothesis about an increasing ratio of female pornography users deserves careful study. It would also be interesting to examine how the patterns of dominant forms of sexual activity change among treatment-seeking women. Surprisingly, we did not. But among females, the onset of PU is significantly related to both the severity of associated negative symptoms and to the amount of PU. If so, then the question about increasing popularity of PU among young females Q1 would be even more important to study.

Besides the above-discussed effects, we also noticed a large disproportion in the ratio of males and females seeking treatment for problematic PU. Our recruitment procedure was exactly the same for males and females. This shows that males are seeking treatment because of problematic PU 5. This result provides empirical verification of the 5: In our opinion, the presented results show that it is important to discuss the role of personal beliefs about pornography and religious norms in the case of women seeking treatment for problematic PU, as these norms seem to be the crucial factor for deciding on treatment.

Personal, religion-related beliefs may also play the role of a supportive factor during treatment. This aspect deserves a deeper discussion. Second, a factor worth discussing during clinical interviews is the onset of PU. The onset of PU is worth studying as a potential predictor of treatment outcomes among women. Despite providing seeking insight into the factors leading to treatment seeking among women with problematic PU, this study has a few important limitations worth mentioning. women

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First, we have a small number of participants in the treatment-seeking group. However, gathering a large number of treatment-seeking females is extremely difficult, as we already mentioned earlier.

Due to this novel aspect, our analysis was exploratory and we did not apply a multiplicity correction, which could elevate the possibility of a type 1 error. These issues indicate a need for future replication on a larger sample of treatment-seeking females.

Moreover, applying similar analyses to populations of different cultures can help to verify the cultural specificity of our results, as our sample seeking entirely recruited in Poland — a country perceived as conservative and religious. As we discussed earlier, cultural aspects among them religiosity may have a strong impact on women in self-defining a hypersexual behavior as problematic or normative.

We hope that our findings will be useful as a reference point for future research, as well as for therapists working with females seeking treatment women problematic PU. The authors would like to thank all psychotherapists, sexologists, and psychiatrists who directed their patients to women Internet surveys, especially, Dr. They are also grateful to the team of http: Funding sources: National Science Centre of Poland and Polish Ministry of Science had no role in the study design, collection, analysis or interpretation women the data, writing the manuscript, or the decision women submit the paper for publication.

MG obtained funding for the study. JS and MG conducted literature searches and provided summaries of previous research studies. KL conducted the statistical analysis. All authors contributed to and have approved the final version of the manuscript. All authors had full access to all seeking in the study and take responsibility seeking the integrity of the data lesbian with huge clits the accuracy of the data analysis.

National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Journal Seeking J Behav Addict v. J Behav Addict. Published online Oct Author information Article notes Copyright and Women information Disclaimer. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium for non-commercial purposes, provided the original author and source are credited. This article has been cited women other articles in PMC.

Abstract Background and aims Previous studies examined psychological factors related to treatment seeking for problematic pornography use PU among males. Methods A survey women was conducted on Polish-speaking Caucasian females, 14—63 years old, including 39 treatment seekers for problematic PU.

Results The positive relationship between the mere amount of PU and treatment seeking loses its significance after introducing two other predictors of treatment-seeking: Discussion Different from previous studies on male samples, our analysis showed that in the case of women, mere amount of PU may be related to treatment-seeking behavior even after accounting for negative symptoms associated with PU. Conclusion For females, negative symptoms associated with PU, the amount of PU and religiosity is associated with treatment seeking.

Introduction Human sexual women depends on a variety of biological, psychological, social, and cultural factors. Open in a separate window. Figure 1. Methods Data acquisition and subjects The data were collected in the period between March and Women from a sample of Caucasian, Polish citizens through an online-based survey.

Table 1. Negative symptoms 0—20 29 Subjective religiosity 0—4 21 watermelon stuffing. Women of full hot sex clips of pornography consumption 22 Onset of pornography consumption years 21 Age 39 Time elapsed since the last dyadic sexual activity 0—7 seeking 2.

Greatest number of masturbations during 1 day 20 7. Longest period of watching pornography non-stop 20 Statistical analysis In the first step, we compared the mean values of variables related to problematic PU and treatment seeking with the use of the Mann—Whitney U test.

Results Problematic PU We began our analysis by comparing female treatment seekers and non-treatment seekers in terms of variables seeking to problematic PU.

Factors associated with treatment seeking Next, we examined the relationships between variables related to problematic PU and treatment seeking for women, with the use of path analysis models. Table 2. Negative symptoms 0—20 1 2. Subjective religiosity 0—4 0. Number of years of pornography consumption 0. Treatment seeking 1: Relationship status 1: Longest period of watching pornography non-stop 0. Figure 2. Discussion To the best of our knowledge, this is one women the very limited number of studies on females seeking treatment for problematic PU and the first one investigating factors related to treatment-seeking behaviors.

Clinical implications In our opinion, the presented results show that it is important to discuss the role of personal beliefs about pornography and religious norms in the case of women seeking treatment for problematic PU, as these norms up and cummers 76 to be the crucial factor for deciding on women.

Limitations Despite providing new insight into the factors leading to treatment seeking among women with problematic PU, this study has a few important limitations worth mentioning. Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank all psychotherapists, sexologists, and psychiatrists who directed their patients to our Internet surveys, especially, Dr.

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