Entre a fantasia e a ação: as patologias sexuais na web

Autores

  • Renata Almeida de Souza Aranha e Silva Ambulatório de Transtornos da Sexualidade (ABSex), Disciplinas de Psiquiatria e Psicologia Médica, Faculdade de Medicina do ABC, Santo André, SP. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3781-8557
  • Danilo Antonio Baltieri Ambulatório de Transtornos da Sexualidade (ABSex), Disciplinas de Psiquiatria e Psicologia Médica, Faculdade de Medicina do ABC, Santo André, SP.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25118/2763-9037.2015.v5.175

Palavras-chave:

Internet, parafilias, zoofilia, cibersexualidade

Resumo

O acesso à rede mundial de computadores possibilitou que as relações virtuais acontecessem de uma maneira menos compromissada com a realidade e favoreceu a aceitação de práticas sexuais incomuns ou consideradas inadequadas. Atualmente, várias plataformas comunicacionais são alimentadas por usuários, responsáveis por conteúdos que criam interações, troca de materiais e relacionamentos online. Pode-se considerar que a democratização da sexualidade em ambientes virtuais tenha benefícios; porém, o excesso de informação sem critérios e a facilidade de acesso a fotos, vídeos e outros materiais pode causar danos. É possível observar espaços para a divulgação de fantasias parafílicas, entre elas a zoofilia (excitação ou práticas sexualmente excitantes envolvendo animais), que, do ponto de vista médico, é um transtorno de preferência sexual ainda pouco estudado. Estabelecer limites para relacionamentos mediados pela Internet e avaliar a consequência dessa interação na prática não é tarefa fácil, mas necessária.

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2015-02-27

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Silva RA de SA e, Baltieri DA. Entre a fantasia e a ação: as patologias sexuais na web. Debates em Psiquiatria [Internet]. 27º de fevereiro de 2015 [citado 14º de agosto de 2022];5(1):6-10. Disponível em: https://revistardp.org.br/revista/article/view/175

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