Sexual addiction, which is also called sexual dependency, hypersexuality, nymphomania (females), satyriasis (males), compulsive sexual behavior and sexual compulsivity, refers to the phenomenon in which people cannot manage their sexual behavior. The individual is obsessed with sexual thoughts - thoughts which interfere with their ability to work properly, have … [Read more...] about What is sexual addiction (compulsive sexual behavior)?
When psychologist Earl B.H. Sutherland Jr., Ph.D, decided he didn't like the way forensic interviews in child abuse cases on the Crow and Northern Cheyenne Reservations were being conducted, he didn't complain. He took action. Forensic investigators would interview children as a way of gathering evidence for prosecuting perpetrators. But once they were finished, that was … [Read more...] about Prosecuting Child Sexual Abuse
Sexual assault has been prevalent in the news lately. And despite the controversy over the details of the Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia or the war of words between Bill Cosby's PR team and the women accusing him of assault, the fact remains: sexual assault is a tremendously large problem. Whether the victim is male or female, … [Read more...] about How to help a Friend who’s been Sexually Assaulted
Note: The following is an Op Ed piece I wrote for the Raleigh News and Observer attempting to correct an egregious injustice and to set the historical record straight. Andrew Junior Chandler has been unjustly incarcerated in a North Carolina prison for 27 years, charged with a crime that almost surely never happened. In 1986, Chandler was employed as a van driver for a … [Read more...] about Mass Hysteria leads to a Terrible Injustice
• The Ministry of Justice has been rolling out a program to chemically castrate rapists, paedophiles and other sex offenders. • At the moment, this is a voluntary program for people who wish to be relieved of a sexual drive that they feel is ruining their lives. • Professor Don Grubin of the University of Newcastle discusses the benefits and potential pitfalls of this … [Read more...] about Should We Be Castrating Sex Offenders?