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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    So what is "paraphilia?" Liking part? Does it mean people who love to leave things part-finished? I looked for it in the dictionary and it's not there.
    Are you kidding? (sorry, I just wanted to make sure you weren't being sarcastic and I missed it! )

    It's generally used to label a sexual "fetish" of some sorts -- an obsession with a particular body part, or more generally, to some item that isn't normally perceived in a sexual way by the average population.
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    Nah...I was thinking about it in a weird way. Like "para" is translated from Greek, I think, and it means "part" in English, but "part of the whole" and "body part" may have different associations in Greek than in English...whatever.

    Plus, sexual fetishes were already listed on there.

    Never heard that term before, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Never heard that term before, though.
    Oh.

    I learned it cuz I kept getting it mixed up with "paraphernalia" and... well, that's a bad thing.
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    It's heart-warming how many dysfunctional people seem to be in relationships.

    That Seanetal guy is annoying. I think they need someone more mature in charge.
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    PsychCentral.com has a good number of really fucked up people, too, but the content is weak because they consider themselves a "support community."

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    Oh cool another Psychology Forum! New Challenges! I love Psychology and I am quite good at it (wanted to become a Psychologist / Psychiatrist).
    Thank you AJ, for sharing! *off to read*
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    Quote Originally Posted by colmena View Post
    It's heart-warming how many dysfunctional people seem to be in relationships.
    Beating within the chest of every normal seeming person in our society is the heart of a dysfunctional person.

    (I don't know if that's true or not, but it was just a nifty thing to say.)

    That Seanetal guy is annoying. I think they need someone more mature in charge.
    are you saying he has a napolean complex?
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    Yes, I think beating in the head of every normal-seeming person is the brain of a dysfunctional person, Jennifer. Hee.

    In our society certain types of illness are considered a plus for an employee! There seems to be an inate tendency in us to rank emotional/mental problems in order of desirability. Humans - such a pain in the pocket we are.

    Now my curiousity is aroused and I have to go scope this guy out.
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    I didn't see said person after a quick glance. But, oh lawdy, them folks don't know how to spell, Jennifer. Disgusting to my sensibilities, indeed.

    And I see they have a thread addressing "sexual prestation." Hmm. Something new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    are you saying he has a napolean complex?
    I hope you've signed up if that was a play on words.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    And I see they have a thread addressing "sexual prestation." Hmm. Something new.
    Only comes once a year, but wow, what a party.
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