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Psychoanalysis November 14th, 2017 4:11pm

Studies in neurobiology and neuropsychiatry show that childhood sexual abuse thins a region of the cortical homunculus involved in the perception of sexual pleasure. In adulthood, these victims often have anhedonia (no pleasure) from sexual activity.

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mpurple oh no. trump won.
11/14/17 3:42 pm

I’d think people would already know this.

Psychoanalysis Analyze Everything
11/14/17 3:43 pm

Know the specifics of which neural regions are affected and how?

bennyg69 MNlegit
11/14/17 11:40 am

no shit Sherlock

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Psychoanalysis Analyze Everything
11/14/17 4:00 pm

You think it is obvious that the cortical homunculus thins in this scenario?

RussianThunder Russia and USA
11/14/17 10:30 am

Odd how most sexual serial killers were sexually abused in childhood.

emraldYE Lancaster County, PA
11/14/17 11:13 am

same here. I have no memory of anything happening, but I wonder sometimes..

bower8899 ...
11/14/17 1:30 pm

Never been in a sexual relationship before so

emraldYE Lancaster County, PA
11/14/17 7:53 pm

Me either. But I have never masturbated.

bower8899 ...
11/14/17 8:13 pm

I have. So who knows. Never think about sex while doing it though

jfish82285 Tennessean in Colorado
11/14/17 10:02 am

Does it thin that area or is it associated with a thinning of that area?

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TheMadScientist the mad laboratory
11/14/17 11:16 am

I'd hate not to be in the control group if that study!!

badattitude no place like home
11/14/17 9:24 am

That is so sad. These poor kids. Abusers need to be killed immediately. I have no use for them.

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