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Sex and gender

Sexual identity, eg, cross-dressing, anxiety about the possibility of being a lesbian or a gay man, or violent sexual fantasies.

 Sexual identity .....

  1. the degree of comfort with the self as a masculine or feminine person (gender identity);

  2. the gender of those who attract and repel us for romantic and sexual purposes (orientation); and

  3. what we want to do with our bodies and our partners' bodies during sexual behaviour (intention).

Sexual dysfunctions, eg, new difficulty attaining orgasm, aversion to intercourse, painful intercourse, rapid ejaculation, inability to maintain an erection

Gender dysphoria. Transgender.

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