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'''Hybristophilia''' is a [[paraphilia]] in which [[sexual arousal]], facilitation, and attainment of [[orgasm]] are responsive to and contingent upon being with a partner known to have committed an outrage, cheating, lying, known infidelities, or crime—such as rape, murder, or armed robbery. The term is derived from the Greek word ὑβρίζειν ''hubrizein'', meaning "to commit an outrage against someone" (ultimately derived from ὕβρις ''hubris'' "[[hubris]]"), and ''philo'', meaning "having a strong affinity/preference for".<ref>{{cite book|editor=Eric W. Hickey|title=Sex crimes and paraphilia|year=2006|publisher=Pearson Education|location=Upper Saddle River, N.J.|isbn=9780131703506|pages=197–9}}</ref> In popular culture, this phenomenon is also known as "'''[[Bonnie and Clyde]] Syndrome'''".<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.nerve.com/love/the-bonnie-and-clyde-syndrome-sex | title=Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome Is a Real Thing - Nerve | last= | first= | work= | publisher=Internet Archive | date= | dead-url=yes | archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20171113222427/http://www.nerve.com/love/the-bonnie-and-clyde-syndrome-sex | archive-date=2017-11-13 }}</ref>
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'''Hybristophilia''' is a paraphilia in which sexual arousal, facilitation, and attainment of orgasm are responsive to and contingent upon being with a partner known to have committed an outrage, cheating, lying, known infidelities, or crime—such as rape, murder, or armed robbery. The term is derived from the Greek word ὑβρίζειν ''hubrizein'', meaning "to commit an outrage against someone" (ultimately derived from ὕβρις ''hubris'' "hubris"), and ''philo'', meaning "having a strong affinity/preference for". In popular culture, this phenomenon is also known as "'''Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome'''".<ref>http://www.nerve.com/love/the-bonnie-and-clyde-syndrome-sex</ref>
  
Many high-profile criminals, particularly those who have committed atrocious crimes, receive "[[fan mail]]" in prison that is sometimes amorous or sexual, presumably as a result of this phenomenon. In some cases, admirers of these criminals have gone on to marry the object of their affections in prison.<ref name="psychtoday1">{{cite web|last=Ramsland|first=Katherine|title=Women Who Love Serial Killers|url=http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/shadow-boxing/201204/women-who-love-serial-killers|work=Psychology Today|date=20 April 2012|accessdate=13 May 2013}}</ref><ref name="psychtoday2">{{cite web|last=Seltzer|first=Leon F.|title=Why Do Women Fall for Serial Killers?|url=http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolution-the-self/201204/why-do-women-fall-serial-killers|work=Psychology Today|date=24 April 2012|accessdate=13 May 2013}}</ref>
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Many high-profile criminals, particularly those who have committed atrocious crimes, receive "fan mail" in prison that is sometimes amorous or sexual, presumably as a result of this phenomenon. In some cases, admirers of these criminals have gone on to marry the object of their affections in prison.<ref>http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/shadow-boxing/201204/women-who-love-serial-killers</ref><ref>http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolution-the-self/201204/why-do-women-fall-serial-killers</ref>
  
Hybristophilia is accepted as potentially lethal, among other such paraphilias including, but not being limited to, [[asphyxiophilia]], [[autassassinophilia]], [[biastophilia]], and [[chremastistophilia]].<ref>Gordon, Jr., Wilbert Anthony and James E. Elias. 2005. "Potentially Lethal Modes of Sexual Expression".  ''Paper presented at the 2005 Western Region Annual Conference of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality''.</ref>
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Hybristophilia is accepted as potentially lethal, among other such paraphilias including, but not being limited to, asphyxiophilia, autassassinophilia, biastophilia, and chremastistophilia.<ref>Gordon, Jr., Wilbert Anthony and James E. Elias. 2005. "Potentially Lethal Modes of Sexual Expression".  ''Paper presented at the 2005 Western Region Annual Conference of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality''.</ref>
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Hybristophilia is more common in women than men.<ref>https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/in-excess/201310/passion-victim</ref>
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Latest revision as of 23:18, 13 August 2019

Hybristophilia is a paraphilia in which sexual arousal, facilitation, and attainment of orgasm are responsive to and contingent upon being with a partner known to have committed an outrage, cheating, lying, known infidelities, or crime—such as rape, murder, or armed robbery. The term is derived from the Greek word ὑβρίζειν hubrizein, meaning "to commit an outrage against someone" (ultimately derived from ὕβρις hubris "hubris"), and philo, meaning "having a strong affinity/preference for". In popular culture, this phenomenon is also known as "Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome".[1]

Many high-profile criminals, particularly those who have committed atrocious crimes, receive "fan mail" in prison that is sometimes amorous or sexual, presumably as a result of this phenomenon. In some cases, admirers of these criminals have gone on to marry the object of their affections in prison.[2][3]

Hybristophilia is accepted as potentially lethal, among other such paraphilias including, but not being limited to, asphyxiophilia, autassassinophilia, biastophilia, and chremastistophilia.[4]

Hybristophilia is more common in women than men.[5]

References

  1. http://www.nerve.com/love/the-bonnie-and-clyde-syndrome-sex
  2. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/shadow-boxing/201204/women-who-love-serial-killers
  3. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolution-the-self/201204/why-do-women-fall-serial-killers
  4. Gordon, Jr., Wilbert Anthony and James E. Elias. 2005. "Potentially Lethal Modes of Sexual Expression". Paper presented at the 2005 Western Region Annual Conference of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.
  5. https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/in-excess/201310/passion-victim