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Less commonly, some people also get sexual pleasure from the giving of enemas to other people. Typically, it is warm water that is used to clean the lower rectum although other substances have been reported including coffee, yogurt, air, whisky, wine, beer, cocaine, epoxy resin and even cement see case study below. For instance, Anil Hernandas and colleagues in the Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery reported a unique case of an unemployed year-old patient self-administering epoxy resin a liquid used as a masonry adhesive for anal sexual gratification.
Published research on klismaphiliacs is rare and it is thought that most klismaphiliacs keep their engagement in this activity very secret. The little research into klismaphilia suggests that the act of receiving enemas can cause intense stimulation and produce pleasurable sensations e. Enemas cause mechanical distension of rectum that then causes stimulation of nerve endings supplying the pelvic organs i.
Typically, klismaphiliacs retrospectively report discovering these very particular sexual desires after being given enemas sometime in their childhood. Published case studies suggest that klismaphilia most likely arises in those children who received them as children by a loving and affectionate mother.
This association of loving attention with anal stimulation may eroticize the experience for some people so that as adults they may manifest a need to receive an enema as a substitute for or necessary prerequisite to genital intercourse. Following the publication of her two case studies, Joanne Danko published a study in the mids on 15 klismaphiliacs. Based on these limited data, she concluded that klismaphiliacs fit into one of three groups she enemas for pleasure Type AType B and Type C. The behaviour originated in childhood and the enemas were usually self-administered.
Some of the cases in this group also engaged in other paraphilic behaviour e. Back inthe American sexologist William Arndt placed advertisements in sex magazines to recruit klismaphiliacs. He managed to survey 22 individuals all males except for one female and aged 25 to 54 years. They typically engaged in enema use twice a week and half of the klismaphiliacs reported the enemas were self-administered. In a American Journal of Psychotherapy paper, Jeremy Agnew provided a physiological perspective on klismaphilia concentrating on the ritualization of insertion, filling, and expulsion components.
He compared the physiological similarities between rectal stimulation and vaginal intercourse and said that the behaviour was reinforcing. In a later paper, Agnew also noted that some individuals receive such extreme pleasure from the practice that they reach orgasm. He also links klismaphilia with sadomasochistic activities. Accidental rectal trauma and the lodging of foreign bodies in the gastrointestinal tract have been widely reported in the medical literature.
They wrote about a young man who turned up at the hospital complaining of rectal pain.
Upon further questioning, the patient revealed that four hours earlier, he and his boyfriend had been "fooling around" and that after stirring a batch of concrete mix, the patient had laid on his back with his feet against the wall at a 45 degree angle while his boyfriend poured the mixture through a funnel into his rectum.
The concrete had set and was eventually removed. On removal, a ping-pong ball was also found. The reason a ping-pong ball was also found in the rectum was because klismaphiliacs use the ball as a plug to promote retention and increase stimulation. The use of such a device suggests the person was an experienced klismaphiliac. Agnew, J. Klismaphilia: A physiological perspective. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 36, — Arndt, W. Gender disorders and the paraphilias. Boglioli, L. A case of autoerotic asphyxia associated with multiplex paraphilia.
American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology12, 64— enemas for pleasure Denko, J. Klismaphilia: Enema as a sexual preference. American Journal of Psychotherapy27, — Klismaphilia: Amplification of the erotic enema deviance. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 30, — Hemandas, A. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery9, — Stephens, P. Rectal impaction following enema with a concrete mix. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology8, — Mark Griffiths, Ph. Mark D. Griffiths Ph. In Excess. References Agnew, J. Venereology13 2Arndt, W.
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