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Barbiturate a salt or derivative of barbituric acid used medicinally as a sedative, sleeping pill, or anticonvulsant; and among street drugs used as a "downer."

Barr body the color-staining spot (the sex chromatin) located at the edge of the nucleus of cells taken from individuals with more than one X chromosome. It is normally found in female cells, and so is used as a sign of female genetic sex. It is also found in men with the 47,XXY (Klinefelter's) syndrome. It is missing in girls with the 45,X (Turner's) syndrome. The Barr-body test is rapid and inexpensive as compared with actual chromosome counting, and so is used as a method of preliminary X-chromosome screening.

Berdache the name given by early French explorers to American Indians whom they regarded as effeminate homosexuals but who had, according to tribal tradition, special spiritual status as shamans and healers and who took on a woman's role, including becoming a wife; contemporary berdaches continue the ancient customs.

Bestiality see zoophilia.

Beta-lipotropin the biochemical precursor substance from which the body synthesizes endomorphins. It is related to ACTH. See also ACTH; endorphins.

Biastophilia a paraphilia of the sacrificial/expiatory type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation and attainment of orgasm are responsive to, and dependent upon the surprise attack and continued violent assault of a nonconsenting, terrified, and struggling stranger [from Greek, biastes, rape or forced violation + -philia]. Acquiescence on the part of the partner induces a fresh round of threat and violence from the biastophile. Biastophilia may be homosexual as well as heterosexual, but is predominantly the latter, whether the biastophile is male or female. There is no term for the reciprocal paraphilic condition, namely stage-managing one's own brutal rape by a stranger, which probably exists only in attenuated form and rarely gets transmuted from fantasy into actuality. Synonym, raptophilia.[?? why not predatory/marauding??]

Biogenic amine a biologically synthesized substance, fundamentally a nitrogen compound, widely dispersed in the body. Some hormones, such as adrenalin (epinephrine) are compounds containing an amine. See also catecholamine; indolamine.

Biorhythm See also circadian, diurnal, ultradian, menstrual.

Bisexual (an adjective, noun, bisexuality) 1. characterized by other-sex and same-sex contacts, either concurrently or sequentially in the course of development, either in genital acts or as a long-term sexuoerotic status [from Latin, bi, two + sex]. 2. bisexuality; bisexualism: erotic pairing with partners of either genital morphology, usually serially, but possibly simultaneously. The distribution of heterophilia and homophilia in bisexuality may be 50:50 or, more likely, in unequal proportions such as 60:40 or 20:80. Bisexuality is not a paraphilia, although paraphilias may exist in association with bisexuality. Antonym, monosexual.

Blow job vernacular term for fellatio.

Body image fixation See Sexuoerotic body image fixation.

Bondage and discipline (B & D) in the vernacular, sadomasochism involving constraint with rope, chains, or other equipment, and abuse, punishment, or torture with various forms of equipment to enforce obedience, servitude, or enslavement.

Bottom sadomasochistic vernacular term for the submissive, masochistic partner.

Brachioproctic or brachiovaginal eroticism ("fisting," BPE or BVE) are varietal sexuoerotic activities which are not paraphilias. This sexuoerotic activity involves the slow and gradual--over a period of hours--insertion of very large objects, namely the hand, fist and sometimes arm (even a foot) into the lumen of the vagina or rectum, sometimes both orifices simultaneously.

Buggery a pejorative vernacular term and a legal term for anal copulation, chiefly between males, or with animals [from French, bougre, a corruption of Bulgarian derived from the medieval belief that Bulgarians were Manichean heretics who practiced anal copulation]. It is not a paraphilia. Synonym, sodomy.

Bulemia a syndrome of episodic binge eating of massive amounts of foodstuffs wih subsequent purging through self-induced vomiting and sometimes laxitive or enema use. Obesity is not usually seen in bulemics who may be normal to slighty overweight. This syndrome may alternate with anorexia nervosa.or occur in combination as in bulemarexia. These eating disorder syndromes may be mainifestations of hypophilia in that they tend to affect sexuoeroticism by reversing the effects of puberty.

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Ms. Robboy is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Center for Growth Inc and How To Have Good Sex Inc.  Alex practices marriage and family therapy and sex therapy, and also conducts periodic seminars about human sexuality throughout the northeastern United States.

Ms. Robboy graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a Masters degree in Social Work, a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Human Sexuality Education and a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage Counseling & Sex Therapy. Through the American Board of Sexology, she is a board certified sexologist and through the American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists a certified sex therapist.  Additionally, she is a licensed clinical social worker and a member of the American Board of Marriage and Family Therapy.

 

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