Spontaneous ejaculation in Psychopathia Sexualis
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- Then simple imaginary representations of blood and scenes of blood sufficed to induce ejaculation.
- Finally arrested, he was recognised as a sadist, who at the instant of stabbing had an ejaculation,
- While helping to stop the bleeding he could not keep from sucking up the blood that flowed from the wound, and in this act he experienced extreme erotic excitement, with complete orgasm and ejaculation.
- At other times a stain on a lady's dress caused orgasm and ejaculation in him.
- it was sufficient since he did not take the slightest sensual pleasure in women to caress ladies' shoes that pleased him, thus attaining ejaculation
- In time the shoe-scenes came upon him during the day, and involuntarily induced erection and ejaculation.
- the simple sight of the foot had induced ejaculation
- One day he noticed how a pretty servant girl in his own home let a poodle dog lick her toes whilst she was reading. This caused in him erection and ejaculation.
- sometimes, at mere sight of her, his sexual excitement became so intense that ejaculation resulted
- At times he could not resist the temptation to imitate their gait, which caused vehement orgasm, with lustful ejaculation.
- the very sight of a girl with a halting gait induced ejaculation.
- at the very moment when he began to chew the piece of his skin ejaculation set in.
- When it happened that he could actually take a young girl's hair in his hand, he felt intensely excited sexually, and had erection and ejaculation without touching the girl in any other way.
- When he touched the hair with the scissors he had erection, and, at the instant of cutting it off, ejaculation.
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