More empirical evidence of Julian Derry's scotophilia paraphilia has been collected and officially archived for scholarly publication as part of a larger research project into obscene cyber-stalking, criminal harassment and empirical fact denial committed by Darwin Superfans and facilitated by the Darwin Industry.
Would it be dehumanizing this disgusting creature to suggest it would be happier behind bars? https://t.co/wkCNhVb81B— Fear and Loathing in Science (@Idk50074280) November 9, 2022
More empirical evidence of Julian Derry's Social Media and email scotophilia has been collected as part of a larger psychology research project into paraphilias and for another criminological study on cyber-stalking, harassment and empirical fact denial by Darwin Superfans facilitated by the Darwin Industry.
"Paraphilias are persistent and recurrent sexual interests, urges, fantasies, or behaviours of marked intensity involving objects, activities, or even situations that are atypical in nature."
There are a number of theories as to how telephone scatophilia develops. Kurt Freund, the late Czech-Canadian sexologist wrote numerous papers claiming that behaviours such as telephone scatophilia are caused by “courtship disorders”. According to Freund, normal courtship comprises four phases: (i) location of a partner, (ii) pre-tactile interactions, (iii) tactile interactions, and (iv) genital union. Freund also proposed that obscene telephone calling is a disturbance of the second phase of the courtship disorder. Similarly, Professor John Money proposed the ‘‘lovemap’’ theory suggesting that paraphiliac behaviour occurs when an abnormal lovemap develops which interferes with the ability to participate in loving sexual intercourse. In this model, telephone scatologia, is classified as an allurement paraphilia involving the preparatory or courtship phase prior to genital intercourse.
There is no logical reason not to hypothesise that Twitter Scotophilia is any different.
Look out for the new science book "An A-Z of Perversions and Paraphilias" (edited by Dr Mike Sutton), written by a top psychologist Professor, forthcoming from Curtis Press later on 2023.