About sexual disorders

I suggest the following definition:

A sexual disorder is when you have an extraordinary sexual orientation or identity. Something with your sexual orientation or identity is out of order, it is extraordinary.

With this definition, homosexuality and transgenderism are sexual disorders.

Also pedophilia is just a sexual disorder (see e.g. Pedophilia Is a Mental Health Issue. It’s Still Not Treated as One Shayla Love, vice.com, August 2020). I find it wrong when LGBT people hate pedophile people instead of embracing them. Yes, pedophilia differs from other sexual disorders in that it can lead humans to hurt other humans in a very disgusting way.

Should we consider sexual disorders as a class of psychiatric disorders? No opinion here due to lack of knowledge and experience.

Homosexuality is not a sin, it is just a sexual disorder. Your sexual orientation developed into the wrong direction, It makes you choose a partner of the wrong sex.

Sexual disorders are a form of impotence because you won’t have biological children unless you somehow manage to fool your disorder by having at least a short moment of sex with a “real” partner.

When you are homosexual or transgender, you face miscellaneous problems in daily life because you are swimming against the stream. These problems are similar to the problems of left-handed people.

Is homosexuality a definitive disorder? Is it something that you just need to accept or “manage” in order to become happy? Or can you “heal” it and become “normal”? I think that both possibilities are okay.

There are people who were homosexual and then managed to reorientate. They married a partner of opposite sex and lived happy ever after until the end.

Accepting homosexuality as a disorder does not mean that being homosexual is to be considered a shame or –God beware!– a sin.

Even when you fail or refuse to reorientate and remain without biological children during your life on Earth. There is more to life than having children.

There is no valid reason to feel guilty about being homosexual, and there is no valid reason to reject homosexual humans from society. Homosexuality is an exception to the rule and an exciting phenomena at social, ethic and scientific level and an enrichment for humanity.

Living as a homosexual has sometimes been difficult because many human civilizations were afraid of the phenomenon. Homosexuality is a challenge because it confronts our society with the question “What to do with those who are different?”. It is only a few generations ago that humankind started to understand that homosexuality is actually a gift to us all because it helps us to realize the miracle of sexuality.

The UN are working hard on this. Article 16 of the UDHR was written in a time when most people didn’t worry about homosexual people. I guess that one upon a time they will optimize the formulation to make things clear. This process takes time because not yet all nations are ready to embrace homosexual people as a gift. But we are on our way. In November 2018, the UN Human Rights Office launched a special series of articles to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the UDHR where it addresses the issue:


It is important to recognize sexual polarization as a matter of fact. Of course the role distribution of sexes becomes more diversified with increasing complexity of a society. Refusing to accept LGBTQ as a disorder leads to absurd results in legislation, like attempts to teach children that there is no difference between men and women.

  • They are deviations from norm that fails to satisfy the original biological purpose of sexuality.

  • They are not by themselves a source of negative psychological or social effects.

  • There is no valid reason to feel guilty about being homosexual or transgender, and there is no valid reason to reject disordered humans from society.

  • They are exceptions to the rule and a valuable phenomena at social, ethic and scientific level and an enrichment for humanity.

There are enough known cases of homosexual individuals who managed to marry a human of opposite sex, had biological children and were happy ever thereafter until the end of their life.

There are cases where a homosexual orientation could successfully be changed at least partly into a heterosexual orientation.

Another way to manage homosexuality is to live a celibate life. Becket Cook, in his book Change of Affection: A Gay Man’s Incredible Story of Redemption (2019), shares his experience as a gay who became Christian. This didn’t make him heterosexual but helped him to find a meaningful way of life. See also Thursday, December 10, 2020.

Homosexual humans sometimes refrain from openly identifying as such due to homophobia.

Homosexual behaviour has also been documented and can be observed in non-human animal species.

In 2017 there were still humans who seriously considered suicide as the only solution for their sexual disorder.

In 2017 there were still humans of moral authority who publicly declared that homosexuality is a sin.

A sin is