Archives of Sexual Behavior https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-018-1242-3 LE T TER TO THE EDITOR More Puzzles: A Response to Seto’s (2017) “The Puzzle of Male Chronophilias” 1,2,3,4 J. Paul Fedoroff Received: 25 November 2016 / Accepted: 23 May 2018 © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2018 In this article, based on a review (mainly) of Seto’s own pub- He mentions “non-exclusive preferences” but does not define lications, Seto (2017) resurrects a paradigm to classify para- what he means. Could he mean interests in more than one thing philias that was originally proposed by Money (1986). It is that are equal? He also mentions “idiosyncratic” preferences in illustrative of an approach that has led to a sense of nihilism which a person “falls in love” with someone to whom they are in the field that Seto relies on when he briefly discusses the not primarily sexually attracted. Does this mean he agrees that treatability of paraphilias. His paper is of interest since it shows love and sexual interest are different? how confusion of terms can lead to confusion of thinking. His Seto argues that having the ability to become aroused by paper also provokes some questions. children does not make the person a pedophile.
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