Sexual aversion is a feeling of disgust towards a sexual partner, the most severe form of inter-partner sexual disorders.
The most common causes of sexual aversion are:
- deep conflicts between partners;
- reaction to the psycho-traumatic behavior of a partner (for example, to his betrayal);
- reaction to an unpleasant odor emanating from a partner;
- as a result of sexual disorders in a partner, which he neglected and was not treated in a timely manner.
The aversion itself can have a different degree of severity – from a feeling of disgust that occurs only in an atmosphere of intimacy or an attempt to have it, and to a feeling of irresistible disgust for a partner that occurs at the slightest contact with him and even only at his sight.