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In a 1989 study of sex hormone levels of sexual deviants, male exhibitionist sexual offenders had lower levels of estradiol and testosterone, but higher levels of free testosterone compared to nonviolent nonsex offenders.
Exhibitionist behaviors usually start in the first decade of adulthood and are most commonly a male who exposes his genitalia to women, or children (male or female). The prevalence of exhibitionism is difficult to estimate since it is often underdiagnosed and underreported.
Through a survey of over 600 heterosexual men in their early 20s, researchers in West Virginia found several childhood risk factors that contribute to exhibitionism urges.
Similarly, psychopharmalogical treatments have attempted to the suppress libido of sexual deviants by interacting with sex hormones.
Drugs with antiandrogenic properties are antagonistic to the hormones that regulate one's sex drive.
Initially, a person becomes sexually aroused to an inappropriate object or behavior, and then continues to repeat the scenario.
Over time, the deviant sexual behavior becomes associated with pleasure and sexual gratification and a paraphilic disorder develops.
In a clinical study, men who took an antiandrogen drugs for eight years showed a moderate reduction in hypersexuality, libido, ability for erection, and orgasm.
Upon completion of the drug therapy, testosterone levels returned to baseline within two months and paraphilic sexual urges resurfaced.
Exhibitionists are generally unable to explain why locations, feelings, or people trigger the sexually deviant behavior because they are unaware of the conditioning that led to the disorder.
Other theories point to increased levels of testosterone that cause paraphilics to become hypersexual, exhibiting behaviors or thoughts that are excessively concerned with sexual activity. Correlates of Exhibition-like Experiences in Childhood and Adolescence: A Model for Development of Exhibitionism in Heterosexual Males.