PATTERNED OFFENDERS: MASTURBATION
Because masturbation is so common after puberty, the incidence figures are useless for comparisons, but certain other aspects may be profitably studied. For example, the men in four of the six groups of patterned offenders spent more years worrying about their masturbation than did the incidental offenders, the proportion being about one third for the latter and one half for the former.
Every person who had masturbated was asked what was the greatest number of times they had done so in any seven-day period. Without exception the patterned offenders reported higher figures. The average incidental offenders reported maxima of from 2.8 to 4.8 per week, while the patterned reported 4.1 to 8.1. The greatest difference existed among the peepers (2.8 to 8.1) where masturbation was a frequent accompaniment of peeping. One may speculate that high maxima may be indicative of strong sex drive and of compulsion, and one would expect the patterned offenders to exceed the incidental in these two attributes.
While the presence or absence of fantasy during masturbation proved insignificant in differentiating patterned and incidental offenders, three sorts of fantasy did reveal definite differences. In five of the six groups, more patterned than incidental offenders had sadomasochistic fantasy; the percentages were generally small except in the case of the patterned aggressors, of whom one fifth had such fantasies. Again the patterned offenders led in five of six groups in fantasies of sexual activity with animals, though the percentages were generally small. In bizarre fantasy—often fantasy related to the offense behavior—the patterned offenders exceed the incidental in all six groups and frequently by large margins. This is one of our most clear-cut findings and one which could be logically anticipated: the habitual exhibitionists have fantasies of exposing themselves, the chronic peepers fantasies of peeping, etc. With one exception, from about one fifth to one third of the patterned offenders had such bizarre fantasies as opposed to no more than 10 per cent of the incidental offenders.
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