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Symphorophilia

Abstract

Symphorophilia is a paraphilia in which sexual arousal involves staging and watching a tragedy, such as a fire or a traffic accident.

The term was coined by John Money in his 1984 paper "Paraphilias: Phenomenology and classification", formed from the Greek root "συμφορά" ("symphora", "event, misfortune"):

Although it does not use the term, a 1960 study in the "American Journal of Psychiatry" describes a man aroused by being injured by "an automobile operated by a woman".