3. PROBLEMATIC SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR
Problematic or harmful sexual behaviour is what we consider unhealthy. This is behaviour with concerning intensity and frequency, or behaviour which does not correlate to the appropriate age- or developmental maturity. It can also be a discrepancy in dominance by one party behaving threateningly or attempting to coerce (by offering clothes or candy, for instance) the other party into joining sexual games.
In this chapter you will see a video lecture by Marita Sandvik on problematic sexual behaviour, a video lecture by Birgit Hegge on the Traffic Light as a tool of assistance, and a video lecture by Morten Jensås Lundgren on pornography.