Pecattiphilia refers to a sexual arousal derived from engaging in the act of doing something that is believed to be sinful or that makes them feel guilty. There is no known academic or clinical research on pecattiphilia, and may not be a genuine paraphilia. The behaviors attributed to pecattiphilia also overlap significantly with other fetishes.
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Pecattiphilia is said to involve sexual arousal or gratification from performing an act that is considered to be sinful. It can either be sexual acts or any of the seven deadly sins. Sexual acts that are considered sinful include adultery, sodomy, lust, etc. The paraphilia can also involve such acts as stealing or lying. Performing any act that is believed to be sinful in general might arouse the pecattiphilist.