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Sadism may refer to:
- Sadomasochism, consenting partners willingly engaging in aspects of pain or humiliation for sexual pleasure. Also, BDSM.
- Sadistic personality disorder, obsolete term proposed for individuals with no regard for well-being of others. Also Antisocial personality disorder.
- Sexual sadism disorder, medical/psychological condition for sexual arousal from inflicting pain/humiliation on unwilling, non-consenting victims.
- See also
- Sadist (disambiguation)
- Marquis de Sade, an 18th-century French writer from whom the term sadism is coined
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