Chremastistophilia

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Chrematistophilia (from Greek stem χρηματιστής chrematistes (meaning "money-giver" or "money-trader") and the suffix -philia) is a paraphilia whereby sexual arousal is obtained from being robbed.[1] Kleptolagnia is its opposite, sexual arousal obtained through theft or breaking and entering.

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  1. ^ "Sexual Positions Terms". Archived from the original on 2008-02-04. Retrieved 2008-07-04.