Дата публикации: 2017-08-13 13:45
Current studies show that people who have an insufficient amount of intimacy or are lonely are more vulnerable to exhibit sexually offending behaviors.  One recent study determined that child molesters exhibited significantly higher levels of fear of intimacy than rapists, nonsexually abusing inmates, and a control group of law-abiding citizens. 
Also, the article attempted to explain why men are generally more afraid of intimacy. If the effects were not gender specific, then surely there would be no difference?
This sounds like the collective knowledge of what the hens at the office coffee station know about the workings of the male mind. aka Bupkis.
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I'm waiting for the day when a law is passed that if you are a single, unattached male over 85, you will be levied a special "bachelor tax" (half your earnings a month) to help fund a program that allows single women with or without kids to apply for free cash until they can land a man to financially
In order to meet the criteria for Intimacy Anxiety Disorder, either high anxiety in partner-social interactions and/or high anxiety in sexual interactions are present. 
I am the same. I married my wife for practical and financial security reasons and never loved her or felt any sexually attraction to her. As a matter of fact I can't even stand to see her naked.
Examples of partner-social interactions are talking to a romantic interest, asking/going on a dinner date, hugging, holding hands, and kissing. The cognition behind the anxiety is about being afraid of making mistakes, being incompetent, failing, or being judged on how they carry out partner-social interactions.
It is too late for anything to be done as I am now in my 65's. But I hope my story might cause someone else who suffers from this to take this information with them to their Doctor or Therapist.