Hybristophilia – also called “Bonnie and Clyde syndrome” or “Cinderella Syndrome”, is a term used to describe the sexual attraction to violent offenders.
If you have this attraction, it can be difficult to understand why others don’t feel the same way about you. For many people this can be a confusing subject, because to them this seems like something you should be ashamed of—like it’s some kind of crime itself.
But it isn’t!
According to psychology, the truth is that there are many reasons why someone might find themselves attracted to criminals:
- Some people may be attracted to criminals because of the attention they receive from them
- Others may believe their love can change these people into good people
- Some are attracted to them because they’re dangerous, charismatic and exciting
- Still others might just be intrigued by what makes them commit such horrible acts in the first place.
Hybristophiliacs may also find themselves attracted to people who are physically disabled, such as paraplegics or quadriplegics; those who are deaf; or even those who suffer from mental illness like schizophrenia. In these cases, it’s best not to try and change yourself or your preferences in order to suit other people’s expectations of what they want from their relationships — those expectations are likely unrealistic anyway!
Some people may be attracted to criminals because of the attention they receive from them.
Some people may be attracted to criminals because of the attention they receive from them. The attention is a form of validation, and it can feel like being loved by someone who you have something in common with (perhaps a shared interest).
If you’re looking for something that feels like love, then you might be interested in meeting someone who has been in prison more than once. It’s possible that it could even make you feel better about yourself if your life isn’t going well at all!
Some women may believe that their love can change a criminal into a good person.
Many women who are attracted to criminals often believe that they can change them. They may believe that they can help them to change their ways, or even be the only person who can understand them.
The desire for redemption and hero worship are also common factors in this type of attraction.
Not everyone who is in love with a criminal wants them to be released from prison.
In reality, not everyone who is in love with a criminal also wants them to be actually released from prison.
Some people are just looking for an excuse to get close to someone who enjoys breaking the law. Others might have some sort of Stockholm Syndrome (a psychological phenomenon where hostages develop feelings for their captors) and feel bad about their situation because they’re being held captive by someone who doesn’t deserve it.
Still others may be attracted to criminals because of all the attention they receive from them—and this can lead some people down a dangerous path that could potentially harm both themselves and society at large if left unchecked.
Many people are attracted to violent criminals, whether they have been convicted of a crime or not.
These people may be motivated by an attraction to power and dominance, or they may be drawn to the attention that comes with being involved with these individuals.
It’s important for those who have this type of attraction to know that it is not “your fault” if you feel this way.
Even though society looks down on those who are sexually attracted to violent offenders, there are many others just like them out there who share the same feelings.
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