There are two basic ways that you can basically define a sexual disorder. The first definition touches on matters that are moral or ethical in nature, whilst the second definition touches on matters that have to deal with the manner an individual responds to any of the phases that are involved during the sex act. If you are to define a sexual disorder using the former cluster, conditions such as gender identity disorder, voyeurism, sadism, and sexual masochism might be regarded as a form of sexual disorder. The discerning reader will immediately see that the first definition touches on issues that by and large go against some prescribed moral code. The second definition (the latter) encompasses issues such as erectile dysfunction, vaginismus, premature ejaculation etc. These are basically constructs that have to do with a deviation in response during various stages on the cycle of the sexual process. Sexual disorders by and large might affect all individuals at certain stages of their life, the good news however is that a good number of them can be successfully managed; and this article will highlight how this is possible. So sit back, and enjoy this mind opening article that will attempt to touch on all areas of sexual disorder. Here goes.