The sexual problems that are psychological in origin, rather than physiological, are called psychosexual disorders. It may arise due to guilty conscience, stress, anxiety, nervousness, worry, fear, depression, physical or emotional trauma, abuse, rape and so on. The other factors causing sexual problems are based on psychosocial and cultural aspects. Ignorance or improper sex education can be a reason. Conflict of values between sexual feelings during adolescence and that which is represented by family or religion, (for example, the attitude that sex is dirty, sinful or a shame) acts as a trigger for psychosexual disorder symptoms. Relationship aspects, like power, trust or anger at a partner and lack of communication and commitment to one’s partner or peer may also lead to sexual disorders.