Two interventions that proved to be either inadequate or impractical for very long term implementation were examined after the functional analysis and before the treatments described in this paper. First, we attempted to move stimulus control through the girl in sandals to images of females in sandals through the use of a pairing procedure; nonetheless, no transfer of control was seen after 50 pairing sessions. 2nd, we unearthed that constant usage of treats, leisure products, attention, and a video of a female in sandals eliminated the behavior; nonetheless, the intervention was not practical for long-lasting execution. Consequently, two interventions that were more practical were when compared with standard in a multielement design. Standard sessions were the same as the lady in sandals condition associated with analyses that are functional. Sensory extinction (Rincover, Cook, Peoples, & Packard, 1979) sessions had been just like standard sessions except that the specialist put an athletic protector (a synthetic cup that protects the genitals) around Alex’s waistline, outside of their jeans ahead of the session began. The protector was thought to attenuate sensory stimulation produced by gyrating his pelvis on to the floor. Into the response-interruption/time-out (RI/TO; Rolider & Van Houten, 1985) condition, Alex wore a backpack by having a band (0.6 m long) attached with each part associated with the top.