A concern only rises to the level of a "sexual disorder" if it is causing the person a great deal of distress in their life, and they would like to rectify the behavior or problem.
Sex selection raises concerns about exacerbating sex discrimination and violence against women, and normalizing the "selection" and "design" of children.
The use and marketing of sex selection technologies are largely unregulated in the United States.
(Sex therapy does not involve any type of sexual or physical interaction with the therapist.) Psychotherapy is nonjudgmental.
A professional therapist is there to help you address the sexual concern is a safe and supportive environment.
For other sexual disorders and concerns, psychotherapy is usually the best option.