The report of the Sexual and Gender Identity Workgroup for DSM-V for HSDD in women has now been published online. (Current thinking seems to be to divide sexual dysfunctions in women and sexual dysfunction in men into different categories.)
The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Women.
So far, I've only gotten to skim it so far. I'll make another post on it after I've gotten a chance to read through it in full, but I figured that readers would be interested to know about this.
Also, the articles for Female Sexual Arousal Disorder and Paraphilia NOS have been published as well.
Edit: The current proposal is to merge (female) Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder and Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, and to give them a new name. The main reasons are, more or less, that a) there is enormous overlap between these two diagnoses and b) many women have difficulty distinguishing sexual desire and sexual arousal, to the point that it's not even clear that they're different (if subjective sense of arousal is what is being considered.)
Before I make comments, I will need to read both articles.