promiscuity


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Synonyms for promiscuity

indulging in promiscuous (casual and indiscriminate) sexual relations

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In Loose Girls: A Memoir of Promiscuity, a Portland, Oregon psychotherapist who focuses on such issues in her practice wrote of experiences that are shared by many and continue to affect adult relationships.
In this environment, the rise in promiscuity means loyalty has taken a step back, which is a challenge for Sainsbury's and Tesco with Nectar and Clubcard.
It was in response to Catholic bishops and pro-life groups who said the promotion of condoms was the promotion of promiscuity.
It is thought that this process gives rise to a phenomenon known as T-cell receptor promiscuity, which could be responsible for harmful effects T-cells can sometimes cause.
Sex education is about far more than sexual acts andwe are not indoctrinating schoolchildren into sexuality or encouraging promiscuity.
In all, 95% of physicians said the vaccine would not promote promiscuity or decrease the use of condoms.
Just as most Americans do not want to view endless ads for 'erectile dysfunction' products on TV, so most New Yorkers do not want to see endless ads for condomized promiscuity on TV and in the subway cars they and their children must ride.
I don't doubt that there's more promiscuity than there used to be.
Eventually Julia sought out alcohol and promiscuity as an escape, while David kept believing that his family and everything else would turn out all right.
Songs Of Freedom" is strongly recommended reading, especial for anyone having to recover from the spiritual and emotional damage of promiscuity, involvement with cults or the occult, flawed parenting, and the myriad forms of self-abuse that are to be encountered in an anti-Christian secular society.
One outstanding aspect of the storytelling is Turnipseed's willingness to address the flaws in each of us--irresponsibility, jealousy, promiscuity, insolence and apathy.
Recent laws concerning contraception (1966), divorce (1967), abortion and homosexuality (1969) began, and mutually re-inforced, the undermining of marriage by striking down restrictions against wider sexual promiscuity.
IT IS OUR PROMISCUITY that will save us," AIDS activist and art theorist Douglas Crimp asserted in 1988, defying the media's brutal vilification of gay sex--in which a devastating health crisis was portrayed as punishment for pleasure--by arguing that gay men's sexual flexibility would help them adapt to safer sex.
If they talk about their promiscuity or their obsessive sexual desires, they have to consider society's reaction, not te mention their wive'.
Speculation and rumor about her promiscuity were untrue, he said, although she did nothing to discourage them.