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of, concerning, or promoting sexual love or desire

suggesting sexuality

employed in reproduction

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having or involving sex

involved in a sexual relationship

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In locating the crisis, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (the first volume published) forced the nation to reassess sexuality--its meanings, its incidence, and its importance.
Before and immediately after participating in the two week program, students completed surveys assessing their demographic characteristics, behaviors, attitudes and knowledge of sexuality-related issues (including reproductive anatomy and physiology, STDs, teenage pregnancy, sexual abuse and legal issues).
Her partner in a top hat is standing on tiptoe, kicking his feet as they engage in what was considered a crude, sexual dance (4).
Although Owens won the battle, the comments by the Court clearly had an ominous foretelling of continued persecution of people objecting to same-sex sexual relations.
Dade County, (6) a schoolteacher brought a sexual harassment claim against his school district alleging that it failed to eliminate a hostile environment caused by a co-worker with whom he had terminated a relationship.
Sexual abuse of children involves someone too young to give informed consent but who has been involved in a sexual act.
Today, sexual harassment training is more than a suggestion--it's state law.
Sperm is the male storehouse of sexual energy or jingqi, which according to Chinese theory is lost through excessive sex and ejaculation.
5) When patriarch Jacob discovered in the morning that he had had sexual congress not with Rachel but with Leah, he recognized the fait accompli of his marriage to Leah.
girls whose self-concept was weak at ages 12 or 13 were more likely than those with a strong self-concept to have had sexual intercourse by 14 or 15.
Their image of a postmenopausal woman is youthful, sexual, sensual, energetic and successful.
Over half a century after Sexual Behavior in the Human Male made an obscure Indiana University biology professor the most infamous man in America, Alfred C.
A biologist who spent the first part of his career as an unobtrusive cataloger of gall wasps, Kinsey was, depending on whom you ask, either the harbinger or the catalyst of the sexual revolution.
In the absence of "systematic research" or data linking sexual violence and athletes, media commentators, white feminists and psychologists have taken to the airwaves to castigate Kobe Bryant as part of a larger trend within sports, reducing the problem of sexual violence to a single social institution.
Other 20th century avatars of sexual open-mindedness don't draw comparisons to perpetrators of mass genocide, including those who came earlier and yelped louder than Kinsey.