Julian Suvalescu, professor of practical ethics at Oxford, has advocated a position he calls “procreative beneficence.”
Sex, he said, is “supposed to be for purposes that are yes, conjugal and unitive, but also procreative.”
They're supposed to be within marriage, for purposes that are, yes, conjugal... but also procreative.
procreative powers of individual Guardians required to be held at the disposal of the rulers, for purity of breed.
And my senses, I perceive, belong not to me but to the procreative principles of biology.
The process and effect he can easily describe, but the procreative power behind it all is beyond his ken.
The creative function of the male and the female in procreative conjunctivity.
The procreative genius of her body would have kept him in life to give her more.
Apart from the procreative necessity, was woman an unavoidable evil?
But he is so only in the service of emotional and procreative woman.
procreative pro·cre·a·tive (prō'krē-ā'tĭv)
Capable of reproducing; generative.
Of or directed to procreation.
procreate pro·cre·ate (prō'krē-āt')
v. pro·cre·at·ed, pro·cre·at·ing, pro·cre·ates
To beget and conceive offspring; to reproduce.
To produce or create; originate.