Origin of sexual
Examples from the Web for sexually
Contemporary Examples of sexually
He declared that Western women are sexually promiscuous in a manner not even found in the natural world.50 Shades of Iran: The Mullahs’ Kinky Fantasies about Sex in the West
IranWire, Shima Sharabi
January 1, 2015
Hey, whatever keeps those lecherous freaks from sexually assaulting humans is fine by us.Zebra Finches, Dolphins, Elephants, and More Animals Under the Influence
December 31, 2014
She was sexually and verbally abused, leading her to the brink of suicide.A Quorum For Change: The Fight For Global LGBT Equality
December 11, 2014
Actually, sexually assaulted is the term she uses now, but Dunham doesn't directly describe it as such in the book.The Right's Rape Trolls vs. Lena Dunham
December 10, 2014
When I became aware that an intern of mine had been sexually harassed by a producer while making the film, I was blown away.A Rallying Cry Against the Oversexualization of Our Youth
November 30, 2014
Historical Examples of sexually
Paedogenetic: reproducing in the sexually immature or larval stage.
Paedogenesis: reproduction in the sexually immature or larval stage.
But once a woman is sexually self-conscious, what is she to do?
And sexually he goes as a single individual; he can mingle only singly.
All of them were normal, only two were alcoholic, and one sexually loose.Society
Henry Kalloch Rowe
- of, relating to, or characterized by sex or sexuality
- (of reproduction) characterized by the union of male and female gametesCompare asexual (def. 2)
Word Origin for sexual
1650s, "of or pertaining to the fact of being male or female," from Late Latin sexualis "relating to sex," from Latin sexus (see sex (n.)). Meaning "pertaining to copulation or generation" is from 1766; sexual intercourse attested by 1778; sexual orientation by 1967; sexual harassment by 1975. Sexual revolution attested by 1962. Sexual politics is from 1970. Related: Sexually.
- Of, relating to, involving, or characteristic of sex, sexuality, the sexes, or the sex organs and their functions.
- Implying or symbolizing erotic desires or activity.
- Of, relating to, or involving the union of male and female gametes.