Associations to the word «Sexual»
SEXUAL, adjective. Of or relating to having sex, sexual acts and sexual reproduction.
SEXUAL, adjective. Of or relating to gender.
SEXUAL, adjective. Of or relating to sexuality; not asexual.
SEXUAL, adjective. Of or relating to sexual orientations, sexual identity or preferences with respect to sexual intercourse
SEXUAL, noun. (biology) A species which reproduces by sexual rather than asexual reproduction, or a member of such a species.
SEXUAL, noun. (LGBT) A person who experiences sexual attraction, a person who has interest in or desire for sex (especially as contrasted with an asexual).
SEXUAL ABUSE, noun. Any sexual activity that is undesired by one participant but forced on them nonetheless, especially when considered to be more sustained or frequent than an incident of sexual assault.
SEXUAL ABUSES, noun. Plural of sexual abuse
SEXUAL ACT, noun. Any act involving sexual stimulation
SEXUAL ACTS, noun. Plural of sexual act
SEXUAL ANOREXIA, noun. A physiological state involving loss of sexual appetite either entirely or episodically based out of an anxiety or other physiological disorder; or by extension a dry spell
SEXUAL ANOREXIC, noun. A person with sexual anorexia, a physiological loss of sex drive
SEXUAL ANOREXICS, noun. Plural of sexual anorexic
SEXUAL APPETITE, noun. One's desire to engage in sexual practices.
SEXUAL APPETITES, noun. Plural of sexual appetite
SEXUAL ASSAULT, noun. A physical attack of a sexual nature on another person or a sexual act committed without explicit consent.
SEXUAL CANNIBALISM, noun. A type of cannibalism in animals, whereby the female devours the male after, or during, copulation.
SEXUAL COMPLEX, noun. (psychology) A psychological complex involving fixations of a sexual nature; a fetish.
SEXUAL CONGRESS, noun. (idiomatic) intercourse
SEXUAL CONGRESS, noun. Loose translation of the title of Aristophanes' play Ecclesiazousae, more literally translated as Assemblywomen.
SEXUAL DICHRONISM, noun. (biology) The practice, in some insects, of all the offspring of one sex being produced before all the offspring of the other
SEXUAL DIMORPHISM, noun. A physical difference between male and female individuals of the same species.
SEXUAL FAVOR, noun. (chiefly US) Alternative spelling of sexual favour
SEXUAL FAVORS, noun. Plural of sexual favor
SEXUAL FAVOUR, noun. A sex act from one person to another, usually outside of a romantic relationship.
SEXUAL FAVOURS, noun. Plural of sexual favour
SEXUAL FRATERNIZATION, noun. Any kind of sexual relations between two or more individuals.
SEXUAL FRUSTRATION, noun. A state of agitation felt by an individual whose sexual satisfaction is considerably less than desired.
SEXUAL FRUSTRATIONS, noun. Plural of sexual frustration
SEXUAL HARASSMENT, noun. Unwelcome sexual advances.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT, noun. Harassment that is sexual in nature.
SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, noun. Coitus or genital-genital sexual contact; copulation.
SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, noun. Sexual interaction, usually involving vaginal and/or anal and/or oral penetration, between at least two organisms.
SEXUAL INTERCOURSES, noun. Plural of sexual intercourse
SEXUAL LITERACY, noun. Knowledge needed to advance and protect one's own sexual health and well-being.
SEXUAL MINORITIES, noun. Plural of sexual minority
SEXUAL MINORITY, noun. (idiomatic) LGBT people; those outside of the mainstream of accepted sexual expression or orientation in a given culture
SEXUAL ORIENTATION, noun. One's tendencies of sexual attraction, considered as a whole.
SEXUAL ORIENTATIONS, noun. Plural of sexual orientation
SEXUAL PARTNER, noun. A person with whom someone has had sex.
SEXUAL PARTNERS, noun. Plural of sexual partner
SEXUAL POLITICS, noun. The gender-based motivations and behavioral tactics present in the interactions between men and women, especially as involving manipulation and rivalry for power.
SEXUAL PREDATOR, noun. (chiefly pejorative) A person who obtains, or tries to obtain, sexual contact, and for that reason is seen as threatening.
SEXUAL PREDATORS, noun. Plural of sexual predator
SEXUAL PREFERENCE, noun. Sexual orientation
SEXUAL RELATION, noun. (idiomatic) Behaviour of a sexual nature between one or more individuals.
SEXUAL RELATIONS, noun. The act of sexual intercourse.
SEXUAL RELATIONS, noun. Sexual activities between individuals.
SEXUAL REPRODUCTION, noun. The process whereby a new organism is created by combining the genetic material of two organisms.
SEXUAL REVOLUTION, noun. A period in which attitudes towards sexual behavior undergo a substantial change, usually in the direction of increased liberality.
SEXUAL REVOLUTION, noun. A specific period in the 1960s and 1970s during which such change is said to have occurred in Western Europe and the United States.
SEXUAL REVOLUTIONS, noun. Plural of sexual revolution
SEXUAL ROLE, noun. (psychology) The way a person acts, feels, and the attitudes he/she has about being a male or female; or, the expectations others have, based on gender.
SEXUAL SELECTION, noun. A type of natural selection, where members of the sexes acquire distinct forms either because the members of one sex choose mates with particular features or because in the competition for mates among the members of one sex only those with certain traits succeed.
SEXUAL SLAVERY, noun. A criminal activity that involves forced sexual acts upon a person who is usually held hostage as a slave.
SEXUAL TENSION, noun. (idiomatic) Physically induced libidinal unrest arising between two individuals when exposed to one another
SEXUAL UNION, noun. Sexual intercourse.
SEXUAL, adjective. Of or relating to or characterized by sexuality; "sexual orientation"; "sexual distinctions".
SEXUAL, adjective. Having or involving sex; "sexual reproduction"; "sexual spores".
SEXUAL, adjective. Involved in a sexual relationship; "the intimate (or sexual) relations between husband and wife"; "she had been intimate with many men"; "he touched her intimate parts".
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