sexual desire

NOUN
  1. a desire for sexual intimacy
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How To Use sexual desire In A Sentence

  • This does not exclude the existence of pockets of the urban population with unrealized homosexual desires.
  • It is frequently assumed that elderly persons lose their sexual desires or that they are physically unable to perform.
  • Such women are mostly presented as sexless in that once their family is complete, they appear to lose all sexual desire and physical charm.
  • Those few women who shocked public feeling with a display of sexual desire were branded either as prostitutes, nymphomaniacs or lunatics.
  • From her earliest student shorts, repressed sexual desire has been a consistent undercurrent in the New Zealander's work.
  • The chasteberry (also called vitex) fruit was used for centuries to quench sexual desire, particularly in monks.
  • As a young boy but not a child repression of sexual desire for the mother has occurred and latency should be present.
  • For example, alcohol is commonly viewed as an aphrodisiac that increases sexual desire and capacity.
  • Christians are urged to practice agape: love not as sexual desire, not as a devotion to something transcendent, not as friendship, but as charity.
  • Low sexual desire is rapidly becoming the most common issue treated in psychosexual therapy.
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