sexual practice

NOUN
  1. activities associated with sexual intercourse
    they had sex in the back seat
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How To Use sexual practice In A Sentence

  • Doctors want to educate teenagers about unsafe sexual practices.
  • I understand that consensual sex with a willing partner can result in undesired consequences, and self-protection against those consequences results in condoms, alternate sexual practices, and medical intervention to stop pregnancy. The Volokh Conspiracy » Diane Wood on the Second Amendment
  • Reducing sexual practices to the level of bestiality, is a crucial feature of Satanism in all historical periods studied, from Phrygian Cybele-Dionysos cult-period onward. Lyndon LaRouche on Satanism by Grand Magister Blackwood | Disinformation
  • Nor indeed do we intend that viewers should consider them as crabby ulcerous little self seeking vermin with furry legs and an excessive addiction to alcohol and certain explicit sexual practices which some people might find offensive. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » 1.4 Billion
  • Sociologists have been coming up with increasingly elaborate theories to explain unsafe sexual practices.
  • As most of this article deals with the sexual practice of homosexuals, the term homosex usually used. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • A man condemned in his own day for his sexual practices and lascivious writings, after his death he was crowned patron saint of the Surrealists, but was also requisite bedside reading for many a serial killer.
  • P.S. - I set up that foot-tall figure of Pope John Paul II, and it's a tad disconcerting at first to be engaged in deviant sexual practices while he stares blithely on, but then you figure it's cool that he's watching and still just blessing it, and that's pretty cool. July 13th, 2006
  • Under church law, he tells me, human sexual practice must fulfill two conditions.
  • Indeed, the uneven vocabulary of sexual difference can be seen as part of a movement that itself sought to conjoin and serialize socio-sexual practices and behaviors.
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