sexuality

[ US /ˌsɛkʃuˈæɫəti/ ]
[ UK /sˈɛkʃuːˈælɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles
    she didn't want to know the sex of the foetus
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How To Use sexuality In A Sentence

  • We now read that men are to be targeted with a range of pink summer wearables by the high-street fashion chains 'cashing in' on the growing phenomenon of ' metrosexuality.
  • Their skin colour, sexuality or hair hue is irrelevant.
  • The warnings that permeate Polonius's speeches derive from his misperception of controlling his daughter's sexuality.
  • I think that while full-on female displays will evoke an easy and instinctual hormone rush -- which, as I said, might be a good complement to a melee brawl -- most intelligent people will agree that some sort of subtlety in sexuality is appealing on more levels simultaneously. Archive 2008-02-01
  • These were now crystallized in an expanded discourse on male and female sexuality.
  • That should have spelled the end of the convertible, except for one thing: The open car with its sun-baked, wind-blown passengers became a symbol of youth, freedom, and sexuality.
  • In the case of marriage, calling SSM discriminatory or segregationist represents either a failure to adequately recognise the sexuality of the individual involved or more perniciously to regard that distinction as immaterial or undeserving of respect. Why are only queer rights on the chopping block?
  • Doubtless the series will spark a rush of transsexuality-centred reality shows that, given the ready and infinite corruptibility of the form, will lose within a year all vestige of the charm of the original and become as mainstream, dreary and degrading to everyone concerned as its other reality brethren. TV review: My Transsexual Summer; Sorority Girls; and Imagine … Simon and Garfunkel: the Harmony Game
  • Thus the essence of glamour which may be thought of as sex appeal by tantalisation was replaced by ‘in your face’ sexuality.
  • He does not accept homosexuality as a legitimate lifestyle, and of course he believes in evangelizing among nonbelievers. November 2004
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