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genital

1. of or relating to the sexual organs or to reproduction
2. Psychoanal relating to the mature stage of psychosexual development in which an affectionate relationship with one's sex partner is established
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The fourth dimension is instrumentality, which presents an attitude/orientation toward sex that is utilitarian and genitally focused.
stuck down into his pants like a lady's watch" (166) is genitally grotesque.
69) characterises him distinctly as the representative of the oversexed, genitally obsessed black man.
For example, compare statements between Exod 22:21-24 and Deut 24:17-22 (treatment of alien, widow, orphan); Exod 23:1 and Deut 19:16-21 (injunctions against giving false testimony); Exod 21:2-6, 23:10-11 and Deut 15:1-18 and Leviticus 25 (seventh-year release of slaves, remission of debts); Deut 7:1-6, 23:1 and Isa 56:3-8 (foreigners and genitally deformed).
Moral and social constraints, combined with external factors such as lice and the lack of personal hygiene, resulted in sex being a mechanical, genitally focused act, offering little in the way of pleasure and sensuality.
This is not to say that everyone must be sexually active, genitally speaking, much less married or partnered to be complete as persons, but it is to recognize that if we deny whole segments of the community the right (and responsibility) to be sexual persons and to do love in and through their bodies, then we have denied them their full humanity.
Like men, lesbians tend to emphasize the role of sex in their relationships; but unlike men the majority of their sexual activities is not genitally focused.
For example, a vital yet rarely acknowledged--even by sexuality educators--concern about the national focus on abstinence-only education is how it informs and reinforces a narrow, genitally based understanding, or frame, of human sexuality and, therefore, sexuality education.
Circumcision complication: Hysterical blindness in genitally mutilating societies.
By and large, anywhere, at this time, the condition of being genitally female isn't necessarily any better than it has ever been.
Africans were involved in the slave trade; women are still genitally mutilated; Africans are still killing Africans because they belong to different religions or ethnic groups.