homosexual

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homosexual

1. a person who is sexually attracted to members of the same sex
2. of or relating to homosexuals or homosexuality
3. of or relating to the same sex

homosexual

[¦hō·mə′sek·shə·wəl]
(biology)
Of, pertaining to, or being the same sex.
(psychology)
Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting homosexuality.
One who practices homosexuality.
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Or how, at least in some cultures, being sexual homosexually has gone from the unnameable and criminal to levels of acceptability than even a couple of decades ago would have seemed inconceivable.
Increasing proportions of Australian gay and homosexually active men engage in unprotected anal intercourse with regular and with casual partners.
Another issue concerning repressed homosexually oriented priests is raised by a variety of commentators.
Depressive Distress and Prevalence of Common Problems Among Homosexually Active African American Women in the United States," by Vickie M.
And there are many homosexually active people who do not identify as gay" (Against Nature 79).
6) Granted, such a symbolism is particularly rich for male mystics who are homosexually inclined or who feel drawn to a homoerotic spirituality, but the same structure tends to generate only anxiety and confusion for those who are not, Eilberg-Schwartz argues; hence the well-known injunctions against seeing God's body, particularly his front side (that is, his phallus), in the biblical texts.
As the lightest of the Peazant women, Yellow Mary is ostracized and envied by her kinswomen; they hate her because she has survived rape, lived as a prostitute, flirted homosexually with Trula, and most profoundly for them, on her "all that yella" has been "wasted.
Approximately 75% of the victims have been characterized as homosexually active ("homosexual or bisexual") men in their twenties, thirties, and forties.
14) According to the Supreme Court, the government may not classify homosexually inclined persons as categorically less entitled to benefits that they obtain by democratic means.
2) Of Sydney gay and homosexually active men surveyed for the Sydney Men and Sexual Health study in 1996, 0.
Hetrick and Martin (1987) indicate that "violence against the homosexually oriented is endemic, particularly for the homosexual adolescent.
Men of color: A context for service to homosexually active men (pp.