undersexed


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undersexed

having weaker sex urges or responses than is considered normal
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As far as that goes, I never heard of anybody with tuberculosis who was undersexed.
In the political cartoons of the time, the oversexed Indian woman of the 16th-century engravings, whose body merged seduction and cannibalism, was turned into the image of the undersexed Native American woman, whose body was increasingly identified with the concerted American effort towards the creation of a distinctly American national identity.
This means that, in connection with Sex, they should not be markedly oversexed nor undersexed.
Class includes stressed nerd (Peter Oldring) who wants to please his physician parents; oversexed babe (Christine Chatelain) who moonlights as a stripper; and undersexed cutie (Jane McLean) who doffs her inhibitions (among other things) while drunk.
Naive and willfully inexperienced (and therefore gullible), undersexed and over-privileged, prudish and priggish, perhaps latently homosexual (although there is not a great deal of purely textual evidence to support this possibility), he is a man capable only of sublimating his weak sexuality into the creation of long bad poems, which he labors over at night and publishes at his own expense.
National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) was established in Washington, DC, in 1994, to answer the need to educate health policy makers about Hispanics and other frequently undersexed populations so that health care for these communities can be truly improved.
DOMINEERING Prime Minister Maggie Thatcher used to get certain undersexed MPs fired up with lust.