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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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Moreover, epidemiological data reveal a higher prevalence of HIV infection among circumcised men than genitally intact men in at least seven SSA countries, including Cameroon, Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, Tanzania, Ghana, and Swaziland [4,11]
In terms of bodily mapping, too, we find here instead of Deleuze's and Guattari's "body without organs" an insistently figured body with hypertrophied hands and mouths: for all the reproductive pressure on population, this is a text far more orally then genitally fixated, the optimally albeit regretfully closed hands of parish charity-dispensers checking the perpetually open, hungry mouths of the laboring poor.
According to data collected over twenty years from African and Middle Eastern countries, girls today are three times less likely than their mothers to be genitally mutilated, and the rates of incidence in Benin, the Central African Republic, Iraq, Liberia, and Nigeria have dropped almost in half.
Globally 130 million girls and women are genitally mutilated while 2 million are at risk yearly, with the operation being forced on 6000 girls on a daily basis (3).
In Somalia, 96 percent of all the girls between the ages of 4 and 11 are genitally mutilated.
"It facilitated," concludes Rubin, "explorations of the body's sensate capabilities that are rarely available in modern, western societies." We live in corporatist-Puritan society that is genitally fixated; the Catacombs represented a very different sexuality.
In a confusing conflation of multiple ideas in a single short passage, Rowse objects both to the way in which a line in Auden functions as "a piece of bravado" and to Auden's "exposing himself" genitally in his verse.
And it's no wonder she longs for Utah, because the village is menaced by an evil warlord with a name (like much in the performance) not intended for delicate ears, who believes that "the clitoris is evil" The general declares he will destroy the village unless all women are genitally mutilated.
The term "sex" will refer to the biological designation of an individual as a male or female (as genitally defined) and the term "gender" will refer to the socially constructed roles of "female," "male," or combination thereof.
Western, masculinist art history has been obsessed with the female nude, but the image of a contemporary artist as a genitally sexed nude sets off a tireless round of inquisition: what is the meaning of this "obscene" image?