heterosexual

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heterosexual

1. a person who is sexually attracted to the opposite sex
2. of or relating to heterosexuality
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Data from national population-based surveys were analyzed to estimate the percentages and numbers of persons with indications for PrEP in each of three transmission-risk populations: MSM, heterosexually active adults, and persons who inject drugs.
In fact, my research shows that bullying based on gender and sexuality takes a huge toll on heterosexually identified young men.
Sex has been heterosexually defined as inserting Tab A into Tab B, but with lesbian sex there is no Tab A.
Ineligible participants (those who were not male, heterosexually active, or between ages of 18-24) were thanked for their interest and dismissed.
Male circumcision for the prevention of heterosexually acquired HIV infection: A meta-analysis of randomized trials involving 11,050 men.
According to the WHO, male circumcision reduces the risk of heterosexually acquiring HIV in men by about 60%.
Not the Australian gay couple who worked for the institutional church; not the lesbian woman who had been in a religious community but was ultimately rejected because of her sexual orientation; not the gay man who had been heterosexually married for most of his life and came to know and accept his gay identity much later; not the mother who counts the Sunday collection in her parish and loves her gay son; not the 24-year-old who is struggling to understand their own gender identity; not the lesbian politician who came to realize that she needed to hear Jesus voice, not the hierarchy's, in discerning, "Can I be a good Catholic and a lesbian?"
Participants were 170 (39.64% male, 60.36% female) heterosexually active, single students from a northeastern university in the United States, with an average age of 23 years.
The video showed models in dresses whose cobwebbed bodices and fraying edges, accessorized with black rose petals and the odd tattoo, suggested not heterosexually coupled bliss but a small sorority of blase Miss Havishams.
Formative research also guided the development of a social marketing campaign designed to increase condom use and HIV/STI testing in heterosexually identified men who have sex with both men and women (Matinez-Donte et al., 2010).