Translation of sexual in Spanish:

sexual

Pronunciation: /ˈsekʃuəl/

adj

  • [attraction/stereotype] sexual sexual abuse abusos (mpl) deshonestos (rape) violación (f) the sexual act el acto sexual, el coito sexual assault agresión (feminine) sexual sexual harassment acoso (m) or hostigamiento (m) sexual sexual intercourse relaciones (feminine plural) sexuales sexual organs órganos (masculine plural) sexuales
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    • This was physical attraction, sexual temptation, nothing more.
    • Automobiles, contact sports, uncontrolled sexual activity - all ripe for criminalizing.
    • Integral to Wagnerian ideology is a belief that all sense of individual identity vanishes during sexual activity.
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    • This cultural code expresses contempt for the body; devalues race, gender and sexual difference; and is fixated on ownership and control.
    • The award-winning British play promises a salacious good time with its decidedly postmodern take on gender and sexual power relationships in the middle ages.
    • It is often based on systematic observation, and can serve as a genuinely useful tool for expanding our concepts of sexual and gender possibilities.

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