Definition of object choice in English:

object choice

Syllabification: ob·ject choice


A person or thing external to the ego chosen as a focus of desire or sexual activity.
More example sentences
  • Another has been that there is no general or systematic difference between sexual orientation groups except their sexual object choice.
  • The first type is homosexual transsexuals, extremely gender-transposed men whose sexual object choice is toward men instead of women.
  • Is it possible human development, including sexual identity, object choice and variable expressions of sexual instinct, can be conceived of differently?

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