homosexual

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homosexual

adjective gay, gay person, homophile, lesbian
Associated concepts: gay marriage, gay rights
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Fillit, that at some future time, we may be able to detect a little boy whose testosterone isn't the right level, right at birth perhaps, and prevent this child from growing up to be a homosexually oriented person?
Result of the 1998 beyond 2000: Sexual health survey--sexual health and practices of gay, bisexual and homosexually active men in New York City.
I found that the rate of homosexually displaying pairs was significantly lower than one would expect by chance.
Cretella noted that homosexually behaving teens and young adults suffer increased rates of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addictions and suicidal thoughts.
One of Caravaggio's rivals--the apparently homosexually inclined but sexually abstinent Guido Reni--similarly imposed Caravaggio's head upon the decapitated Goliath, making his own David Contemplating the Head of Goliath (Louvre) a censorious comment upon what contemporaries perceived to be the sexual irregularities of Caravaggio's life.
But these are precisely the issues that lie at the heart of the theological ambiguity of Homosexualitatis problema, which moves from the "problem" of homosexual acts, taken by themselves, to the "condition" that gives rise to them in homosexually constituted persons.
Semi-straight sort of sex": Class and gay community attachment explored within a framework of older homosexually active men.
But the larger purpose was to initiate a debate over a media double standard in which virtually all aspects of public figures' private lives were open for scrutiny--except homosexually.
Romando was struggling as a ``person who is about to be homosexually raped,'' Houchin contended.
Even those who are his most ardent defenders, people who maintain he is innocent of the molestation charges, insist that he is homosexually inclined.
The willingness of this church to ordain the man is seen as a direct challenge to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada which had refused to accept him as a candidate for ministry in 1988 because of his refusal to give up his homosexually active lifestyle (Lifesitenews, 7 May 2008).
El-Rouayheb insists that the taboo against homosexually was so strong--and so universally obeyed--that these men could not possibly have experienced homosexual desire in our understanding of the term.