antisex

antisex

(ˌæntɪˈsɛks)
adj
opposed to human sexual activity
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As contraceptives became widely available in the 1960s, a number of courageous and creative Catholic women began to question their tradition's antisex teachings.
468) The antisex position resonates with cultural conservatives and those who view all sex in the workplace as a threat to efficiency.
I have also used my column as a platform for sex-positive intervention, as a way to push against antipornography, antiprostitution, and antisex work advocates who are not shy about bending facts and reality to suit their purposes.
16) In response to this stereotypical characterization, some third-wave feminists claim to be "less rigid and judgmental than their mothers' generation, which they often represent as antimale, antisex, antifemininity and antifun," depicting their version of feminism as more inclusive and racially diverse than the second-wave.
And young women don't want to be antisex, obviously, and they sure don't want potential lovers to see them as anti-sex.
Responding to her own depiction in the novel as a rabidly antisex feminist who haunts the protagonist's conscience as she enjoys making love with her husband, Schwarzer published an open letter on her website, accusing Roche of writing trashy fiction and betraying the cause of feminism.
In the context of IP, even though patent, copyright, and trademark laws have all moved away from the days of denying wholesale protection for objects like sex toys and works and marks that address sexual matter, underlying antisex or sex-normative judgments continue to percolate up, particularly in copyfight and trademark laws.
Here, Sommers's antisex position (to use the terms of the '80s feminist debate) lines up with Paglia's self-designated "prosex" stance, Paglia claiming not squeamishness about the evocation of sex per se but the specter of radical feminism's (she calls Ensler "the new Andrea Dworkin, minus Medusa hair and rumpled farm overalls") female victimization and male blaming.
Although the military waged an antisex campaign, every military base had prophylactic stations that dispensed condoms and preventive chemical treatments for venereal disease.
All antisex crusaders routinely portray opinions as facts and employ linguistic legerdemain by pairing buzzwords to produce phrases like "sex and violence," "unborn child," "gay agenda," "traditional values," and "partial-birth abortion.
With HPV potentially eliminated, the antisex brigade will lose a card it has regarded as a trump unless it can persuade parents that vaccinating their daughters will turn them into tramps, and that sex today is worse than cancer tomorrow.