homosexually


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homosexually

(ˌhɒməˈsɛkʃʊəlɪ)
adv
in a homosexual manner
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But there are some people, who don't know the church's teaching distinguishing between orientation and activity, who view being homosexually oriented as sinful.
Fathers and their homosexually inclined sons in childhood.
Here, then, is the missing seven percent (or so), men who behave homosexually but don't label themselves as "gay.
Another issue concerning repressed homosexually oriented priests is raised by a variety of commentators.
There is no historical justification for regarding Richard II as homosexually inclined.
Bath water filled his lungs and he had been homosexually used.
1999) `Injecting drug use and knowledge and self-report of hepatitis C among Australian gay and homosexually active men', Drug and Alcohol Review, 18 (3), pp.
Men of color: A context for service for homosexually active men.
At the same time, it asks to relimit gay identity to those homosexually active men who take on a traditionally "feminine" persona, implying that stigma based upon gender unorthodoxy and genital sexual contact is acceptable and deserved by those who must suffer from it.
While the above stories depict the confusion of sexual "coming of age," many depict the complications of adults trying to love homosexually but also across racial and class divisions.
In this sense, both Kinbote's homosexually desiring body and his deluded psyche become the territory across which we are invited to pleasure in Nabokov's ludic postmodernism.