sexual attraction

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Noun1.sexual attraction - attractiveness on the basis of sexual desire
attractiveness, attraction - the quality of arousing interest; being attractive or something that attracts; "her personality held a strange attraction for him"
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When the 20-year-old victim did not oblige to his sexual interest, they had a fight.
A judge said Robert Davies had a "disturbing and unhealthy sexual interest in female children".
Det Daly Detective Superintendent Declan Daly told perverts: "It should serve as a stark warning that your homes will be searched, your sexual interest in children will be exposed and it will result in possible prosecution.
But he was still slow to realise his own sexual interest in children, Teesside Crown Court heard.
Professor Cynthia Graham, of the Centre for Sexual Health Research at the University of Southampton and lead author on the paper, said: "When it comes to understanding low sexual interest in men and women, our findings show us that its all about how the relationship works.
But the same trend was not seen in men, for whom there was no statistical difference between self-reported lack of sexual interest among those in longerlasting or shorter relationships.
Newcastle Crown Court heard Aldridge was on bail for that offence when, a few months later, he told a community psychiatric nurse that he had a sexual interest in children and may have downloaded some indecent material.
These facts suggest that we need to know what normal sexual practices are before we label a legal sexual interest as anomalous," he said.
He said: "This is not a defendant who clearly has a sexual interest in children and seeks to hide it to get access to children whenever he can.
You had a sexual interest in schoolgirls dating back to at least 2009 as you searched the internet for 'sex with teacher.
But prosecutors said the allegations from seven children demonstrated "a pattern of behaviour", which was "his sexual interest in children".
The Crown accepts that Hill has the primary culpability and clearly demonstrates a sexual interest in children, and tells Donnachie about this.