antisexual

antisexual

(ˌæntɪˈsɛkʃʊəl)
n
a person opposed to sexuality or sexual activity
adj
opposed to sexuality or sexual activity
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We have had an antisexual harassment law since 1995.
The Monty Python member claimed the antisexual harassment campaign had led to a "world of victims".
Speaking on the occasion, a women rights activist, Amina Zaman said that antisexual harassment law aims at creating a working environment that is safe from harassment, abuse and intimidation and enables women across the country to maximize their work productivity and contribute towards the country's development.
" I do not understand why girls are being asked to sign the antisexual harassment affidavit.
Organisation C does not have any circular, material or an AntiSexual Harassment Policy that specifically prohibits sexual harassment in the workplace.
The function is clearest, of course, in utopias--whether positive and idyllic, like Morris's News from Nowhere, or horrific, like Orwell's 1984, a vision of an urban, controlled, automatic, antisexual society of total government.
(15) For example, Naomi Wolf refers to second-wave feminism as "victim feminism" and portrays it as "sexually judgmental, even antisexual," "judgmental of other women's sexuality and appearance," and "self-righteous." (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.
(8.) Hunt argues that efforts like the antimasturbation campaign (the focus of Hunt's study) were "formed by a conjunction between the tradition of antisexual feminism and social imperialist anxieties about the fate of the empire" (582).
There's a sort of abandon and absurdity in songs such as "Antisexual," "Freedom War Machine" and "End of the Line," a sense of screaming and laughing at the same time.
Notwithstanding a lengthy comparison with the flood, language is said to be helpless to express the 'unspeakable' of the young boy's condition, a mixture of pain and despair that the older Baldwin here couches ultimately in very abstract terms, taken from the vocabulary of the 1960s: 'Yes it does mean something-something unspeakable to be born in a white country, an Anglo-Teutonic, antisexual country, black' (FNT, p304).
victim feminism charges women to identify with powerlessness even at the expense of taking responsibility for the power they do possess; is sexually judgmental, even antisexual [sic] ...
challenged [her] to do the same, and so," Willis argues, "even when the content was antiwoman, antisexual, in a sense antihuman the form encouraged [her] struggle for liberation." (19) And in those words we can hear the future of Joan Morgan and Imani Perry writing through the perils of working as black feminist hip-hop heads and Kandia Crazyhorse reassembling southern rock from the vantage point of the black feminist critic and Daphne Carr working her way through Trent Reznor's industrial maze of white masculine millennial despair.