homosexually


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homosexually

(ˌhɒməˈsɛkʃʊəlɪ)
adv
in a homosexual manner
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There are a number of potential causes of abnormal levels of the hormones in that bath: an abnormality in the adrenal glands of the developing fetus or the mother or both; endocrine disrupters/estrogen mimics in the environment, from the likes of plastics, pesticides, and "The Pill"; and stress of all types: physical, mental, or emotional (e.g., there is evidence of a higher incidence of homosexually oriented babies born in the wake of wars than the normal background "noise" could account for).
The local parliamentarian, who spoke that day, did not mention such atrocities in the everyday life of Uganda; instead, she railed against homosexually, supposedly brought to Africa by American and European colonizers.
Privately, he was promiscuous, homosexually oriented alcoholic with liver cirrhosis and epilepsy.
I do not mean to suggest that Hawthorne was homosexually inclined but rather that the intensity of Melville's presence and the implications of this intensity inform Blithedale and its frequent scenes of male tenderness coupled with repudiations of male intimacy.
Physical health complaints among lesbians, gay men, and bisexual and homosexually experienced heterosexual individuals: results from the California Quality of Life Survey.
For example, with regard to conclusions arrived at by my original paper, a recurring view raised by authors such as Mark Medina (Medina, 2008) has been to argue in favour of an essentialist perspective on matters such as being sexual homosexually. Indeed, Medina's paper takes issue with another existential author, the late Hans Cohn, who proposed an argument very much in common with that in my paper.
An Irish judge has said an Iranian who claims he was homosexually raped by a police officer's son in Iran must be considered for refugee status in Ireland.
Sexual sensation seeking: Scale development and predicting AIDS-risk behavior among homosexually active men.
Alcohol and tobacco use patterns among heterosexually and homosexually experienced California women.
Homosexually oriented female alternate identities in female patients may also sexually victimize women, but in this case the assumption of the perpetrator role may also serve to enable the patient to avoid the intense fear of sexual contact with men.
Episcopalians made news in 2003 when New Hampshire Gene Robinson was consecrated the first openly homosexually active bishop in the Anglican world.
Gender-orientation tolerance, measured by whether respondents would agree to having gay persons speak in their community or teach in public schools, and whether they would oppose having homosexually themed books in the library.