nonsexual

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nonsexual

(nɒnˈsɛksjʊəl)
adj
not of, relating to, or characterized by sex or sexuality
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Adj.1.nonsexual - not having or involving sex; "an asexual spore"; "asexual reproduction"
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Reactive nonsexually related acute genital ulcers: review of cases evaluated at Mayo Clinic.
Age-appropriate pelvic examination for girls and nonsexually active adolescents usually is limited to an external genital exam to evaluate the anatomy and note the sexual maturity rating (Tanner stage), an important indicator of normal pubertal development.
Differences between sexually victimized and nonsexually victimized male adolescent sexual abusers: Developmental antecedents and behavioral comparisons.
Table 1 Demographic profile of male genital ulcer (MGU) and comparison of sexually transmitted ulcer (STU) and nonsexually transmitted ulcer (Non-STU).
2] Among women, nonsexually transmitted RTIs are generally more common.
During 1988-2010, several case reports described 4 children and 4 adults with nonsexually transmitted infections with H.
who loves other women, sexually and/or nonsexually.
However, while juvenile sex offenders are not likely to commit another sex offense, they are at significant risk of reoffending nonsexually.
It is also one of very few known studies which: 1) employs a rigorous definition of CSA, 2) utilizes a well-matched comparison group of nonsexually abused females, and 3) examines maternal perceptions of family environment as a moderator in the CSA-teenage pregnancy/childbearing relationships.
Youth who met federal registration criteria (n =67) were no more likely to reoffend, sexually or nonsexually, than youth who did not meet registration criteria (n = 41).
Audre Lorde's nowcanonical celebration of the erotic, Alice Walker's description of the womanist's love for "other women, sexually and/or nonsexually," and Tricia Rose's Longing to Tell, a collection of black women's sexual histories, all epitomize critical ruptures in the silence surrounding black female sexuality.
Following Walker, Christian womanist roots its origins in black folk expression "You acting womanish", emphasizes a sensibility where black women love men and woman, sexually or nonsexually, and distinguish themselves from white feminism by being "committed to survival and wholeness of entire people, male and female.