gender, quality of being male or female; sexual intercourse, coitus
identify the sex of, determine sex of something; excite, arouse the sexual desires; turn on, arouse in a sexual manner; sex up, make something or someone more appealing or stimulating from a sexual standpoint
of or pertaining to sexual matters; of or relating to sex; of or pertaining to the sexes
As applied to the organism as a whole, the differentiation of the reproductive function and the character of being male and female. Organisms reproduce their kind in various ways: fission, gemmation, parthenogenesis, hermaphrodite reproduction, and sexual reproduction. In the course of evolution, organisms pass from one method to another; the passage from the hermaphrodite method to the one in which the sexes are in separate individuals took place in the animals in the third root-race of this round on this globe, and shortly afterwards in humanity (SD 2:184), the latter then being in the fifth subrace of the third root-race. The process of separation did not occur suddenly, but slowly. This is often called the Fall, and is so in one sense, since it is a descent from spirit toward matter, and was an initiation of the beasts. "THEY (the animals
) BEGAN TO BREED. The TWOFOLD MAN (then
) SEPARATED ALSO. HE (man
) SAID: "LET US AS THEY: LET US UNITE AND MAKE CREATURES.' THEY DID" (ibid.). But from another viewpoint, it was simply a following of the natural course of unfolding progress in evolution. The separation is symbolized by a circle with a vertical diameter.
The hermaphroditic state is repeated in the developing embryo where the organs of both sexes arise from the same germinal layer of cells, and the differentiation does not occur until near the middle of the viable period of fetal life. Today, the orderly unfolding of embryonic cells into a human form is due to following the invisible model which, in keeping with the imbodying ego's karma, is directed by creative spiritual entities and forces.
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All forms of discrimination based on sex, e.g. pay-related, are contrary to EU principles. (See EU citizenship, Fundamental rights)
\sex\, n. [l. sexus: cf. f. sexe.] 1.
the distinguishing peculiarity of male or female in both animals and plants; the physical difference between male and female; the assemblage of properties or qualities by which male is distinguished from female. 2.
one of the two divisions of organic beings formed on the distinction of male and female. 3.
(bot.) (a) the capability in plants of fertilizing or of being fertilized; as, staminate and pistillate flowers are of opposite sexes. (b) one of the groups founded on this distinction.
extramarital sex sex act
sex appeal have sex
sex cell sex organ
Sex: gender, as in male or female. Also refers to sexual intercourse. - (read more on Sex)
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Organisms of many species are specialized into male and female varieties, each known as a sex. Sexual reproduction involves the combining and mixing of genetic traits: specialized cells known as gametes combine to form offspring that inherit traits from each parent. Gametes can be identical in form and function (known as isogamy), but in many cases an asymmetry has evolved such that two sex-specific types of gametes (heterogametes) exist (known as anisogamy).
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ICM Registry operates the .xxx (pronounced "dot triple-X") sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) registry, which is designed for pornography. The ICM Registry operates from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. It is owned by Stuart Lawley.
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may refer to:
- Sex, the biological distinction of an organism between male, female or intersex, defined by the gametes it produces (or the reproductive organs it have), in anisogamous species
- Mating types, a distinction of gametes, whether in anisogamous or isogamous species
- Sexing, the act of discerning the sex of an animal
- Sexual reproduction, a process of combining and mixing genetic traits, associated with the generation of new individuals, by means of meiosis and fertilization
- Recombination, the process of mixing genetic traits solely, occurring both in organisms with sexual or asexual reproduction
- Animal sexual behaviour
- Human sexual activity
- Sexual intercourse, also called copulation or coitus
- Non-penetrative sex, or sexual outercourse
- Gender, the distinction between male and female or masculinity and femininity within an individual's gender identity
- Human sexuality
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Sexual activity where precautions, e.g. the use of condoms, are taken against the transmission of diseases, notably AIDS. Origin
Originated in the US in the 1980s following the rise in the number of cases of HIV and AIDS. Meaning
A type of novel where the plot revolves around the affluent consumer lifestyle and sexual encounters of the characters. Origin
Came into prominence during the 1980s.
1. activities associated with sexual intercourse; "they had sex in the back seat"
(synonym) sexual activity, sexual practice, sex activity
(hypernym) bodily process, body process, bodily function, activity
(derivation) arouse, excite, turn on, wind up
2. either of the two categories (male or female) into which most organisms are divided; "the war between the sexes"
(hypernym) class, category, family
3. all of the feelings resulting from the urge to gratify sexual impulses; "he wanted a better sex life"; "the film contained no sex or violence"
(synonym) sexual urge
(derivation) arouse, excite, turn on, wind up
4. the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles; "she didn't want to know the sex of the foetus"
(synonym) gender, sexuality
(hypernym) physiological property
(hyponym) maleness, masculinity
1. stimulate sexually; "This movie usually arouses the male audience"
(synonym) arouse, excite, turn on, wind up
(hypernym) stimulate, shake, shake up, excite, stir
(derivation) sexual urge
2. tell the sex (of young chickens)
(hypernym) distinguish, separate, differentiate, secern, secernate, severalize, severalise, tell, tell apart
The biological categories of females and males.
abb. N M
Sextus (Roman praenomen); (abb. Sex.)
[Sun Users' Group & elsewhere] n. 1. Software EXchange. A technique invented by the blue-green algae hundreds of millions of years ago to speed up their evolution, which had been terribly slow up until then. Today, SEX parties are popular among hackers and others (of course, these are no longer limited to exchanges of genetic software). In general, SEX parties are a Good Thing
, but unprotected SEX can propagate a virus
. See also pubic directory
. 2. The rather Freudian mnemonic often used for Sign EXtend, a machine instruction found in the PDP-11 and many other architectures. The RCA 1802 chip used in the early Elf and SuperElf personal computers had a `SEt X register' SEX instruction, but this seems to have had little folkloric impact. The Data General instruction set also had
DEC's engineers nearly got a PDP-11 assembler that used the
SEX mnemonic out the door at one time, but (for once) marketing wasn't asleep and forced a change. That wasn't the last time this happened, either. The author of "The Intel 8086 Primer", who was one of the original designers of the 8086, noted that there was originally a
SEX instruction on that processor, too. He says that Intel management got cold feet and decreed that it be changed, and thus the instruction was renamed
CWD (depending on what was being extended). Amusingly, the Intel 8048 (the microcontroller used in IBM PC keyboards) is also missing straight
SEX but has logical-or and logical-and instructions
The Motorola 6809, used in the Radio Shack Color Computer and in U.K.'s `Dragon 32' personal computer, actually had an official
SEX instruction; the 6502 in the Apple II with which it competed did not. British hackers thought this made perfect mythic sense; after all, it was commonly observed, you could (on some theoretical level) have sex with a dragon, but you can't have sex with an apple.
n. sort; sex, a. some = adv. it is genial or natural Ysglen =
n. a sex, a kind Ystlen =
n. a sex, a kind
identifies the biological differences between women and men.
Fear of sexual abuse Fear of sexual intercourse Fear of sexual love or sexual questions Fear of sex Fear of the opposite sex
Also known as Sexophobia Fear of sexual perversion Fear of virgins or young girls
The distinguishing peculiarity of male or female in both animals and plants; the physical difference between male and female; the assemblage of properties or qualities by which male is distinguished from female.
The capability in plants of fertilizing or of being fertilized; as, staminate and pistillate flowers are of opposite sexes.
One of the two divisions of organic beings formed on the distinction of male and female.
One of the groups founded on this distinction.
A combining form meaning six; as, sexdigitism; sexennial.
SEX IN DREAMS
Having sex in a dream indicates one of two things. The first and most common is for the dreamer to get intimate with their male / female side. In cases where, due to upbringing, a person is too male (e.g. causing them to repress their feelings) or too female (e.g. causing them to lack confidence in themselves) the dream tries to heal this by representing their male or female side as desirable. The dream wants both male and female sides of the self to share a closeness in an uninhibited way. This sharing restores balance to the dreamer so they can draw on the strength inherent in the aspect of their nature they were repressing. Many people are shocked to find themselves having sex in a dream with a person of the same sex. This still has the same meaning. A woman having sex with another woman in a dream is still a healing device intended to put the dreamer in close contact with her heart / feelings.
Dreams can also include members of the family in sexual roles with the dreamer. Here the intent is to use an existing loving relationship as a pull to seduce the dreamer into have sex and therefore accept the healing the dream is offering.
Where a dreamer is able to be honest to themselves in private but puts on 'an air' or represses their feelings in public they can dream about having sex in public. Again the purpose of the dream is the same but here it is also asking the dreamer to not be afraid of being honest with themselves in front of others.
The second reason for dreaming about having sex is to heal the dreamer of the fact that they are currently not having sex with their partner. In this case the dream attempts to heal stress or whatever impact abstinence is having on the relationship.
Formation of new organism containing genetic material from more than a single parent. Link to a a lecture on the evolution of sex.
large cloth bag(s) used as containers for such things as potatoes, cement, etc.: “sex of manure”
, “corn sex”
totally pathetic sexually attractive person extremely sexually attractive person catch-phrase expressing adherence to an ethos of partying, drinking, indulging in sex and basically having a good time above all else
person who has a lot of sex
sexually attractive man
sexually attractive woman
The physical difference between male and female in animals.
In the human species the male is called man, and the female, woman. Some human beings whose sexual organs are somewhat imperfect, have acquired the name of hermaphrodite.
In the civil state the sex creates a difference among individuals. Women cannot generally be elected or appointed to offices or service in public capacities. In this our law agrees with that of other nations. The civil law excluded women from all offices civil or public: Faemintae ab omnibus officiis civilibus vel publicis remotae sunt. The principal reason of this exclusion is to encourage that modesty which is natural to the female sex, and which renders them unqualified to mix and contend with men; the pretended weakness of the sex is not probably the true reason.
This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.
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