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homosexual
01. There is still a great deal of discrimination against [homosexuals] based on their sexual orientation.
02. I hope that some day [homosexuality] will be simply seen as another way of being, not as some kind of sickness or sign of immorality.
03. In most countries of the world, marriage between [homosexuals] is not permitted.
04. Contrary to the stereotype, not all [homosexual] men have effeminate voices.
05. According to an article I read some years ago, suicide is significantly higher among [homosexual] teens than among the straight population.
06. A young man was beaten up in a local high school after trying to start a club for [homosexual] students.
07. In the past, psychologists often classified [homosexuality] as a form of mental illness.
08. Becky Rodenbeck once said that most men who are not married by the age of thirty-five are either [homosexual] or really smart.
09. During World War One, the punishment for [homosexuality] in the French army was execution.
10. British author Oscar Wilde served two years at hard labor after being found guilty of having a [homosexual] relationship with another man.
11. He often hangs out at a gay bar with his [homosexual] friends.
12. In 1994, the British government voted overwhelmingly to reduce the age of consent for [homosexual] men from 21 to 18.
13. In 1969, customers at a gay bar in New York clashed with police in an incident considered by many to be the birth of the [homosexual] rights movement.

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  • homosexual — HOMOSEXUÁL, Ă, homosexuali, e, s.m. şi f. Persoană care practică homosexualitatea; pederast. [pr.: xu al] – Din fr. homosexuel. Trimis de gall, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  HOMOSEXUÁL s. (med.) invertit, pederast, (prin Transilv.) buzerant. Trimis …   Dicționar Român

  • homosexual — (adj.) 1892, in C.G. Chaddock s translation of Krafft Ebing s Psychopathia Sexualis, from Ger. homosexual, homosexuale (by 1880, in Gustav Jäger), from homo , comb. form of Gk. homos same (see HOMO (Cf. homo ) (1)) + Latin based SEXUAL (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • homosexual — adjetivo 1. De la homosexualidad: Aquel chico es un líder del movimiento homosexual. adjetivo,sustantivo masculino y femenino 1. Que siente atracción sexual por individuos del mismo sexo: Es un local muy frecuentado por homosexuales …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • homosexual — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ feeling or involving sexual attraction to people of one s own sex. ► NOUN ▪ a homosexual person. DERIVATIVES homosexuality noun homosexually adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • homosexual — [hō΄mō sek′sho͞o əl, hō΄məsek′sho͞o əl] adj. [see HOMO ] of or characterized by sexual desire for those of the same sex as oneself n. a homosexual individual homosexuality [hō΄mə sek΄al′ə tē] n. homosexually adv …   English World dictionary

  • homosexual — 1. relativo, perteneciente o que indica el mismo sexo. 2. persona atraída sexualmente por miembros del mismo sexo. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

  • homosexual — pronounced either hom or hohm , is still the term used in more formal contexts, although gay has become the usual word in everyday language …   Modern English usage

  • homosexual — [adj] sexually attracted to the same sex gay, homoerotic, homophile, lesbian; concept 372 …   New thesaurus

  • homosexual — (De homo y sexual). 1. adj. Dicho de una persona: Con tendencia a la homosexualidad. U. t. c. s.) 2. Dicho de una relación erótica: Que tiene lugar entre individuos del mismo sexo. 3. Perteneciente o relativo a la homosexualidad …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Homosexual — Homosexualité Sexologie et sexualité Sexualité Sexualité humaine Amour Libido …   Wikipédia en Français


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