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sexual congress

Sexual intercourse, especially between a man and a woman. As there was no hard evidence that sexual congress occurred outside of marriage, the judge was obliged to uphold the prenuptial agreement during the divorce proceedings.
See also: congress, sexual

sexual relations

Sexual intercourse or activity between two or more people. As there was no hard evidence that sexual relations occurred outside of marriage, the judge was obliged to uphold the prenuptial agreement during the divorce proceedings. I hear Jim got fired for having sexual relations with his secretary.
See also: relation, sexual

have (sexual) relations (with someone)

To engage in sexual intercourse or activity (with someone); to have or be in a sexual relationship (with someone). As there was no hard evidence that Mr. Smith's ex-wife had sexual relations outside of marriage, the judge was obliged to uphold the prenuptial agreement during the divorce proceedings. I hear Jim got fired for having relations with his secretary.
See also: have, relation
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This concept is most directly supported by reports of metronidazole-resistant trichomoniasis and genotype-concordant HIV, which have been sexually transmitted between women who reported these behaviors (8,9).
com, says it also partnered with the CDC and the San Francisco health department to provide site users information about sexually transmitted diseases following the syphilis outbreaks.
There's, of course, a group of people who are going to be sexually active no matter what anybody in the government, or anybody's family, says about abstinence," Fleischer said.
That's about four times the incidence found even in the high-risk group of people treated in clinics for a variety of sexually transmitted diseases, he says.
While the sexually innocent woman had symbolized Victorian ideals of moral righteousness, by the 1920s the sexually active woman had become both the celebrated symbol of modern vitality and the feared symbol of unregulated urban life.
Censors, whether feminist or conservative, operate under the mistaken impression that sexually explicit materials are somehow the root cause of anti-social behavior.
This is a fun, effective way to make young people more aware of the dangers of sexually transmitted disease," said Margie Fites Seigle, president and chief executive officer of CFHC.
had not sexually abused anyone since 1993 and had recently completed the Northwestern Ontario Sexual Behaviour Program, including a week-long intensive component of the program.
I thought about the couple of friends in junior high who were sexually active then, and remembered they dropped out soon into high school.
Such screening serves an important public health purpose as well, especially for sexually transmitted disease (STD) control.
Sexually active teenagers are less likely to be happy and more likely to attempt suicide, according to a study from the Heritage Foundation.
Sexually active teens are less likely to be happy, more likely to be depressed and more likely to attempt suicide.
While you were shooting this sexually daring movie role, your husband, John, was headlining that sexually daring musical, Cabaret.
Two new studies highlight the importance of another sexually transmitted disease.
com/reports/c30348) has announced the addition of Sexually Transmitted Infections -- The Silent Menace to their offering.