sociosexual


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sociosexual

Sexology
adjective Referring to the (human) social aspects of sexuality.

Zoology
adjective Referring to sexual relationships between animals in groups, which relates to social hierarchy—e.g., alpha-male status, sneaky mating, etc.
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Beyond global sociosexual orientations: A more differentiated look at sociosexuality and its effects on courtship and romantic relationships.
El cuestionario incluia un modulo de preguntas sociodemograficas, la ECInI (Klavina, Buunk & Park, 2009) y tres escalas de validacion: la escala de competencia intrasexual (Buunk & Fisher, 2009), la escala de orientacion sociosexual (Penke, 2010) y medidas de valor como pareja (Kirsner, Figueredo & Jacobs, 2003).
Yet the metaphor is ambiguous, since fruit picked early by others in order to compel premature ripening would seem to conflict with her analysis of women's own agency in "ripening" themselves in Caribglobal contexts of sociosexual constraint and domination.
Irish people are no longer prepared to follow the diktat of the church in sociosexual matters.
Another report demonstrated that mating and mating or noncontact sociosexual interaction induced c-Fos expression in spinal neurons and co-localized with androgen-sensitive neurons.
On the other hand, evolutionary behavioural scientists have also demonstrated that a wide variety of evidence indicates that while humans are of course capable of engaging in uncommitted sexual activity, human sexuality likely evolved to have somewhat socially monogamous long-term sociosexual relationships with tendencies for sexual polygyny (Gray & Garcia, 2013).
It is, indeed, a matter of queer the sociosexual paradigms for Mexico not in any activist sense of changing the way things are but, precisely, to account for the way things are, behind congealed public discourses that are the consequence of hegemonic power paradigms (e.
Recorded data, including photographs, were used to later categorize behaviors following definitions of affiliative and sociosexual behavioral events for captive beluga whales described by Recchia (3) (Table 1).
Dreaming her father back from the dead, she longs for him to speak a language that would correspond to who she really is ("moi") rather than assimilating her into a linguistic order structured by sociosexual hierarchies.
A medida que la relacion entre Christian y Anastasia <<avanza>> (gracias al poder del amor), las practicas normativamente liminales--BDSM, uso de juguetes eroticos, repulsa (inicial) de fines reproductivos--son resignificadas y reinscritas en la <<normalidad>> sociosexual.
By revealing childhood hurt and confusion over transgendering, she legitimates the importance of replacing people in the sociosexual roles that suit their bodies and inborn needs.