intimate part

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Any primary genital area—groin, inner thigh, buttock or breast—of a human
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intimate part

Sexology Any primary genital area–groin, inner thigh, buttock or breast. See Boundary violation.
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References in classic literature ?
She looked at the scene as from a long way off, without interest, herself an alien, no longer an intimate part of the earth and trees and flowers she loved so well.
Thanks to this first-ever menstrual product labeling requirement, NewYorkers will no longer have to guess what ingredients are in products they use in and on the most intimate parts of their bodies."
I easily penetrated the most intimate parts of the Slovak boheme.
(https://statelaws.findlaw.com/new-york-law/new-york-indecent-exposure-laws.html) According to Find Law , "New York criminalizes exposure of a person, one of several offenses 'against public sensibilities,' where a person appears in a public place and exposes [or does not clothe] the private or intimate parts of his or her body." According to the city's laws, anyone charged with public exposure faces up to 15 days in prison and a fine of $250.
A jury heard how Evans, 39, encouraged his victim to reveal intimate parts of her body.
He was convicted of six counts of sexual activity, including claims he touched intimate parts of the girl's body, following an eight-day trial.
The fan had complained that Elyana did not cover her hair, regarded by many as part of 'aurat' or intimate parts for Muslim women, although the singer is suffering from Stage Four cancer.
CELTIC'S Europa League rivals Zenit St Petersburg have been hammered by the Russian FA after fans displayed "intimate parts of their bodies" during a league match.
In that September hearing the tribunal found that the 35-yearold's offer to clear his desk and have sex on it was "admitted and proven" as was another offer to show her his intimate parts but the allegations that he kissed her and said "having lots of sex makes you healthy" was not.
He then sent a number of graphic images of his genitals and intimate parts of his body.