intimate part

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

intimate part

Sexology Any primary genital area–groin, inner thigh, buttock or breast. See Boundary violation.
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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.
He really did fight hard until the end and for me personally it was a privilege to share some of the most intimate parts of his life and be there for him.
We used printed towels to cover their more intimate parts, but when we had finished the shoot we realised the words were the wrong way round - so they had to take their clothes off again and do it all over.
According to the Boston Globe, the bill signed by Patrick changes the wording of the law to "the sexual or other intimate parts of a person under or around the person's clothing.
The legislation says anyone who tries to photograph another person's sexual or intimate parts without that person's consent would face a maximum penalty of more than two years in jail and a $5,000 fine.
One of Optic Nerve's reports said: "A surprising number of people use webcams to show intimate parts of their body to the other person.
It means that each partner can make sure they still hit the spot, while being miles away, by simply dragging their finger over a diagram of their significant other's intimate parts.
They tell me the most personal and intimate parts of their lives and trust me.
Then followed what has become known as the "bunga bunga" session, "which took place in a disco-like room where the female participants engaged in dressing up, striptease and erotic dances, touching each other or touching and being touched in their intimate parts by Silvio Berlusconi.
Families are intimate parts of lives and, at any age, are at least tangentially associated with transitioning.
Among the topics are kakva and cakva as two knives from northeast Anatolia, assigning a matrix language in Turkic language contacts, the copula in the Eastern Black Sea dialects, dialects and peoples in Orhan Kemal's Adana novels, two types of complement clauses in Turkish, sociolinguistic and ethno-linguistic aspects of Turkish texts in Georgian script, inalienability and syncopation in Turkish, converbs as depictive secondary predicates in South Siberian Turkic, two velar verb suffixes as the intimate parts of Altaic, and some examples from Inner Asian of internal contact between Turkic languages.