intercrural


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in·ter·cru·ral

(in'tĕr-krū'răl),
Between two crura (for example, the crus cerebri or the cerebral peduncles of the brain).

intercrural

(ĭn″tĕr-krū′răl) [″ + crus, limb]
Between two crura.
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(5.) Contrary to the idealized representation of male-male intercrural sex on archaic and classical vases where the erastes and erdmenos face one another during penetration (Shapiro 1992, Fig.
Skin samples (2 cm2) were taken from the footpad, wing, dorsum, abdomen, head and intercrural membrane and immersed overnight in 4% paraformaldehyde in 0.06 M phosphate buffer (pH 7.3) solution.
The average skin thickness of the intercrural membrane was 148+-9 um.
In any case, intercrural, rather than anal, sex is the copulation of
That the thighs were a focus of homoerotic desire is also evident, naturally, in the practice of intercrural intercourse between erastes and eromenos.
These included prescribing intercrural intercourse to obviate penetration, the body metaphor for the loss of autonomy, and relationships of short duration to discourage emotional involvement.
Although the contributors do inform us of what the world religions have to say about anal, oral, and intercrural intercourse between persons of the same sex, no common denominator of "homosexuality" links the contributors' analyses in a single interrogative rubric.
In these other sites of conversation and conversion, males learned of the ways of the world by attending parties with women, engaging in intercrural sex, and through stick fighting and other forms of "battle." The rituals of labor migration and the adoption of new clothes also signified their ascension to manhood and entrance into the community of senior men.
Por otra parte, Farahani & Nooranipour realizaron la medicion del angulo intercrural en 12 estapedios, utilizando microscopia electronica y obtuvieron un angulo promedio de 19,5 grados (DE 2,3).
Dover endorsed the popular view that Greek homosexuality was almost exclusively intergenerational (as illustrated, for instance, by the front cover of Thomas Scanlon's 2000 book, Eros and Greek Athletics, which shows a red-figure decoration on a late 6th-century BCE Athenian cup), adding that intercrural intercourse, in which the younger partner remained standing and unaroused and did not adopt a submissive posture, was the preferred mode of sexual contact between males.
We aimed to demonstrate its behavior in relation to diaphragm crura and in particular with the median arcuate ligament or intercrural, trying to provide anatomical data on this syntrophy.