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kinky

adjective Referring to sexual activity and preferences which are regarded as abnormal by the social group to which the person belongs.
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He says: "If my body is alpha male, then I have a finger-sized kinkiness which is Roxanne." Good to know.
The problem is not that there are too many variables, but that it's all variable: a certain but undefined number of partners; a certain but undefined frequency; a precise level of immeasurable kinkiness; an appropriate variety of accessories employed; how much you want or don't want it, or how much you pretend not to care.
The gloves the killers wear lend their perusal of David's body for any lingering signs of life a fetishistic kinkiness. The desired male body, David Kentley's, seen only briefly at the start of the film, becomes the tantalizing meal that can never be consumed, lying always out of reach.
But the public is taking a tougher line on turpitude, VIEWS KINKINESS HAVE HARDENED OVER ,,,, the survey of 4,486 adults, conducted in 2008, found.
Against these false notes, though, one sets the poignancy of Jenny's breaking down, for which she elicits some passing sympathy from Don, Kath's bitter outburst about having had to wait seven years for a baby, and Mack's lonely kinkiness. Virtually all the acting is excellent, and it is probably no more than a matter of firsts among equals to distinguish Pat Bishop's Jenny, who shocks with the rawness of the feeling she gives voice to, Jeanie Drynan's Kath and Graham Kennedy's Mack.
You hardly even sweat anymore when we have sex." When she tries, lamely, to defend herself--"I was never much of a sweater, you know that"--he strikes at the heart of the matter: "The kinkiness is gone.
Apparently we've been somewhat misled about the relative kinkiness of Eisenhower America.
Their one hope then's the prompt recall to nature, To postures even of some preternatural Kinkiness, as in yoga.
I flutter from some proximity to the soul and he smiles in recognition and his eyelids ease, but don't open, he's that disciplined, that confident, so I take him by the shoulders and turn him, enjoying his hand having to twist and squirm out of my jeans, but still he doesn't open his eyes, and I enjoy that too, the kinkiness, the license he's giving me, I envision rope, tying his hands to bedposts, and I steer him, shuffle-walk the captive down the hallway and into the bedroom.
But it must be said that any film that features Steven Berkoff as a gay sugar daddy, ex-Marillion singer Fish as a bondage queen, a randy dwarf, an Orthodox Jew with a size fixation and T'Pau singer Carol Decker expiring from excessive sexual kinkiness has to be worth a look.
For current scholars of Shakespeare the scene's spitting and sword business suggest some kinkiness; Harold Bloom, for example, uses the word "sadomasochism" to characterize Richard's behavior towards Anne.
My first instincts had led me down the twisted but always entertaining path of "whatever-tickles-your-pickle" kinkiness, a major component in Eros' magical puzzle.