solitary sex

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solitary sex

A sexual act by a single person, usually private, often understood to mean masturbation. Cf Consensual sex.
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This questionnaire has three factors: the first factor "conventional sex", related items include the most common sexual behaviors; the second factor is "Not very conventional and solitary sex" and the third factor "nonconventional and/or violent sex".
The riddle of the Welshman's bizarre death appeared resolved last year after a top level police probe concluded he may have died by accident during a solitary sex experiment.
On the first occasion on May 25 a young woman was walking along a road in Wallasey looking at her mobile phone when she looked up to see a man completely nakedand performing a solitary sex act.
Swearing takes its place alongside some nudity and a bit of sex, or rather a solitary sex act that Blanche accepts might ruffle a few feathers, even if that was never the intention.
Their solitary sex scene is shot like a perfume advertisement.
The development comes amid reports that officers investigating the death have become convinced it was caused by a solitary sex game that went wrong.
Kristian, 32, was found dead in his flat by his ex-boyfriend on Monday morning, reportedly after a solitary sex game went wrong.
I thus find the socio-economic argument of Solitary Sex far-fetched and ultimately reductionist, showing insufficient appreciation that there were different parties, each with its own agenda and separate reasons for jumping on the anti-masturbation bandwagon.
A scholarly survey of a seldom discussed subject which the author claims is the world's most common sexual practice: Solitary Sex:.
Title: Solitary Sex: A Cultural History of MasturbationAuthor: Thomas W.
So you had a one solitary sex session with your sister-in-law .
Take an example sometimes cited by opponents of proportionalism: the solitary sex act.