Translation of homosexual in Spanish:

homosexual

homosexual, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌhoʊməˈsɛkʃ(u)əl/ /ˌhɒmə(ʊ)ˈsɛkʃʊəl/ /ˌhəʊmə(ʊ)ˈsɛkʃʊəl/

Definition of homosexual in Spanish

adjective

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    homosexual
    • Britain had decriminalized homosexual acts in private between consenting adults in the Sexual Offenses Act 1967.
    • Sexual temptation, including homosexual temptation, is not sinful.
    • Do they find themselves having to refrain from acting upon homosexual urges because their chosen lifestyle is heterosexual?
    • By contrast, consenting homosexual acts involving adults are essentially victimless and harmless.
    • Throughout his life, homosexual acts were illegal in Britain.
    • The two, who play at hating each other in school, share a deep bond that contains a heavy strain of homosexual attraction.
    • Most such clients are deeply ambivalent about their homosexual attractions.
    • His predilection for favourites, whether or not based on homosexual attraction, was politically disastrous.
    • A third of the men still occasionally felt strong homosexual desire and even daydreamed about having gay sex.
    • This does not exclude the existence of pockets of the urban population with unrealized homosexual desires.
    • I was under the impression that homosexual acts were common across many species of animal.
    • Unwanted sexual experiences are common in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships.
    • As somebody who's not felt homosexual temptation, I don't go around handing out free advice to those who do.
    • Adolescents may have had both heterosexual and homosexual attractions and experiences.
    • Many species of insects and spiders engage in homosexual behavior.
    • The private, homosexual acts of consenting adults should not be up for regulation or policing.
    • After the Righter trial, the way was open for bishops to ordain sexually active homosexual persons if they so chose.
    • Baker became the first jazz musician to attract a strong homosexual following.
    • According to the police, he posted the photos in an effort to attract homosexual admirers.
    • First of all, I don't ask people if they're homosexual, lesbian or heterosexual.
    • The idea that homosexual men and lesbians form a ‘community’ is also a part of politically correct fantasy.
    • The women claimed the ruling threatened unmarried heterosexual couples as well as homosexual and lesbian ones.
    • Even before she recognised that she was happy in a lesbian relationship she had homosexual friends.
    • She said that she's been in that situation before both with homosexual men and lesbian women.
    • The first was a high profile case in Glasgow in which a lesbian couple tried to deny parental rights to the homosexual father who donated sperm for their baby.
    • One of the most common misconceptions about homosexual people is how our sexuality is determined.
    • Before the lifting of the ban, some gay and lesbian soldiers already were known by their peers to be homosexual.
    • I have got both heterosexual and homosexual friends.
    • More than half of these were for homosexual men.
    • Kinsey claimed that 13 percent of men and 7 percent of women are exclusively homosexual.
    • The Presbyterian Church has effectively become the first New Zealand denomination to allow homosexual ministers.
    • Lots of emphasis is likely to be placed on the effect that the Government's proposals for a civil partnerships register is going to have on homosexual couples.
    • A gay university chaplain is calling for more tolerance as a dispute over homosexual priests threatens to split the Anglican church.

noun

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    homosexual masculine, feminine
    • Many landmark cases saw homosexuals gaining more rights under Canadian and American laws.
    • The Internet has done a lot to increase the self-esteem of young, confused homosexuals.
    • Gay rights advocates celebrated it as an important step forward in the struggle for legal equality for homosexuals.
    • Some say that acceptance is the key to solving the problems of homosexuals.
    • A survey into crime against homosexuals is helping open the door on the gay scene in Newry and Mourne.
    • Homosexuals aren't exactly a tiny minority.
    • Both homosexuals and heterosexuals can choose to be faithful or unfaithful.
    • Many of the creators, critics, and collectors who have so enriched the arts are male homosexuals.
    • The whole movie is an examination of real life for homosexuals before The Wall was torn down.
    • Both of these films are about repressed homosexuals in the army.