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I got more and more politically active and just followed the course of feminism and sexual liberation.
I see the effects of sexual and gender liberation all around me, just like you do, but I don't have a sense of being in the majority.
I am concerned about the growing problem of sexual abuse and exploitation of our children.
There are some scary statistics out there: one in five kids aged 10-17 have received a sexual solicitation or approach via the Internet.
The photographs of Iraqi prisoners being subjected to degrading and humiliating treatment by their captors, and the reports of acts of sexual abuse, physical abuse, and other acts of maltreatment shock the conscience.
Our sexual lives are maintained by the shadow side and the light side, so the more we can understand and embrace enlightenment, the less need there is for chemical enhancement.
Sexual dreams aren't usually about sex.
The backseat produced the sexual revolution.
People who would never think of dealing in racial or sexual stereotypes will still throw in a fat joke because it's still OK. Really?
Many of my poems are not sexual.
It's not that sexual liberation or feminist messages are dead.
My exile was not only a physical one, motivated exclusively by political reasons; it was also a moral, social, ideological and sexual exile.
I want viewers to relate to me on a different level, not just a sexual level.
Another interesting field, which is my own, is cofactors, not only to the disease but also to transmission. I am still puzzled by the fact that you get more sexual transmission in some ethnic populations. One way to answer this is to look for genetic factors.
We live in a country where people still get beaten to death because of their sexual orientation.
We're making far too big a deal out of our sexual preferences. It's just another form of narcissism, and I think it can be a big problem and a tremendous obstacle.
Like Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, and so many others before me, sexual imagery has always been a part of my photography.
I have a big passion about civil rights for everyone - whoever is being downtrodden at the moment, it doesn't matter: racial discrimination or sexual orientation or gender. Whatever it is, I'm there. I think I was a born civil rights activist. I can't stand the smashing of a community. It's not fair and it's not right.
I don't think I'm particularly sexual, no more than anyone else, though I am very creative.
'Rhye' clearly plays with notions of sexual identity, and it has made a concerted effort to keep its own identity mysterious. Its love songs are gender-neutral, the members have declined to appear in their own videos, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a photo of the duo that doesn't cast them in shadows.
Although the detail of our sexual energies and their objects and objectives vastly vary, the existence of our sexuality itself is an undeniable truth.
Sex in a woman's world has the same currency a penny has in a man's. Every penny saved is a penny earned in one world and in the next every sexual adventure is a literary experience.
I don't see men or women as my sexual objects. I keep myself out of that equation.
I like exotic guys who have a lot of sexual energy. I drive army tanks and I snowboard, so he has to keep up.
The right diet directs sexual energy into the parts that matter.
There will come a time when very few will care about other people's sexual preference - or preferences.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Leonardo da Vinci
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Francis of Assisi
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