Sexual desire or activity directed toward a member of one's own sex.
the romantic and sexual attraction to the same-sex partner; a sexual orientation.
Sexual attraction and relationships between individuals of the same gender.
(HO·mo·SEX·u·AL·i·ty). Sexual desire, feeling, or behavior directed toward a person or persons of one's own sex. Homosexual conduct was forbidden in the Hebrew Scriptures and in the New Testament.
Sexual relationships with individuals of the same gender.
Sexual attraction for individuals of the same sex. H08713. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.
a sexual attraction to (or sexual relations with) persons of the same sex
a criminal offence in Nigeria but gay rights groups made their first ever appearance at the country s fourth national AIDS conference in the capital Abuja this week
Feeling romantic, emotional, and sexual attraction to members of the same sex; a normal sexual orientation of no known cause; see also bisexuality and heterosexuality as well as gay and lesbian
Homosexuality another word for Gay. The feelings of sexual desire of someone of the same sex as you.
Sexual and emotional attraction between people of the same sex. Also known as gay for men and lesbian for women.
A primary or exclusive attraction to individuals of one's own sex.
being sexually attracted to members of the same sex
A sexual orientation leading to a choice of partners of the same sex.
Sexual attraction toward members of the same sex. Fear of confronting such feelings provides a powerful motivation to many who enter the clergy. Though common in many animal species, including humans, it is an "abomination" to adherents of some religions.
Arousal by partners of the same sex, same as gay.
Homosexuality refers to sexual interaction and / or romantic attraction between individuals of the same sex. In modern use, the adjective homosexual is used for intimate relationships and/or sexual relations between people of the same sex, who may or may not identify themselves as gay or lesbian. Homosexuality, as an identifier, is usually contrasted with heterosexuality and bisexuality.