Human sexuality

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Human sexuality is the ability of people to have sexual experiences and feelings. Someone who has these feelings is called an allosexual.[1] The most common forms of human sexuality are heterosexuality and teleiophilia (attraction between adults). An abnormal form of sexuality is called paraphilia, while a normal one is called normophilia.

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  1. Vassallo, Aldo I., and Cristina Busch. "Interspecific agonism between two sympatric species of Ctenomys (Rodentia: Octodontidae) in captivity." Behaviour 120.1 (1992): 40-50.