Human sexuality

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Human sexuality is the ability of people to have sexual experiences and feelings. [1][2] This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings and behaviors.[3] The most common form of human sexuality is heterosexuality, but homosexuality, bisexuality and asexuality exist too. An abnormal form of sexuality is called a paraphilia, while a normal one is called a normophilia.

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  1. Sex and Society, Volume 2. Marshall Cavendish. 2010. p. 384. ISBN 0-7614-7907-4. Retrieved June 21, 2017. The term human sexuality broadly refers to how people experience and express themselves as sexual beings.
  2. Joan Ferrante (2014). Sociology: A Global Perspective. Cengage Learning. p. 207. ISBN 1-285-74646-5. Retrieved June 21, 2017. Sexuality encompasses all the ways people experience and express themselves as sexual beings.
  3. Greenberg, Jerrold S.; Bruess, Clint E.; Oswalt, Sara B. (2016). Exploring the Dimensions of Human Sexuality. Jones & Bartlett. pp. 4–10. ISBN 1-284-08154-0. Retrieved June 21, 2017. Human sexuality is a part of your total personality. It involves the interrelationship of biological, psychological, and sociocultural dimensions. [...] It is the total of our physical, emotional, and spiritual responses, thoughts, and feelings.

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