100 samples of ‘multiple sexualities’

Although I have tried to avoid the use of too much jargon in the book, some has been inevitable: the book is littered with discussions of different kinds of varieties deliberately to perhaps help build a new vocabulary for understanding diverse sexualities in the twenty first century. Here are 100 examples mentioned and diusciused in  the book. There is  an index included in the book which is  intended to help the reader find where each one is introduced or discussed in the book.

1. Absolutist sexualities
2. Abusive sexualities
3. Agonostic sexualities
4. Authoritarian sexualities
5. Bleak sexualities
6. Caring sexualities
7. Closed sexualities
8. Colonised sexualites
9. Commodified sexualities
10. Communicative sexualities
11. Contested sexualities
12. Contingent sexualities
13. Convivial sexualities
14. Cosmopolitan sexualities (Cosmosexualities)
15. Cultural sexualities
16. Damaged sexualities
17. Dangerous sexualities
18. Dehumanised sexualities
19. Democratic sexualities
20. Dialogic sexualities
21. Diasporic sexualities
22. Dignified sexualities
23. Digital/ Cyber sexualities
24. Divided sexualities
25. Electronic sexualities
26. Emaciated sexualities
27. Empathic sexualities
28. Ethical sexualities
29. Ethno-sexual sexualities
30. Excluded sexualities
31. Exiled sexualities
32. Flourishing sexualities
33. Fundamentalist sexualities
34. Gendered sexualities
35. Generational sexualities
36. Global sexualities
37. Google sexualities
38. Grounded sexualities
39. Hegemonic sexualities
40. Homeless sexualities
41. Hopeful sexualities
42. Humanistic sexualities
43. Hybrid sexualities
44. Inclusive sexualities
45. Individualistic sexualities
46. Innovative sexualities
47. Intersecting sexualities
48. Intolerant sexualities
49. Just sexualities
50. Liquid sexualities
51. Loving sexualities
52. Macro sexualities
53. Mediated sexualities
54. Meta sexualities
55. Micro sexualities
56. Migrating sexualities
57. Mobile sexualities
58. Multiple modernist sexualities
59. Modernist sexualities
60. National Sexualities
61. Open sexualities
62. Patriarchal sexualities
63. Pauperized sexualities
64. Plural sexualities
65. Pragmatic sexualities
66. Prosthetic sexualities
67. Pharmaceutical sexualities
68. Post human sexualities
69. Post honour sexualities
70. Post secular sexualities
71. Public sexualities
72. Queer sexualities
73. Racialised sexualities
74. Radical sexualities
75. Reproductive sexualities
76. Respectful sexualities
77. Retreatist sexualities
78. Ritualistic sexualities
79. Rebellious sexualities
80. Regulative sexualities
81. Sacred sexualities
82. Secular sexualities
83. Social world sexualities
84. Subterranean sexualities
85. Super-rich sexualities
86. Theocratic Sexualities
87. Transformational Sexualities
88. Traditional Sexualities
89. Techno (logical) sexualities
90. Textual sexualities
91. Troubled sexualities
92. Urban sexualities
93. Unequal sexualities
94. Unfair sexualities
95. Unhygienic sexualities
96. Unkind sexualities
97. ‘Utopian’ sexualities
98. Violent sexualities
99. Vulnerable sexualities
100. Wasted sexualities

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