of, or relating to biologicalreproduction(adjective)
Examples of word genital
Father Ford said that the sperm starts down the brain, it goes into what he called the genital sac, and then it starts tempting.
And subsequently we could identify another one – that was HPV11, which was also in genital warts and laryngeal papillomatosis.
By the early 1980s they found novel viruses in genital warts.
The computer only registered a spike in genital temperatures while subjects watched pornography, and not the other films.
It is sometimes called the genital wart virus as some types of HPV cause genital warts.
The prospect of vibrators and lubricants can seem surreal in a society in which a recent government report found that at least 50% of girls between ages 10 and 18 have undergone genital excision, a procedure that some refer to as genital circumcision, in which part or all of the clitoris is removed.
Female genital surgery, or female circumcision (otherwise known as genital mutilation), was normative among Beta Israel women (Grisaru et al. 1997).
See Announcements for an account of the problems we had in 2000 with a gender dysphoria/transsexual organisation trying to interfere in protocols for 'gender reinforcement' surgery in intersexed infants with so-called genital ambiguity.
The tide is turning against female circumcision - aka genital mutilation - in Egypt by on