- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of desexualize.
“Duncan Cross, a patient who blogs about illness from the other side of the exam table, wonders how the widespread use of medical imagery desexualizes our view of the human body.”
“The show completely neuters and desexualizes its gay couple.”
“Which to me desexualizes them, as they try to sexualize themselves.”
“It desexualizes identity, when the issue is precisely about a sexual identity (Jagose, 1996).”
“As it is, the thing plays like an actor's showcase (look at all the character types I can play!) that virtually desexualizes breasts altogether, and where is the fun in that?”
“Not talking about Obama's fineness desexualizes him, which is another (and opposing) stereotype of Black people (other images in that canon: the Magical Negro, Mammy, etc.).”
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