unreproductive love


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  • adj. Not reproductive.


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un- +‎ reproductive


  • If too many adult moa were caught too quickly there would have been no chance of replenishment, and the species, dominated by unreproductive birds, would have been placed under severe pressure.

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  • A dramatic increase in individual autonomy was bound up, as he convincingly documents, with an intensified anxiety about unsocialized, unreproductive pleasure, pleasure fueled by seductive chimeras ceaselessly generated by the vagrant mind:

    Me, Myself, and I

  • If we are not a valuable product, then we are unproductive and unmarketable, and unreproductive.

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  • The market has declared that we are unmarketable, unproductive, and unreproductive.

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  • It is made up entirely of $1 trillion dollars spent on sex, filthy unreproductive sex!


  • 'Rather than being accumulated, economic surplus is here systematically diverted from reproduction to unreproductive labour.'

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