History Of Sexual Harassment Laws
Q: Oral sex" is a kind of sex, a kind of "sexual relations".
Perhaps in your own private language. In American English,
"sexual relations" means coitus. Check it out in Merriam-Webster's
Collegiate Dictionary, Tenth Edition.
In ordinary, everyday language, oral sex is not sexual relations.
Most people agree that it is not.
you haven't been to divorce court lately, have you?
A: Well, I do read medical journals, and George Lundberg, the ex-editor of JAMA, is one of the few men I have encountered with principles. The study cited was done scientifically, and therefore reputable. It certainly deserves to be in the pages of JAMA, based on its quality. The AMA completely overstepped its bounds, a la the church threatening Galiooleo unless he swore the world was flat. It would be one thing if the journal article was untrue, or had no scientific merit; the fact was it simply disagreed with right-wing management. This is obfuscation and censorship at its worst. You really ARE logically-impaired, aren't you? First off, my Webster's says that "coitus" is" sexual intercourse", but that doesn't mean that sexual intercourse is limited to coitis. Here's your faulty sylloGISM in a nutshell Coitis is sexual intercourse. (Dictionary says so.) Sexual intercourse is a kind of "sexual relation". Therefore, sexual relations are limited to coitis or sexual intercourse.
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