sexuo-economic

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EtymologyEdit

From sexuo-, a combining form of sex or sexual, and economic.

AdjectiveEdit

sexuo-economic (not comparable)

  1. (sociology) Concerning the economics of human sexuality.
    • 2009, Kenneth Allan, Explorations in Classical Sociological Theory: Seeing the Social World[1], Pine Forge Press, ISBN 9781412978125, page 311:
      In Gilman's evolutionary theory of gender inequality, sexuo-economic relations occur when sex relations and economic relations overlap fundamentally.
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