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homo- +‎ flexibility


homoflexibility (uncountable)

  1. (rare) The quality or state of being homoflexible.
    • 2002, Robert Goss, Queering Christ: Beyond Jesus Acted Up, Pilgrim Press (2002), →ISBN, page 232:
      Essig divides society into the categories of heteroflexibility and heterorigidity and homoflexibility and homorigidity.
    • 2011, "Ribbons", "Queeriosities: 'Adding to the ABCs of LGBs'", The Catalyst (Colorado College), Volume 42, Number 8, 11 November 2011, page 7:
      Or what about hetero- and homoflexibility (the primarily heterosexual or homosexual orientation with occasional forays into things not typical of those sexualities)?
    • 2015, B. C. Roberts, “Not Gay”: Another Way of (Not) Being Bi?, in the Journal of Bisexuality, volume 15, issue 4:
      In other words, there is no place for homoflexibility in this cultural analysis of sexuality.