See also: same sex

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same-sex (not comparable)

  1. Restricted to members of a single sex.
    a same-sex school
  2. Of, relating to, or between homosexual men or women.
    Some nations have legalized same-sex marriage.
    • 2013 May 23, Sarah Lyall, “British Leader’s Liberal Turn Sets Off a Rebellion in His Party”, in New York Times, retrieved 29 May 2013:
      Buffeted by criticism of his policy on Europe, battered by rebellion in the ranks over his bill to legalize same-sex marriage and wounded by the perception that he is supercilious, contemptuous and out of touch with mainstream Conservatism, Mr. Cameron earlier this week took the highly unusual step of sending a mass e-mail (or, as he called it, “a personal note”) to his party’s grass-roots members.
    • 2022 August 3, I-chia Lee, “Groups call for marriage equality with no borders”, in Taipei Times[1], archived from the original on 02 August 2022:
      The Taipei High Administrative Court on July 21 ruled that same-sex partners Lu Yin-jen (盧盈任), a Taiwanese, and Eizaburo Ariyoshi, a Japanese, should not have been barred from registering their marriage at a local household registration office.

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