from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking sexual characteristics; neuter.
- adj. Lacking in sexual interest or activity: a sexless marriage.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not having a gender; neuter.
- adj. Not having any sexual relations.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no sex.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having, or as if having, no sex; not sexed; neuter as to gender.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no sexual desire
- adj. sexually unattractive
- adj. having no or imperfectly developed or nonfunctional sex organs
In comparison it seemed downright serious and not very fun, and Jolie's case, kind of sexless, which is weird considering her character is based off of Catwoman.
However, I would hope that, since it is now legal in NSW to identify as sexless, there will be harsher legal consequences for those who do discriminate against people outside of the male/female binary.
"Newsweek" latest cover in fact covers the nations dwindling sex drive; 15 to 20 percent of marriages are defined as sexless, where sex is rare, if nonexistent.
Then in July 2003, the front cover of Newsweek called sexless marriages an "epidemic."
Dr. Kunio Kitamura: I doubt whether the word "sexless" was publicly aired as much as it was during the past year.
I agree that women are still seen as "sexless" and thus women changing together is non-sexual while a male in there would make it sexual becuase ONLY the male would be looking, the females would have NO interest in the guy sexually at all!
According to experts, your marriage is "sexless" if you have sex 10 times a year or less.
Perhaps they should also consider the possible repercussions of having a "sexless" God.
Equally worrying, he said, is the increase in the number of married couples who are officially recognised as "sexless," meaning they have not had sex for more than one month.
And an educator from England observed that “the boy in America is not being brought up to punch another boy’s head or to stand having his own punched in a healthy and proper manner; that there is a strange and indefinable air coming over the man; a tendency toward a common, if I may call it, sexless tone of thought.”