Sexual Desire

Some articles on sexual, desire, sexual desire:

Sexuality In Christian Demonology - Lust in Demons - Intermediate Views
... This is because sexual relationships with them were a part of the compromise these men and women made together with the diabolical pact to honour them by humiliating ... succubae with common people were passionate lovers that felt the desire of being with their beloved person and have sexual intercourse with him/her ... Hincmar and Psellos thought that lust was what led demons to have sexual relationships with humans ...
Matthew 5:27–28
... "lust" was originally a general term for desire, the Greek word ἐπιθυμέω was also a general term for desire ... "set one's heart upon a thing, long for, covet, desire" as glosses for ἐπιθυμέω, which is used in verses that clearly have nothing to do with sexual desire ... While coveting your neighbor's wife may involve sexual desire, it's unlikely that coveting a neighbor's house or field is sexual in nature ...
Margaret Nichols - Selected Publications
... "Low Sexual Desire in Lesbian Couples" ... In Leiblum and Rosen (eds.) Sexual Desire Disorders ... In Cole and Rothblum (eds.) Women and Sex Therapy, Closing the Circle of Sexual Knowledge ...
Hormone Replacement Therapy (menopause) - HRT and Sexuality
... of the menopausal transition are lack of sexual desire or libido, lack of sexual arousal, and vaginal dryness ... The modification of women’s physiology can lead to changes in her sexual response, the development of sexual dysfunctions, and changes in her levels of sexual desire ... of their reproductive years and enter menopause that this equates to the end of her sexual life ...
In Religion - Christianity - Lust in The New Testament
... countries, the term "lust" is often associated with sexual desire, probably because of this verse ... But just as the English word was originally a general term for desire, the Greek word ἐπιθυμέω was also a general term for desire ... "set one's heart upon a thing, long for, covet, desire" as glosses for ἐπιθυμέω, which is used in verses that clearly have nothing to do with sexual desire ...

Famous quotes containing the word desire:

    It has frequently been said that we never desire what we think absolutely inapprehensible: it is however true that some of our sharpest agonies are those in which the object of desire is regarded as both possible and imaginary.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)