1) Abusing one sexually or during a sex act. See Sexual Abuse

2) Use of sexuality as a distraction or escape from real life problems much like alcohol abuse (see alcoholism). Often these include sexual disorders such as erotophobia, homophobia, philophobia, necrophilia, pedophilia, homophilia, homosexuality, fecophilia, nymphomania/satyriasis, queer sexuality (see Queer) and so on. These conditions aren't always caused by mental disorders but more often they are caused by social disorders, not to be confused with social anxiety, but actual social disorders such as peer pressure, childhood trauma or political correctness. Pedophiles/rapists spread these social diseases via trauma much like politicians spread them by political correctness and social delinquents spread them by peer pressure.
1) Michelle told me about the sex abuse Gary had put her through during their marriage. I feel really bad for her, but I'm glad she's getting through it with her family.

2) Shannon insisted she was comfortable with her sexuality and no ignorant homophobic "doctor man" was going to tell her what to do just because some medical evidence and statistics proved sex abuse to be unhealthy for an individual as well as society.
by Axiomatic June 25, 2009
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