Sexuality is a big part of our lives, especially for women, and it is not always easy to tell when men are peak or trough.
It is not uncommon to have a period of intense sexual desire during which there is no sign of sexual desire for the rest of the day.
And that is when it can be hard to understand why a man or woman would need to take a break.
This is where the sexual predator definition comes into play.
It is the idea that men and women have a sexual peak in their respective areas of expertise.
And the concept of sexual peak has been used by women’s advocates to fight against rape and sexual assault.
But this definition has not been adopted by the police and the courts.
In fact, the definition is so controversial that even men’s rights activists like M.S. Menon have expressed reservations about it.
What is a sexual predator?
The definition of sexual predator is an individual who has a sexual interest in someone of the opposite sex.
It can be a woman who has an interest in another woman and who has sexual interest for someone of her sex, but there is nothing illegal about it, since the person does not necessarily have an overt sexual interest or a history of sex abuse.
The criminal law defines sexual predators as those who commit sexual offences against someone who has been unable to report the offence to the police.
The definition of the offence is the same as that of the crime of rape, which is the crime committed against a person because of their sex.
The definition has been widely used by the criminal law experts.
In a 2014 study, Professor Jyoti Prasad, of the Delhi University Law School, and her colleagues showed that the definition of an offence in criminal law has evolved to include the definition in the definition and not the crime itself.
The researchers found that a sexual offender who has had no prior sexual offences, committed them against a woman and then committed a sexual offence against a man, had committed an offence of sexual assault and not rape.
The term sexual predator has also been used to fight for women’s rights in law, especially against violence against women.
The word is used by activists to describe men who commit violent crimes against women and who do not report it.
This has led to women’s organisations like the Centre for Women and Children, and the Nalanda Women’s Collective, forming a network to fight domestic violence and sexual harassment.
In recent years, the word has also come into play in the fight against sexual harassment, where it is being used as a political weapon.
The use of sexual predators by the government and courts has also become controversial.
For instance, in the Supreme Court, a judge had suggested that it is “possible” for women to be sexually abused.
In response, the lawyer who was challenging the judge’s view had said that a woman’s sexuality can be seen in the shape of the word “predator”.
The court said it was wrong to use the word as it was not an adjective, and did not mean that the word means a sexual act.
The judge added that there is a difference between a “predatory act” and an act which is sexual.
The word “sexual predator” has also appeared in court proceedings.
For example, the court had to hear a case of a man who had been sexually assaulted and then beaten up.
The woman in question had filed a complaint alleging that the accused had molested her in the course of his job as a security guard.
The court, however, found that the complainant had a sexual desire.
In his judgment, Justice V. Raman had said, “The word ‘sexual predator’ does not suggest an act of violence, but merely an act in which a woman has a desire for someone.”
The definition for sexual predatorIn many ways, this definition is similar to that of rape and has been part of the criminal code since the time of the British colonial period.
But the definition has changed over time.
According to the Criminal Procedure Code, sexual predator was a term first introduced by the British authorities to fight rape and violence against a female.
It was later extended to all forms of violence against men.
According, the Criminal Code of India, in a 2005 article, it was decided that “a person is not guilty of sexual offence in the first instance if he or she is not in the habit of committing such offence in a public place, or is in the place of a person under the age of 18 years”.
This is because it is difficult to prove that the act was committed by someone who is in that position of trust and confidence.
In its definition, the Indian Penal Code says, “An offence against this Code is punishable with imprisonment of either one or more years or a fine of not more than Rs. 5,000, or both.
This punishment shall be imposed irrespective of the circumstances, the duration of the offense, the conduct of the offender and the circumstances surrounding the commission of the