Sexual life  

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"Connected with the sexual psychopathy of M. Zola is the part played in him by the olfactory sensations. The predominance of the sense of smell and its connection with the sexual life is very striking among many degenerates."--Degeneration (1892) by Max Nordau

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Sexual life, sex life, vita sexualis, or love life are the sexual aspects of one's personal life. Especially in the case of a biography, the curiosity for a person's love life is substantial.

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