An activity may be sexual due to—
(a) the area of the body that is involved in the activity, including (but not limited to) the genital or anal region, the buttocks or, in the case of a female or a person who identifies as a female, the breasts; or
(b) the fact that the person engaging in the activity seeks or gets sexual arousal or sexual gratification from the activity; or
(c) any other aspect of the activity, including the circumstances in which it is engaged in.
A watches pornography in the presence of A's daughter (B) and her friend (C).
S. 36 substituted by No. 81/1991 s. 3, repealed by No. 74/2014 s. 7(2), new s. 36 inserted by No. 47/2016 s. 5.