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“Eroticism," said Enoch, who is also a former state Supreme Court justice.”
“Eroticism: Sex and sexuality often drive or at least trigger the plot.”
“Eroticism extends way beyond basic friction and adapting one's sexual styles to those that will neither pose a threat to a partner nor put one's self at risk is an excellent strategy.”
“Eroticism — seeking to create emotion," replied Craig T. Enoch, who represents the T.xas Entertainment Association.”
“George Hunka describes it as being a "happily productive and inspiring period for me: two theatrical presentations Howard Barker at the Segal Centre… and What She Knew; a lead article in the May issue of the Yale University Theater journal; a chapter in Karoline Gritzner's Eroticism and Death in Theatre and Performance; a few other writings here and there — and, most importantly, the birth of my second daughter Billie Swift in March.”
“Over five hundred academics—sociologists, anthropologists, sexologists, film and gender studies teachers, and interdisciplinary seekers from across the country—are attending under the guise of studying “Eroticism and the First Amendment.””
“Joseph Story - Flesh & ‘Eroticism’ - a set on Flickr.”
“Eroticism is a gift of God to man and for no reason other than love.”
“Eroticism is at its most intense when gratuitousness is absent.”
“Eroticism is, rather, an electric curiosity for life.”
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