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  • "Eroticism," said Enoch, who is also a former state Supreme Court justice.

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  • Eroticism: Sex and sexuality often drive or at least trigger the plot.

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  • 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.

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  • "Eroticism — seeking to create emotion," replied Craig T. Enoch, who represents the T.xas Entertainment Association.

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  • 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."

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  • 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.”

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  • Joseph Story - Flesh & ‘Eroticism’ - a set on Flickr.

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  • Eroticism is a gift of God to man and for no reason other than love.

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  • Eroticism is at its most intense when gratuitousness is absent.

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  • Eroticism is, rather, an electric curiosity for life.

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