Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of eroticise.

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Examples

  • Critique is "there are these things that influence us towards accepting this behavior and eroticising it and we should be conscious of that."

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • The question of whether or not actual eroticising of power differentials is “acceptable” from a feminist point of view is a tricky one.

    Bondage and Patriarchy

  • The question of whether or not actual eroticising of power differentials is “acceptable” from a feminist point of view is a tricky one.

    Bondage and Patriarchy

  • Bernays was one of the main architects of the modern techniques of mass-consumer persuasion, using every trick in the book, from celebrity endorsement and outrageous PR stunts, to eroticising the motorcar.

    The Situationist

  • This song seems to be eroticising drunk sex, not rape.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • This eroticising of religion is a very Mediterranean thing, and the performers at first didn't quite enter into it.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • More DVD choices: The Village Voice hand-picks the year's "most essential, best, all-time super-duper boxed John Walsh on Peter Pan:" One could blame all this shameless eroticising on the writer-director PJ Hogan, were it not that Persistence of Vision (don't stay away too long).

    GreenCine Daily

  • "It's about eroticising and opening up the discourse around condom use.

    Mail & Guardian Online

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