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- n. Plural form of eroticism.
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They were both fascinated and frightened by the pervasiveness of its eroticisms.
Hence Hinduism had never taken any obscenity, pornography or eroticisms.
The flushed romance, the predominant eroticisms, the adventurous uncertainty of a world in which youth prevails, gives place here to a grave deliberation, to a fuller and more powerful emotion, to a broader handling of life.
We keep the "Decameron" and Daudet's eroticisms under lock and key; yet they are only "suggestive," while this is frankly feculent, a brazen bid for bawdry.
Which, aside from being impossible and ill-advised, is a position that gives women no credit whatsoever for the various current and historical eroticisms of our culture.
(fall to snorfling and less cute eroticisms.) wow, i think i just wrote my first slash.