from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Eroticism.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A condition marked by erotic tendencies; eroticism.
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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a state of anticipation of sexuality
- noun the arousal of feelings of sexual desire
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An other famous director of pinku, Koji Wakamatsu, when erotism meets politic and anarchism.
No gothic, no enjoyable erotism, no spirit of E.A.Poe in all this.
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Seen in this way, _any_ form of sex stimulation, or auto-erotism even (auto-erotism means _self_ sex-excitation) which is
There is any amount of nonsense current about auto-erotism.
It is of approved utility for irritability of the main urinary passage, with genital congestion, erotism, and dragging of the loins, this tincture being then ordered of the third decimal strength, in doses of from five to ten drops every three or four hours, with a spoonful of water.
Some authors claim that more than half of all women engage in some form of auto-erotism, at some time in their lives, and the estimate is probably too low rather than too high.
There are many unmarried women, maiden ladies, and especially widows, who would greatly improve their health if they practiced some form of auto-erotism, occasionally.
It is this fact that makes _mutual_ masturbation far superior to auto-erotism.
Let it be said further, that auto-erotism, self-spending, may be practiced by both men and women, to their healthful benefit, when sexual exercise cannot be secured in any other way.