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erotic

[ə′räd·ik]
(psychology)
Pertaining to the libido or sexual passion.
Moved by or arousing sexual desire.
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Designers are taking care to create lingerie with the right design, making lingerie erotic as well as comfortable and blending design with function.
Critique: For an adult readership only, "Penthouse Variations on Oral: Erotic Stories of Going Down" is a compilation of twenty-two expertly crafted erotic stories that will stimulate the imagination of the reader.
James' erotic novel of the same name is bound to be full of erotic scenes to live up to the novel's high BDSM content.
According to the game's website, instead of watching an erotic movie or reading an erotic book in which the main character has exciting sexual adventures, the user becomes that character.
This groundbreaking ebook is the first to deliver a rainbow of styles, settings, characters, and intensity to challenge stereotypes & expand the readers' literary and erotic horizons.
Hazel Cushion, founder of erotic publisher Xcite Press, is supplying the goods.
Some 500 articles are included, many of which tackle the erotic theme with a sense of humor, as well as nearly 700 pictures drawn by Bulgarian artists through the years.
Dictionary of erotic artists; painters, sculptors, printmakers, graphic designers, and illustrators.
The Eugene Poetry Slam presents "Sex Slam: A Celebration of Erotic Poetry" on Saturday at Tsunami Books.
Leading sexologist Dr Prakash Kothari's private collection of erotic objects of art, which was recently exhibited in the city during the launch of his book Erotica -- The Art of Loving , got the usual conservative city talking about the erotic.
Although often pitched at men, many women find the pictures very erotic too.