autoeroticism


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autoeroticism

[‚ȯd·ō·ə′räd·ə‚siz·əm]
(psychology)
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I thus explore its queer treatment of topics such as the instability of identity, autoeroticism, lesbian tendencies, mental illness, women's solidarity and gender and class inequalities.
Ellis is credited with introducing the notions of narcissism and autoeroticism, both of which were developed further by Sigmund Freud.
From sitcoms to horror movies, teen comedies to erotic thrillers, autoeroticism is easily detected on screen.
At times he achieved autoeroticism smelling and feeling her hair during their physical moments.
Like writing, reading is just as private as autoeroticism in the sense that it involves an interaction with the self: "I spent the days mostly reading and wandering from room to room, or staring at blank walls, or lying outdoors in the sun staring at the insides of my eyelids.
Risk factors being common in both questionnaires included obesity, diabetes, late marriage, autoeroticism, narcotics and alcohol consumption, use of paan/gutka/chalia, smoking habits, psychological distress, generalised physical weakness and urethral infections.
Perhaps the most jarring example of her self-examination, tinged with autoeroticism, resides in her repeated allusions to her own oversized breasts:
He displayed the first symptoms of narcissism at the age of 15 when, completely naked in front of the mirror, he admired his own naked body, accompanying this with self-caressing and, then, with autoeroticism.
His view of himself as a tree with the branches fusing into each other is a metaphor for autoeroticism or same-sex love.
Marwan tackles loneliness, alienation and autoeroticism with savage humor and visceral imagery.
Focusing on this idea of autonomous autoeroticism, Saville argues that Field resists the impulse to "figurative interpretations" and therein respects the independence of the original work and Venus herself.
Deleuze then goes on: "the subject, which is produced as a mere residuum alongside the desiring machines, confuses himself with the bachelor machine, and thus the autoeroticism of the bachelor machine gives birth to the subject.