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erotica

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Evidence of anal erotism in adulthood, however, is hallmark of an inability to understand the Other as anything but an object of exchange--a commodity, in today's world.
In making this connection, I do not suggest that Bataille's Erotism was influenced by Reage's work but rather that Bataille shared the same influence as Reage: Nietzsche's aesthetics.
The first chapter, "The Ideological Fantasy of Otherness Postmodernism," begins to define the contours of "otherness postmodern erotism," arguing that its ideological fantasy is that postmodernists can "see through" ideologies that essentialists accept, a fantasy that Kim understands as masking the continued reliance on essentialist identity-based assumptions.
Simpson (1994) maintains that homophobic discourse--specifically humour amongst heterosexual men--sublimates anal erotism in a way that defines them as 'safely' heterosexual by distancing them from deviant homosexual activity, while indulging erotic fantasies of anal and rectal stimulation.
The tenderness, the erotism and sexuality are eustres factors.
W]ith the assumption of an erect posture by man and with the depreciation of his sense of smell, it was not only his anal erotism which threatened to fall victim to organic repression, but the whole of his sexuality; so that since this, the sexual function has been accompanied by a repugnance which cannot further be accounted for, and which prevents its complete satisfaction and forces it away from the sexual aim into sublimations and libidinal displacements.
Blonde women seem to invite transgression, and thus erotism," she added.