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erogenous

, erogenic
1. sensitive to sexual stimulation
2. arousing sexual desire or giving sexual pleasure
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In this situation erotogenic human body parts detection technique solves the problems.
"My speculation is that this could be the basis for many women saying that nipple stimulation is erotogenic, because it stimulates the same area as the genitals," the Daily Mail quoted lead researcher Barry Komisaruk as telling LiveScience.
(6) For an exhaustive exploration of the perverse, erotogenic pleasure derived through visually witnessing someone else's pain and abjection, see Savran.
"Desiring Nature, Queering Ethics: Adventures in Erotogenic Environments." Environmental Ethics, v.
Of course the mother plants the illusions in the body of the infant and takes for their model her hidden psychic disposition, often modeling secret patterns of erotogenic stimulation sealed by unspeakable transgressions.
The final outcome of sexual development lies in what is known as the normal sexual life of the adult, in which the pursuit of pleasure comes under the sway of the reproductive function and in which the component instincts, under the primacy of a single erotogenic zone, form a firm organization directed towards a sexual aim attached to some extraneous sexual object.
But by the same token, as an actual libidinal experience of his own desire, this ideal auto-contra-sexual (female) body-image would also completely utilise his penis as the appropriate erotogenic zone aroused in response to his imaginary vagina.
She is prone to hallucinations, hallucinations which are erotogenic: she has visions of an invisible member between her legs and by end of novel is convinced that that member has "migrated" to Iliana's body.
It is on this basis that Rancour-Laferriere writes of "the obvious masochism of nonresistance" (109) and goes so far as to call nonresistance "a species of masochism" known as "moral masochism" as opposed to "erotogenic masochism" (94-95)--a view that, if true, would mean that nonresistance is masochistic by definition, as a square is a parallelogram by definition.
For Freud, erotogenic masochism is the "pleasure in pain" (1991e: 415) that is foundational to all masochism, while feminine masochism is, more contentiously, an implicitly masculine perversion that--with the masochist characteristically passive and receptive before hurt, humiliation and violation--positions him as "female".
But Olivier does pinpoint Dominique's habitual refusal to react to the tantalizing, erotogenic stimuli of the modern city.
In his 1924 revision, "The Economic Problem in Masochism," Freud argued that "there remains a residuum within the organism the true erotogenic masochism, which on the one hand becomes a component of the libido and on the other still has the subject itself for an object" (195).