A subsequent frottage
from the series "Omnipresent Eye" (1936) shows two floating eyeballs on a surreal space-face overlaid with restraining chicken-wire frottage
In the first story, Frottage
, Houghton examines that word's meanings through the epistolary letters from Claire to her therapist, Paul.
The artist's books and frottage
drawings reference Land Art in their use of natural materials, but also in their relationship to site, establishing a dialectical relationship similar to that of Robert Smithson's non sites of the late 1960s.
The latter clearly covets a more serious sort of frottage
, falling for the pompously dressed Dali from the moment he arrives, and early scenes find the two budding talents coyly eyeing one another, endearingly awkward in their advances.
Steward seek to counter the whitewashing of Thornton Wilder's sexuality in biographies that depended upon the goodwill of Wilder's highly protective sister/executor by offering his own memoir of Wilder's ejaculating after only ninety seconds of frottage
. But Harold Norse's extended narrative of W.H.
The outbreak of herpes prevented him from doing more than frottage
early one morning with the sexy boy whose door he saw ajar at the bed and breakfast where he was staying with Doug (January 20, 1986).
En una seccion del papel, Munoz hizo un frottage
con grafito sobre un piso de baldosin.
"Flirtation, fun and frottage
are so much more rejuvenating than a facelift.