Some articles on erotic, erotics:
... Thom Wolf published his first erotic story in the early 1990s ... He explored the realm of erotic fiction with the publication of his acclaimed first novel Words Made Flesh in 2000 ... In 2003 his second full length work The Chain, a neo noir erotic thriller, was published by Zipper ...
... Ageplay Bladder desperation Body worship Boot worship Erotic humiliation Erotic sexual denial Facesitting Fear play Female dominance Female submission Feminization Male dominance Male ...
... See also Erotic art in Pompeii and Herculaneum For more details on this topic, see Sexuality in ancient Rome ... The erotic wall paintings in the Suburban Baths are the only set of such art found in a public Roman bath house ... in these paintings that can not be easily found in collections of erotic Roman art ...
... known as ukiyo-e, pictures of the floating world, and where they had an erotic tone, shunga, or pictures of spring ... was not considered incompatible with heterosexuality books of erotic prints dedicated to nanshoku often presented erotic images of both young women (concubines, mekake, or prostitutes, jōr ...
... لذات النساء Delights of Woman) is an erotic Indian story ... the court of Bidar patronized such erotic works as the Bhog bal, Thadkirat al-Shahawat (List of aphrodisiacs) and Srngaramanjari (erotic Bouquets) ... Lizzat Un Nisa is one of the few surviving erotics works from the period ...
Famous quotes containing the word erotic:
“I would watch the funny people make love the way Maupassant said,
my youth allowed me the opportunity to hear all those strange
verbs conjugated in erotic affirmations.”
—Conrad Kent Rivers (19331968)
“No hand has been allowed to touch
The rose I hide,
Though eyes have looked upon it and desired it.”
—Unknown. The Thousand and One Nights.
ErPo. Erotic Poetry; the Lyrics, Ballads, Idyls, and Epics of LoveClassical to Contemporary. William Cole, ed. (1963)
“In erotic love, two people who were separate become one. In motherly love, two people who were one become separate. The mother must not only tolerate, she must wish and support the childs separation.”
—Erich Fromm (20th century)