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When he breaks into Ada's sublimated autoeroticism, they both are imprisoned by their passion for each other.
Showbiz wannabe Kimmi Kappenberg's flagrantly attention-grabbing remark about autoeroticism and her frequent explications of the camp's morale suggests we may weary of her soon, although the cameramen clearly didn't.
To combat her isolation, she sought refuge in an obsessive autoeroticism revolving around a complex fantasy world of pain and punishment.
As it is, She's So Unusual is chock full of anthems to partying ("Girls Just Want to Have Fun") and autoeroticism ("She Bop"), among the pop staples of lost and betrayed love.
In Solitary Pleasure: The Historical, Literary, and Artistic Discourses of Autoeroticism.
5 Autoeroticism has been variously described in the literature, but cases generally have several characteristics in common.
45) And I do not wish to ignore the possibilities of autoeroticism, whether resulting from fantasy or administered digitally or with the discipline.
Does the author mean that any kind of sex is acceptable--even with the dead, with animals, autoeroticism, and the activities of homosexual men and lesbian women?
Solitary Pleasures: The Historical, Literary, and Artistic Discourses of Autoeroticism.
As clarified by subsequent shots of April slipping to the floor and earnestly masturbating, he instead uses it to perpetuate a post-feminist understanding of female autoeroticism as a serious, aesthetic affair bespeaking self-gratification and agency.
The picture-poems: (1) criticize the silencing of the female model; (2) move female figures from margin to center; (3) celebrate women's autoeroticism and homoerotic bonds; (4) critique Victorian sex/gender ideology through the figure of the boy; and (5) code both male and female homoerotic love through the figure of Saint Sebastian.
The narrator uses a non-human device--or less than 100% human, according to the policemen's Atomic Theory laws--for sexual stimulation, again suggesting autoeroticism, but of the queerest kind: not a vibrator or a hand, but a bicycle seat.