Susana Mayer sexologist (The Ageless Sex Life[TM]), founder and host of the Erotic
Literary Salon, and editor of this text, recommends both men and women share this book with their intimate partner, friends and book club members.
Within five years, Xcite Books has become the UK's largest erotic
Xcite editor Miranda Forbes, 28, said: "There's definitely been a revival in interest in erotic
Corinne Saunders, in "Erotic
Magic: The Enchantress in Middle English Romance," traces how erotic
desire and magic mingle in the portrayal of female otherworldly figures in such romances as Lanval, Partonope of Blois, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and the Morte D'Arthur, as well as of their male counterparts in Sir Orfeo and Sir Degarre.
Metaphysics "cuts apart, stretches and tears according to the measure of its own prejudices" (15) and philosophy seeking to free itself from these prejudices needs consciously to include the erotic
The combination of light, color, abstract and photographic images challenges standard representations of sex in dominant cinema, promoting an alternative erotic
Much hinges here upon Harvey's definition of the realm of the erotic
which she positions against amatory and pornographic literature.
A mental melding of Duchamp's erotic
objects and his handcrafted readymade duplicates would indeed seem to license the exciting range of part-body, part-commodity creations gathered here.
Tamai Kobayashi, born in Japan and raised in Canada, writes exquisitely erotic
stories about love between women with themes to entice readers with a diverse assortment of fantasies.
As a counselor I also heard a lot from my clients about these changing erotic
THE SEX LIVES OF SAINTS: AN EROTICS OF ANCIENT HAGIOGRAPHY.
However, it is less concerned with lives forced to live with death than death as a lifestyle, as the chicly decadent choice of people so burned out on everything else they've turned to death as the final erotic