erotogenic


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erotogenic

 [ĕ-rot″o-jen´ik]
producing erotic feeling.

er·o·to·gen·ic

(er'ō-tō-jen'ik),
Capable of causing sexual excitement or arousal.
[G. erōs, love, + -gen, production]

erotogenic

/ero·to·gen·ic/ (ĕ-rot″o-jen´ik) erogenous.

erotogenic

See erogenous.

er·o·to·gen·ic

(ĕ-rot'ō-jen'ik)
Capable of causing sexual excitement or arousal.
[G. erōs, love, + -gen, production]
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In his analysis of the erotogenic zones, Freud links them expressly to hysteria and thus to issues of gender:
The hustler glamour of Paul Schrader's erotogenic Los Angeles is affected and then dismembered in Haynes' title sequence which bathes in appropriated gloss.
Only through the discursive agency of the Oedipal drama does one enter the Law of the Father, the supremacy of the phallus, and subjectivity according to culturally gendered, and consequently heterosexual, metaphors whose generative power depends on the suppression of the polymorphous erotogenic diversity of childhood.