alloerotic

heteroerotic

adjective Referring to sexuoeroticism directed towards another person.

al·lo·e·rot·ic

(al'ō-ĕr-ot'ik)
Pertaining to or characterized by alloerotism.
Synonym(s): heteroerotic.

alloeroticism

, alloerotism (al″ō-ĕ-rot′ĭ-sĭzm) (-er′ŏ-tĭzm) [ allo- + eroticism]
Sexual urges stimulated by and directed toward another person.
alloerotic (-rot′ik), adjective
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(233.) Eve Sedgwick anticipated a version of this: "Some people's sexual orientation is intensely marked by autoerotic pleasures and histories--sometimes more so than by any aspect of alloerotic object choice.
Scholarly attention of any kind is motivated by a tropism towards its object(s) and necessarily involves both auto and alloerotic elements, especially since the product of that attention (at least in the humanities) tends to be the scholar's own minutely laboured-over writing.
are true only to varying degrees and for many people are not true at all: that everyone 'has a sexuality,' for instance, and that it is implicated with each person's sense of overall identity in similar ways; that each person's most characteristic erotic response will be oriented toward another person and not autoerotic; that if it is alloerotic, it will be oriented toward a single partner or kind of partner at a time; that its orientation will not change over time.
(11.) While she also does not specifically mention celibacy or chastity in her longer list, Sedgwick does list two categories that could include the celibate: "Some people like to have lots of sex, others little or none" and "[s]ome people's sexual orientation is intensely marked by autoerotic pleasures and histories--sometimes more so than by any aspect of alloerotic object choice.
This trial by fire obliterates at once his infantilized relation to Satis House and the calloused hands of his youth: he is required to pass through it in order to locate the appropriate alloerotic, heterosexual object.