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arouse

verb To physically stimulate or use mental imagery to evoke sexual interest in a partner.
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New York [USA], November 23 ( ANI ): After a series of sexual harassment allegations from several women, TV host Charlie Rose's ex-intern has also come forward to allege that he had forced her to watch a movie including a sadomasochism (S&M) scene and had asked her if the scene had aroused her or not.
Young men who don't like babies as much get more physiologically aroused by visual sexual stimuli; this makes sense from a life history perspective.
say yoU I read with interest the letter from the man who's met a wonderful woman but is struggling to become sexually aroused by her (Dear Coleen, March 2).
We would do well to reflect on Gandhi's remedy for the Holocaust: he believed that the Jews should have committed mass suicide, because this "would have aroused the world and the people of Germany to Hitler's violence.
It's fair to say I'm sexually aroused by the collating of data.
Al Aridha Spokesman Aymen Zouaghi affirmed indeed that the setting up of this council aroused worries, alluding to general Rachid Ammar attending the first council meeting "in uniform," saying that this structure "threatened to replace the National Constituent Assembly or to become an instrument of pressure".
Dear Dr Cath, MY new girlfriend likes being tickled and gets aroused by me stroking a feather over her skin.
I often wake up feeling very aroused and some times I'm sure I've had an orgasm.
Using MRI scans, Northwestern University scientists recently found that homosexual men become aroused when shown images depicting only gay sex.
Despite the immiseration (to use an apt Marxist term) of his people, his ruthless censorship, his omnipresent informants, and his prison camps for dissidents, homosexuals, and anyone else who aroused his ire, Castro is still venerated by many on the left.
On the other hand, a man's body is hard; unyielding, and cool; projecting a sense of security, obedience, and possessive affection; again, which a child will absorb and contrast and blend with the emotions aroused by a woman's arms.
Art and architectural aspirations have long aroused disputes among artists, scholars and the common citizen over the appropriateness of paintings, memorials and monuments: for the first time these debates are surveyed in VISUAL SHOCK: A HISTORY OF ART CONTROVERSIES IN AMERICAN CULTURE.