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n.1. those elements in thought, imagination, pictorial imagery, literature, or the arts that tend to arouse sexual excitement or desire. 2. sexual interest or excitement prompted by contemplation or stimulation of areas of the body not normally associated with sexuality. The terms anal eroticism and oral eroticism are used both in a theoretical Freudian sense and in reference to adult physical sexual activity.

1. those elements in thought, imagination, pictorial imagery, literature, or the arts that tend to arouse sexual excitement or desire. 2. sexual interest or excitement prompted by contemplation or stimulation of areas of the body not normally associated with sexuality. The terms anal eroticism and oral eroticism are used both in a theoretical Freudian sense and in reference to adult physical sexual activity.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — History.


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