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erotic:
Or: eroginic / erotogenic / erogenous . Etymology: From theGreek eros , sexual love .

1. Sexually sensitive; responsive to sexual stimulation; susceptible to erotic stimulation.

2. Arousing sexual feelings or desires.

3. Pertaining to sexual love .




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Quotes Containing erotic:
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''One man''s meat is another''s poisson.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): 'Sex is easier done than said.'
Lawrence Paros, The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Sex comes from the Latin secare, "to cut or divide," and we first used the word to designate the two major categories of humanity we have come to know and love as male and female. We later used the word sex not only for dividing the sexes, but to refer to qualities of being male or female.'
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Two things smell like a fish , and one is a fish .''
Lawrence Paros in The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The professionals helped forge a common tongue . A man now had his joint copped, had some derby , or had his hat nailed to the ceiling. More frequently, men spoke of being blown or having a blow-job (all since early 20th C).''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''It''s not unusual to insult people by identifying them with their body parts . Calling someone a pr**k is a commonplace insult, but we reserve use of the expression for males of a particular character, and not for men in general. C**t, on the other hand, is not only a term filled with contempt and disdain, but it is applied indiscriminately, regardless of the person''s character, insulting not only the person toward whom the remark is aimed, but all women everywhere.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Playing with oneself (18-20th C .) is a worthwhile activity for both sexes and one of the most rewarding of all the sexual practices. In terms of orgasmic efficacy, it seldom fails us. Alfred Kinsey reported that 95 percent of the time it is successful, with 75 percent of the participants attaining climax (20th C .) in less than four minutes.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Playing with oneself (18-20th C .) is a worthwhile activity for both sexes and one of the most rewarding of all the sexual practices. In terms of orgasmic efficacy, it seldom fails us. Alfred Kinsey reported that 95 percent of the time it is successful, with 75 percent of the participants attaining climax (20th C .) in less than four minutes.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''As Voltaire reminded us upon declining a second invitation to an orgy, "Once a philosopher, twice a pervert ."''
From Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Fighting for peace is like f**king for virginity . Anon., 1983-84''
From Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Fighting for peace is like f**king for virginity . Anon., 1983-84''
Lawrence Paros, The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Sex comes from the Latin secare, "to cut or divide," and we first used the word to designate the two major categories of humanity we have come to know and love as male and female. (...) We later used the word sex not only for dividing the sexes, but to refer to qualities of being male or female. Over time we assigned specific attributes to each category. These distinctions were dutifully recorded in the esteemed OED, making-it all very official. The male was described as "the better" and "the sterner" sex ; the female, as "the fairer," "the gentler," "the softer," and "the devout" sex . Women were also called "the second" sex . For a period of time between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, when people spoke of "the sex ," they had women in mind.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Unfortunately, the only question he [the male] has in mind is: Is she easy (since 17th C), loose (since 15th C), fast (18th C), swift (late 19-20th C), speedy (c. 1923), light (14th C), or convenient (19thC)? Does she go all the way(mid-20th C), the whole route (19-20th C), or the limit (c. 1916)? Once we have the answer to that question, we have established what is called a reputation (since 18th C).''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The bra , or something like it , has been in use for over 6,000 years but really didn''t come into its own until the turn of the century. The first formal application for a patent on the garment was filed on February 12, 1914 by Mary Phelps Jacob, also known as Caresse Crosby, who fashioned a prototype using some ribbons, thread , and two handkerchiefs. After World War I, the donning of the bra became synonymous with the chucking of the corset , long considered the restrainer of the female and the mainstay of her oppression. The bra allowed women to both liberate their bodies and assume a host of activities, both work and play, previously open only to men.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The bra , or something like it , has been in use for over 6,000 years but really didn''t come into its own until the turn of the century. The first formal application for a patent on the garment was filed on February 12, 1914 by Mary Phelps Jacob, also known as Caresse Crosby, who fashioned a prototype using some ribbons, thread , and two handkerchiefs. After World War I, the donning of the bra became synonymous with the chucking of the corset , long considered the restrainer of the female and the mainstay of her oppression. The bra allowed women to both liberate their bodies and assume a host of activities, both work and play, previously open only to men.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The bra , or something like it , has been in use for over 6,000 years but really didn''t come into its own until the turn of the century. The first formal application for a patent on the garment was filed on February 12, 1914 by Mary Phelps Jacob, also known as Caresse Crosby, who fashioned a prototype using some ribbons, thread , and two handkerchiefs. After World War I, the donning of the bra became synonymous with the chucking of the corset , long considered the restrainer of the female and the mainstay of her oppression. The bra allowed women to both liberate their bodies and assume a host of activities, both work and play, previously open only to men.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The bra , or something like it , has been in use for over 6,000 years but really didn''t come into its own until the turn of the century. The first formal application for a patent on the garment was filed on February 12, 1914 by Mary Phelps Jacob, also known as Caresse Crosby, who fashioned a prototype using some ribbons, thread , and two handkerchiefs. After World War I, the donning of the bra became synonymous with the chucking of the corset , long considered the restrainer of the female and the mainstay of her oppression. The bra allowed women to both liberate their bodies and assume a host of activities, both work and play, previously open only to men.''
Charles Panati. Sexy Origins and Intimate Things (1998): ''Seldom do men and women equally embrace a fashion trend, and when they do the mutual enthusiasm lasts only briefly. The opposite-sexes like being opposites in as many ways as possible. When French and Italian men began to be turned-on to the female leg in decorative high heels, they did not like to see the same erotic footwear on the feet of men. All but a few men stopped wearing high heels, which went from being a mans standard footwear to one of his favorite sexual fetishes. ''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''Unfortunately, the only question he [the male] has in mind is: Is she easy (since 17th C), loose (since 15th C), fast (18th C), swift (late 19-20th C), speedy (c. 1923), light (14th C), or convenient (19thC)? Does she go all the way(mid-20th C), the whole route (19-20th C), or the limit (c. 1916)? Once we have the answer to that question, we have established what is called a reputation (since 18th C).''
Lawrence Paros, The Erotic Tongue (1984) about the word yard : ''By 1850 it had become obsolete. Yet the yard lives on in every man''s fantasy, though the details of the fantasy clash. We have the old adage, "Short and thick does the trick" (18thC), as well as Robert Burns''s "Nine inch will please a lady" while contemporary folk hyperbole immortalizes theman with a nine-inch pr**k and a twelve-inch tongue who can breathe through his ears. In our world , however, it''s the three-inch-fool (The Taming of the Shrew) who clearly is the rule.''
Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): 'Nobody really knows where the hole came from, though Captain Grose, the roguish eighteenth- century lexicographer, had his own ideas about it . His version opens with an angel who had been employed in forming women, forgetting to cut off their parts-of-generation . Enter Lucifer who took it upon himself to set matters right. Taking a somewhat direct approach to the problem, he placed himself in a sawpit with a scythe fixed to a stick in his hand and directed the women to straddle the pit . He then gave each the mark-of-the-beast (c. 1715). The pit being too deep for the length of his instrument , tall women received only a moderate scratch , but little women, because their legs were so short and more within his reach, received a somewhat larger cut . The long and the short of it? They both went home with an everlasting-wound (17th C), known in some quarters as the divine-scar (18th C). The Devil, henceforth, was to be known as Old Nick or Ole Scratch; and the c**t [cunt, as slit (17th-20th C), nick , and gash (both 16th-20thC).'


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