[ UK /ɪɹˈɒtɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /ɪˈɹɑtɪkə/ ]
  1. creative activity (writing or pictures or films etc.) of no literary or artistic value other than to stimulate sexual desire
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How To Use erotica In A Sentence

  • One of the more consistent concerns is the presence of pornography and erotica and the expression of sexuality on the Internet.
  • Another example -- I write gay romance and erotica, and I use a pseud because my husband is in civil service. Pseudonyms: A Chat with “Benjamin Tate”
  • I think erotica is always sexier with characters you love - that way you care about them when they get their ‘thang’ on. » Blog Archive » Why I Like My Smut from New Zealand
  • Steward would later go on to write homoerotica under the name Phil Andros. Kergan Edwards-Stout: Our Place in the World: Reclaiming Our Humanity
  • Despite the fact that they're probably going to win a considerable number of congressional seats on Tuesday, the far right appears to be unsatisfied with a significant electoral victory and is supplementing its would-be success by physically accosting anyone who isn't sporting an array of teabags erotically dangled from the brim of a tri-cornered hat. Bob Cesca: When in Doubt, They Beat Up Women
  • Similarly, European erotica first entered American screens as sliced and dubbed sexploitation pictures for the one-handed cinema set, before they entered the art houses of New York and LA.
  • Whereas two-minute video clips are the most popular form of contemporary erotica for men, the most popular form for women remains the romance novel, an artifact that takes many hours to digest.
  • Okay, so since the Bomber's Broadside went to bed (the project formerly known as the Yankee Annual), the fleamarkets are over, a pile of other deadlines have also been kicked, and the cowboy erotica anthology is almost done, I find myself for the past ten days in a state of actual depression. February 23rd, 2007
  • Female erotica demonstrates how the detective agency operates—and how it differs from the much simpler male brain.
  • A technical, if admittedly simplistic, analogy: horror is to gore as erotica is to pornography.
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