erotica : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i ro ti kuh

  • n  creative activity (writing or pictures or films etc.) of no literary or artistic value other than to stimulate sexual desire

  • The erotica entrepreneur attributes the growth in his market to the fact that as many as 20 million people have in recent years joined Brazil's middle class defined in Brazil .
  • Erotica has people in it that are real and that you can identify with.
  • Bettie was rich Corinthian leather to connoisseurs of specialized, subterranean erotica the kind that showed women, dressed in black undergarments and stockings, and pumps with .
News & Articles


  • Vladimir Putin in TIME
    I know that some politicians play with such ideas in their heads. This, in my view, is the sort of political erotica that might satisfy a person but hardly leads to a positive result,Putin responded.
  • Nikki Sixx in USA Today
    We're across the street from the Erotica Museum and Frederick's of Hollywood. This is a perfect place for us to be,bassist Nikki Sixx told an estimated 600 screaming fans.
  • Martin Amis in
    What is obscenity according to A, can be B's erotica. Who takes a call on what is obscene in music videos then? Definitely not a few babus sitting in a Censor office! Would they even decide what dance moves are obscene and how performers should... Deepal Shaw Times of India Apr 1, 2006 33974 43446 erotically Toward the novel's beginning, Amis describes the summer in question as hot, endless, and erotically decisive".

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