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Give (something or someone) erotic qualities.‘we will explore why certain symbols and body shapes are eroticized’‘porn eroticizes immorality’‘eroticized images’
- ‘Yet, inversely, at the same time a different audience eroticizes women bodybuilders solely for their physiques - as a burgeoning underground muscle-fetish industry proves.’
- ‘Who was the first to write that beauty standards imposed on women create the look of an assault victim, thus demonstrating the immense problem we have with eroticizing violence?’
- ‘In his hallucinatory images, eroticized decorative motifs derived from organic forms add an emotional charge to an apocalyptic vision.’
- ‘My theory is that men have by and large eroticised freedom, while women have eroticised its absence.’
- ‘The central tenet of this sexuality is eroticizing dominance and subordination.’
- ‘But hey, the guy works at a gym, maybe he's learned to eroticize red-faced girls who are streaming with sweat.’
- ‘It is all in the service of eroticizing the violence to the point where the film operates more as a psychosexual exploration than a horror film.’
- ‘Desire is punished, and the punishment is eroticized, and the erotic, as it always does, seeks its final release in death.’
- ‘Masculinity is eroticized by artistic boys as they yearn for male acceptance.’
- ‘I was thinking more along the lines of the camera eroticizing the space before its lens, actually.’
- ‘I am not the origin of the desire that operates within my vision; it is from Eros that I derive the libidinal quality of my gaze which eroticizes the world.’
- ‘When the school day is done, they will turn to the videos and music that feed them eroticized violence and surround them with language that knows no constraints.’
- ‘Furthermore, soldiers are purposefully trained to eroticize violence - from a heterosexual, male-aggressor perspective, even if some soldiers are gay and some are women.’
- ‘His tendency to eroticise every same sex friendship is often preposterous.’
- ‘The process of sensitizing us to child porn also forces us to eroticize children.’
- ‘Such impositions of meaning shape the sexual experience, and space becomes eroticized by social actors through their construction of a sense of place.’
- ‘The unusual focus on Gerald's neck eroticizes this aspect of his body by highlighting the fact that here his clothes start, just where his statuesque body begins.’
- ‘In the conjoining of the two bodies, arms wrapped around the other, one may eroticize the encounter or stab the other in the back - or both.’
- ‘Instead, they are taught to eroticize power inequalities as something that feels good and right.’
- ‘I guess what you must ask yourself is are you prepared to date someone who eroticizes race in a way that may be confining to your individual personality?’
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