erotic love

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Noun1.erotic love - a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction; "their love left them indifferent to their surroundings"; "she was his first love"
concupiscence, physical attraction, sexual desire, eros - a desire for sexual intimacy
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Their affair constitutes the first part of the novel, which is an erotic love story.
Thus the film leads us to believe that such violence is an acceptable expression of erotic love.
3(3) Unfaithful (15) Death and adultery in genuinely erotic love triangle suspense thriller.
Matching fabrics and Frankenstein-style seams suggested not united wholes but erotic love as a paradoxical merging of fragments.
The erotic love of Molly and Poldy grows out of that grounding, as does the modern but true heroism of Bloom.
She said of her new book: "It is erotic literature about erotic love.
He discusses the transformation of erotic love into eros love.
The more defiantly essentialist analyses, such as those from Kenneth Lewes, Florence Rosiello (she ain't scared of erotic love between women) and especially co-editor Drescher are the more coherent, engaging and practical.
She once said that God had to create disco so she ``could be born and be successful'' and, whileGod's involvement in Donna's career is open to debate, what is certain is hits like the unashamedly erotic Love To Love You Baby and the innovative and hugely influential I Feel Love put both disco and Donna on the map.
Among Krog's themes, politics and her erotic love for her husband have always been the strongest.
Like many other Japanese manga, a lot of boy-love comics contain erotic love scenes, which some showing the characters kissing, having sexual intercourse and oral sex.
Furthermore, while we may enact our eros in sexuality that is itself "a means of divine and human grace that makes life fuller and more loving," regardless of sexual orientation, erotic love is not, however, simplistically reducible to sex or genital activity (Graham, p.