Proudman responded, as you might expect from a sharp and clever woman, telling her admirer, among other things: "The eroticisation
of women's physical appearance is a way of exercising power over women.
The Aesthetics of Eroticisation
of Violence in the Films of Tony Scott.
This process--the Western criminological enterprise utilising Indigenous motifs, phrases, practices to indigenise and market their products, should be presented for what it really is, the eroticisation
of Western crime control (see Acorn (2004) for discussion of the eroticisation
of justice, specifically in relation to RJ).
As in the previous scene, this voyeuristic eroticisation
of death and potential self-harm vis-a-vis female sexual pleasure and agency can be likened to a similar connection in Oskar Roehler's more recent film Jud SA1/4ss: Film ohne Gewissen (2010, released in English as Jew Suss: Rise and Fall), in which a German woman seduces the protagonist to have rough sex with her from behind as they stare out the window of a high-rise building while Allied bombs fall over Berlin.
These include increased trade across borders, poverty, unemployment, low status of girls, lack of education (including sex education) of children and their parents, inadequate legislation, lack of or poor law enforcement and the eroticisation
of children by the media, a phenomenon increasingly seen in industrialised countries.
In the context of these memoirs, I will discuss the manner in which the texts celebrate, rather than contest, the eroticisation
of male power and sexual values ascribed by the mainstreaming of the sex industry, and demonstrate how, in the context of postfeminist rhetoric and second-wave feminist backlash, this eroticisation
of male power is represented, contentiously and divisively, as ostensibly liberating to women.
Cohan points to The Pirate (Minnelli, 1948) as a film where Kelly's dancing reaches such levels of over-the-top athleticism, exhilarating flamboyance, and hypermasculinity that it results in both an inevitable eroticisation
of his body--which becomes the object of the gaze of men and women alike within the musical number's mise-en scene--and a parody of heterosexual machismo with definite camp implications (Cohan 29-30).
In the 'Queer Subjectivities' section, a linguistic look at lesbian erotica offers insights into the eroticisation
of power, especially through butch masculinity.
of the window in medieval literature provides an interesting example of how women might express transgressiveness even within sanctioned space.
Kincaid offers a powerful analysis of the relationship between the idealization of childhood as a state of innocence and the eroticisation
This cryptic eroticisation
of the twins' relationship is intensified in the novel's final pages, when Gabriel returns to Birchwood to find a transvestite Michael whom he resolves to kill, but ultimately finds himself incapable of doing so.
That movement [toward the notion of the publication of experience] also leads toward a kind of eroticisation
of the text.