As a harm-reduction strategy, this participant describes an eroticization
of ejaculate that is used to reduce the quantity of bodily fluids that are deposited within a sexual partner.
This is another aspect that prevents the singular eroticization
of violence that is crucial to so many Hollywood productions, where heroes are more likely to be presented as "hyper-masculine saviors in their anointed destiny to save the world from unspeakable horrors.
Graham-Smith, Greg 2004 "Half in Love with Easeful Death": The Sex/Death Dialectic and the Eroticization
of the Aids Virus.
Women's five most prominent sexual goals were: physical pleasure (orgasm) and lack of discomfort; spontaneity and sexual flow; closeness; pleasing one's partner; and eroticization
of safety and responsibility.
47) For instance, DeMille's Volga Boatman (1926) shares with Rand's Red Pawn the eroticization
of the Revolution, whereby the princess comes to represent "an object of exchange" between the old regime (Prince Dimitri and Prince Victor, respectively) and the new (the boatman and the Commandant).
The torture and the disposal of the body are part of the sexualization and eroticization
of the crime.
Equally, in the social domain, he advocated "the unbridled eroticization
of the proletariat," which he felt would assure a "real revolutionary development," because "erotic magnetism" was the most valuable rebellious medium.
This HIV scholarship provides a useful explanatory model for the eroticization
of unsafe sex, but the same concepts cannot be mapped perfectly onto pregnancy risk.
More specifically, workers might advocate for standards in popular media that discourage images that promote violence against women, particularly images that link violence and eroticization
Asian-American critics are highly critical of what Frank Chin, for example, characterizes as Tan's eroticization
of China and the Chinese for a white mainstream audience.
La Cinquantenaire" participates in a spectacular fetishization of the female hysterical body: when the surrealists "saw fit to commemorate the '50th anniversary of Hysteria' in 1928 with reproductions of these photographed ecstasies of Augustine" they perpetuated the eroticization
of the hysterical body and "continued to get an eyeful of Augustine's painful gesticulations, the poor starlet" (148).
David Spurr's (1993) twelve rhetorical modes include representational practices like aestheticization, classification, debasement, affirmation, negation, idealization, naturalization, and eroticization