erotize


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er·o·tize

 (ĕr′ə-tīz′)
tr.v. er·o·tized, er·o·tiz·ing, er·o·tiz·es
To imbue with erotic feeling or import.

erotize

(ˈɛrəˌtaɪz) or

erotise

vb (tr)
to transform into erotic feeling
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Self defense classes that encourage women to respond with frustration and anger rather than compliance when they are sexually pressured, and sex education which explores alternatives to conventional heterosexual practices are components of our cultural landscape as well as images that erotize men's violence against women.
They investigate the rigorous nature of Fortune and erotize political disorder.
they like violence; it erotizes violence and then fuels sexual violence; it holds and [sic] addictive and fatal attraction for many men and teenage boys, it invades their thoughts and manipulates their behavior .