erective

erective

(ɪˈrɛktɪv)
adj
producing erections; tending to erect
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Reich wrote that "phallic narcissists" were "men who show excessive erective potency, for fear of the woman and in defense against unconscious homosexual phantasies.
'Sturdy' in 'the sturdy seedling' [13], as the opposite of soft, may at first glance signal erective proficiency:
HEADLAND Risen like a sewer of precognition, of lacertilian biotite folds, cerebral lobes, anacoluthic evocations of Coatlicue, risen directly from Tory Island's ocean floor, cankered into its own principle of petri-growth, with heather, like rooted nightcrawlers, swarming between the bony plates extending along its crest, Dun Bhaloir turns its headless head to eyelessly stare into the Atlantic's horizontal dark blue depth-- flat shades, which are a banished Adam to this apple-tree abyss of erective crag.
(8) Como ha senalado el poeta anglosajon James Kirkup, "pulsing images of homosexual desire occasionally prompt an erective stir" (cit.
erective virtue and is encouraging to the natural member" (Cohen
Viagra is now on the VA national formulary subject to recommendations of the Erective Dysfunction Guidelines.