homoerotic


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ho·mo·e·rot·ic

 (hō′mō-ĭ-rŏt′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or tending to arouse sexual desire for a person of the same sex.

homoerotic

(ˌhəʊməʊɪˈrɒtɪk)
adj
(Psychology) of, concerning, or arousing sexual desire for persons of one's own sex
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.homoerotic - of or concerning homosexual love
Translations
homoérotique

homoerotic

[ˌhɒməʊɪˈrɒtɪk] adjhomoérotique, homoérotique

homoerotic

adj image, fantasy, subtexthomoerotisch
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I was anticipating the well-known homoerotic subtext.
Visions of Sodom: Religion, Homoerotic Desire, and the End of the World in England, c.
'Fujoshi' refers to a female fan of a male homoerotic anime and manga, also known as 'yaoi.' The term roughly translates as 'rotten girl.' The favorite male characters in these homoerotic media are oftentimes referred to as 'husbando,' the Japanese pronunciation for the English word 'husband' and a colloquial term in the anime world.
Number of homoerotic photographs taken by Wilhelm von Gloeden in Sicily between 1878 and 1910
Despite the conservative environment, the plot was overtly homoerotic, (2) yet the plot of the opera was not controversial.
In this paper, I will chronicle changing meanings of homoerotic romance in the cultural history of same-sex desires in China.
21 ( ANI ): A tell-all biography based on Jack Nicholson, has claimed that the veteran actor had "homoerotic fantasies" when he was addicted to drugs like LSD, cocaine, and marijuana, in the early years of his career.
He then launched into a break-neck synopsis of the entire film from beginning to end from a scene where Rambo gets hosed down by enemy soldiers, which Lemon says he thought was "a bit homoerotic", to when the hero is attacked by an army of rats.
He also offers evidence that Barnfield's published poems from 1594, including over 20 homoerotic love sonnets, were in dialogue with some of Shakespeare's (1564-1616) own homoerotic sonnets to his Fair Youth; that Barnfield was in fact the Rival Poet of Shakespeare's sonnets; and that Stanley was the beloved male pastoral addressee of both poets.
Not only was it a survey of art with (male and female) homoerotic content--often explicit, sometimes veiled--from antiquity to the present, it also used the venerable hosting museum as a platform to advocate for equality for the LGBT community in Poland.
Via Cixous, she states that it is the gift's basis in a self-perpetuating homoerotic jouissance which leads it to exceed and subvert the capitalist sphere's dominating force.
It's this rather wonderful homoerotic work of art."