oral eroticism


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oral eroticism

n
(Psychoanalysis) psychoanal libidinal pleasure derived from the lips and mouth, for example by kissing
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In one of the book's most provocative claims, Boag argues that these middle-class men engaged in distinctively middle-class kinds of sex acts, mostly oral eroticism, and that the emergence of a modern gay identity, with all of its middle-class cultural markings, may actually have been more sexually liberating than the rigidly hierarchical sexual cultures of the working class could have been.
Of course, psychoanalysis itself privileges oral eroticism as the primary component instinct of feminine sexuality.