Related formse·rot·i·cist, noun
Examples from the Web for eroticism
“Politics and celebrity — there is a bit of eroticism in the show too, and also cultural critique,” Phillips explains.
We Americans are still pretty strong on eroticism, but all too often it is fear that spurs us or restrains us.
Islam has a very rich tradition of sacred sexuality and eroticism.
Homoeroticism might be how this particular repressed desire gets expressed, but intimacy is not the same thing as eroticism.
The rejection of the eroticism, which dominates him, expresses itself there in his abhorrence of honeymoon travellers.Delusion and Dream|Wilhelm Jensen
The sensuous and voluptuous libertine is enchanted by the eroticism of the “Roman Elegies.”German Problems and Personalities|Charles Sarolea
Eroticism is no more a vice than sexual anæsthesia is a virtue.The Sexual Question|August Forel
There are yet other evidences of degeneration; witness the eroticism that is to be found in our literature.Religion and Lust|James Weir
Eroticism taught and practised as a religious conviction—that is the essential and significant feature of the situation.Religion & Sex|Chapman Cohen