Turn on Take Part
It used to be a glimpse of stocking was
something shocking. Now it takes more.
My Partner Undresses Me
Rather than a striptease from a partner, it’s your
partner actually doing the undressing.
Ready to Stuff
Going Down on You
Having someone go down on you seems
more like a sex act than a turn-on.
Interestingly, 76 percent of men said this was
a turn-on compared to only 56 percent of women.
Pull the Sexual Trigger
It seems we really like to undress each other. A partner
undressing us is more of a turn-on then undressing our
partner. You have to get those clothes off somehow.
Overall we prefer having a partner rouse us. Isn’t
that usually true in sex fantasies?
Almost Jennifer Lawrence
The first stage of arousal is called ‘the aesthetic response’.
It’s an emotional reaction to noticing an attractive face or figure.
It produces an increase in attention toward the object of attraction,
typically involving head and eye movements toward the attractive object.
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Are You Having
an Aesthetic Response?
Erotica is any artistic work that deals substantively with erotically stimulating or sexually arousing subject matter. All forms of art may depict erotic content, including painting, sculpture, photography, drama, film, music, or literature. Erotica has high-art aspirations, differentiating it from commercial pornography.
The sole objective of pornography is to turn on the viewer. The aim of the pornographer is not to help their audience rejoice in the human form or honor physical intimacy in any way. Pornography’s only purpose is immediate and intense arousal.
This often leads to the question that doesn’t erotica end up having the same effect as porn? The answer is NO. The idea behind erotica is to celebrate sexual bliss and the universal desire for carnal union. It won’t grow old or become stale over time – as pornographic images generally do. After all, how many of us go back repeatedly to the same pornographic video we watched five years back?
In addition, pornography is mainly a money-making venture, which is not always the case with erotica. Also, an issue about porn that feminists have been voicing for a long time is that pornography, by objectifying women, reduces them to sex objects whose core value is to satisfy a man’s lustful needs.
Despite all the variations between the two, what is one individual’s erotica may well be another’s pornography and vice versa.
& Female Libido
If we measure arousal and desire more accurately,
a woman’s libido is no weaker than a man’s.
Women struggle with monogamy more than men do.
It’s women, not men, who are “wired” for promiscuity.