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I remember being super young and reading portions of the Starr report in The New York Times and thinking, it’s really weird that The New York Times is publishing what basically amounts to erotica.

Wanting to move on from comics, he wrote bad poetry, lackluster screenplays and egregious-sounding forays into erotica.

Don’t despair because there is a new kind of erotica that might tickle your fancy.

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This desire for erotica grew his portfolio throughout the 1950s, and he carefully shared it with “anyone he thought would appreciate it” – including a publisher of a new kind of international magazine, who immediately accepted it for publication.

Ah yes, Fifty Shades of Grey, that classic volume of lesbian erotica.

More people are (sort of) aware of S&M practices thanks to the popularity of the 50 Shades series and other “mom erotica.”

Today, there are no limits when it comes to explicit language and content in self-published erotica.

Sex, along with its companion record, Erotica, earned Warner Brothers a half billion dollars in 1992 alone.

You have a number of books that are considered works of literary erotica.

Nevertheless, that is the method which the author of the Erotica Biblon adopts for portraying the morals of the Jewish people.

None of these cases have anything to do with poedophilia erotica.

By von Krafft-Ebing this state is termed pædophilia erotica.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to erotica, such as: smut, dirt, porn, adult literature, adult materials, and obscene art.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.