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erotica in Arts topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheroticae‧rot‧i‧ca /ɪˈrɒtɪkə $ ɪˈrɑː-/ noun [plural]  ASEXYerotic pictures, films, and writingpornography
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eroticaWe try to maintain a balance between education and erotica.The photographic display called Stolen Glances examines the way in which lesbians have been represented in film, fiction and erotica.Perhaps if you get his attention, you could show him the difference between erotica and comedy.Although Beart is nude through most of this four-hour film, erotica is not the aim of director Jacques Rivette.Indeed, the club's collection of erotica is very fine indeed.As women's art regains the territory of erotica, Messager comments succinctly on the debate which ensues.The club is situated in a wine bar in Kidderminster: a town not famed, admittedly, for its sizzling erotica.