Translation of erotica in Spanish:

erotica

literatura erótica, n.

Pronunciation /ɪˈrɒtɪkə//əˈrɑdəkə/

noun

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    (literature) literatura erótica feminine
    (art) arte erótico masculine
    • A technical, if admittedly simplistic, analogy: horror is to gore as erotica is to pornography.
    • With his inventive sense of flattened, decorative form and composition, he has truly reinvented the still life, but he is also a master of whimsical erotica.
    • Some of the pieces skim the boundaries of adult fiction without delving into hardcore erotica.
    • Yes, I firmly believe if a literary critic is not interested in erotica he should change jobs.
    • He is also obsessed with vernacular imagery, from family photo albums to vintage erotica.
    • She confesses to having been shocked to learn that Makiki created rooms filled with erotica.
    • The members of the panel had several different views as to what pornography is, and whether there was a difference between pornography and erotica.
    • However, adverbs and adjectives are the foundations - and flying buttresses - of pornography and erotica.
    • The debate over whether or not the book is erotica or pornography misses the heart of the text's importance.
    • I, for one, initially advocated a statement saying we were not interested in genre work, or erotica.
    • But while some of the scenarios are necessarily arousing, the book does not intend to function as pornography or erotica.
    • But Payne isn't much interested in debating the distinction between erotica and porn.
    • Even the sex industry has fought off threats of censorship by grafting Shakespeare onto erotica.
    • There will be shows about French decontructionism and shows about science physical response to sexual stimuli, including erotica or actual people.
    • The author explains that she is collecting erotica from Indigenous writers in order to counteract stereotypes and misconceptions.
    • The exegesis explores the genre of women's erotica and is well grounded in contemporary critical theory.
    • Definitions of erotica, degrading pornography, and violent pornography can be problematic.
    • The internet has ushered in a brave new world of access to a polymorphously perverse spectrum of erotica, pornography and discussion.
    • One of the more consistent concerns is the presence of pornography and erotica and the expression of sexuality on the Internet.
    • This shows that a conceptual distinction between pornography and erotica is both meaningful and operational.