autoeroticism

Type: Term Pronunciation: aw′tō-ĕ-rot′i-sizm Definitions: 1. Sexual arousal or gratification using one's own body, as in masturbation. Synonyms: autoerotism
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autoeroticism

[n] - using you own body as a sexual object
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autoeroticism

Synonym for autoerotism ... 1. Sexual arousal or gratification using one's own body, as in masturbation. ... 2. Sexual self-love. ... See: narcissism. ... Compare: alloerotism. ... Synonym: autoeroticism, autosexualism. ... Origin: auto-+ G. Erotikos, relating to love ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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autoeroticism

autoerotism noun using you own body as a sexual object
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autoeroticism

(aw″to-ә-rot´ĭ-siz-әm) sexual self-gratification or arousal without the participation of another person, such as masturbation. See also alloeroticism. adj., autoerot´ic., adj.
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autoeroticism

autoeroticism, autoerotism, autoerotic 1. In psychoanalytic psychology, the earliest stage in the development of object relationships where the self is the only object recognized and the infant does not differentiate between self and nonself. 2. Spontaneous erotism, self-erotism; sexual gratification aroused or obtained by oneself, i.e. not with a...
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Autoeroticism

Autoeroticism is the practice of becoming sexually stimulated through internal stimuli. The term was popularized toward the end of the 19th century by British sexologist Havelock Ellis, who defined autoeroticism as `the phenomena of spontaneous sexual emotion generated in the absence of an external stimulus proceeding, directly or indirectly, fro....
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Autoeroticism

Sensual self-gratification. Characteristic of, but not limited to, an early stage of emotional devel
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