erotic dancer

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erotic dancer

n. a dancer, typically female, who performs teasing and sexually stimulating dances, usually on a stage. She was a school teacher by day and an erotic dancer by night.
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These are the very questions motivating black queer Barbadian American anthropologist Jafari Allen's conceptualization and hermeneutic deployment of a "politics of erotic transcendence" in his lyrical ethnography
As one such affective structure, the "embodied sensations and sensitivities" of erotics provide "a different perspective on--a new metaphor for--practices and histories of peoplehood" (34).
Ironically, one of the books being discussed is In Too Deep, the story of a young librarian who finds increasingly erotic love notes to her in the suggestion box at work.
Still, the chapter coheres more than its predecessors and provides an interesting investigation of his compositional approach to the erotic.
Dreyfus's position vis-a-vis the historicality of the erotic might have been more convincing had he acknowledged that musicologists have indeed grappled with sexuality and the representation of sex in musical literature of the nineteenth century and beyond, as a perusal of Kallberg's bibliography would have shown.
Matthews-Grieco's first chapter, "Satyrs and Sausages: Erotic Strategies and the Print Market in Cinquecento Italy," explores the spread and the consequences of erotic printings, spanning the classes from the lower to the elite.
An two-volume edition entitled "The Bulgarian Erotics Encyclopedia" was officially presented in the historical museum in the city of Ruse on Thursday.
The collection of erotic art objects itself is interesting to the core.
In Cory Rushton and Amanda Hopkins's introduction to the volume, subtitled "The Revel, the Melodye, and the Bisynesse of Solas" readers find a concise overview of the meaning of the erotic in the Middle Ages.
Ovid's Art and the Wife of Bath: The Ethics of Erotic Violence.
In counterpart to the late-medieval Italian tale "Decameron" and the late-medieval English work "Canterbury Tales", Erotic Tales of Medieval Germany offers a collection of titillating erotic stories from medieval German literature, many by anonymous authors.
Marion's primary concern in The Erotic Phenomenon is twofold: to write love back into philosophy and to develop a new way of thinking and a revised concept of rationality, a "greater rationality," which starts from love and includes it, instead of branding it as other (5).
At the time, the newly emerging feminist consciousness in film theory was uncertain how to incorporate the sexualized, erotic and self-produced image provided by Schneemann.