Definition of Autoeroticism

1. Noun. Using you own body as a sexual object.

Exact synonyms: Autoerotism
Generic synonyms: Sex, Sex Activity, Sexual Activity, Sexual Practice
Specialized synonyms: Masturbation, Onanism
Derivative terms: Autoerotic



Definition of Autoeroticism

1. Noun. The practise of stimulating oneself sexually ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Autoeroticism

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Autoeroticism

1. 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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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autoeroticism

autodynamic
autodyne
autodynes
autoecholalia
autoecious
autoeciously
autoecism
autoecisms
autoed
autoencoder
autoencoders
autoenrollment
autoepistemic
autoerotic
autoerotically
autoeroticism (current term)
autoeroticisms
autoerotism
autoerotisms
autoerythrocyte sensitization
autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome
autoethnographic
autoethnography
autoexplosive
autofade
autofecundation
autofecundations
autofellatio
autofill
autofire

Literary usage of Autoeroticism

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1. Studies in Forensic Psychiatry by Bernard Glueck (1916)
"which anal eroticism plays in our case we might speak more fully of this form of autoeroticism. One not infrequently observes in little children that they ..."

2. Nervous and mental disease monograph series (1913)
"The homosexuals have thus remained fixed during the course of development from autoeroticism to love of an object in a position nearer autoeroticism. ..."

3. Freud's Theories of the Neuroses by Edward E. Hitschmann (1917)
"The homosexuals have thus remained fixed during the course of development from autoeroticism to love of an object in a position nearer autoeroticism. ..."

4. Fundamental Conceptions of Psychoanalysis by Abraham Arden Brill (1921)
"For some reason or other, the latter productions belong to autoeroticism. That is why they seem to most people to be nothing short of insane productions, ..."

5. Mechanisms of Character Formation: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis by William Alanson White (1916)
"So that in the course of development from autoeroticism through narcissism, homosexuality and incest to an object love, that is at once iCf. ..."

6. The Psychoanalytic Method by Oskar Pfister (1917)
"... in that he was tormented by awful fear of the physical and moral danger of his autoeroticism or wished to escape by violence an obsessing phantasy; ..."

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