We see the term "erotica" online, in social media, and on the cover of magazines. Erotica novels, erotica stories, movies, poems and so on. But what does erotica mean? Most people immediately think that erotica equals pornography, and I would disagree. It walks a fine line, don't get me wrong, but erotic media is tasteful and evokes emotions, not just sexual arousal as in the case of pornography. Erotica is based on sexual acts, but appeals to more than that. As a storyline is intertwined into thrilling sexual acts, audience members are brought into the characters' world, not simply external bystanders.
So is erotica media healthy? Yes! You aren't dirty because of your interest in it, the act of exploring your fantasies isn't shameful, and enjoying all aspects of this erotic journey with your trusted partner is extremely good for your relationship.You would actually read about certain characters, about their feelings, emotions and attitudes towards sex and sexual experiences, about their inner sensuality, desires, fantasies and sexual needs. You would read about their sensations, sensations that are connected or inspired by sexual acts, by foreplay, by teasing and playing, by observing, feeling, touching, smelling and tasting the human body. Erotica implies the use of all these sensations and emotions, in real images that you can actually feel, touch and sense when reading or viewing the erotica content.
So how do individuals and couple begin their own erotic journey? One premier website, A Touch of Erotica believes revealing fantasy unleashes desire. From clothing to aphrodisiac foods, the site could be a fantastic place to begin your own erotic adventure. Visitors are able to create wishlists and privately purchase adult products. If you are unable to tell your partner what you are interested in, why not take it one step further and share your wishlist with your significant other and explore products and role play together? Often, when it comes to erotic play, silence speaks far louder than words.