Erotic literature is different from pornographic literature. Some may argue that there is a fine line between the 2 genres. Having said that, there is a reason why erotic literature exists and flourishes today.
Wanting to satisfy and please one’s lover has been something that has going on since time immemorial.
ED is the new word for ”impotence” and it applies to men. When a woman experiences problems in achieving orgasm, she is said to be “frigid” or has some kind of disorder.
In a sexual relationship, one wants to please one’s lover, whether he or she is LBGT or Diabetic with EDor neither. If there is some medical reason for the ED or whatever one wants to call it, then treatment may be given. However, there are ages old remedies in the arts of the world which cannot be ignored.
Consult the internet on the subject of erotic literature and the most sensational verse will be found. Authors have been writing about this topic since forever and the subject never becomes old.
Reading verse out to your lover can be very exciting. Looking together at beautiful photos of old sculptures in Khajuraho can be stimulating. Japanese Meiji period netsuke carvings have taken eroticism to great heights of elegance…or not.
Chinese used Ginseng tea for thousands of years and may be described as aphrodisiac; oysters and chilies are also said to stimulate sexual desire. Music will also provide the most exquisite sensory pleasures; there is no time to waste on the search for erotic music.
This in itself is an adventure of a lifetime. Finally, aromatherapy will come to the rescue with rose oil and ylang ylang oil. Switch on your senses.
E161 – Diabetes and Erotic Literature