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Ecdyosis
Sexual arousal from stripping in front of an audience
Ecdysiast
A stripper
eclampsia (on Wikipedia)
an acute and life-threatening complication of pregnancy, characterized by the appearance of tonic-clonic seizures,
ecorchement
French for skinning or flaying (depending on the context) A paraphilia defined as sexual arousal by flagellation
ecouteurism
refers to intentionally listening to other people having sex without them being aware of it or consenting to it.
ecstasy
Ecstasy is a subjective experience of total involvement of the subject, with an object of his or her awareness.
ectopic testis
a testis that has moved to an unusual location
ectopic pregnancy
where the fertilized egg implants anywhere other than the uterine wall
edgeplay
SM play which pushes the limits of the person involved. This can be particularly dangerous activities such as fire, electricity, or cutting, but often isn't dangerous at all.
edging
(also known as "edging", "peaking", "surfing", and by other terms) is a sexual technique which involves the maintenance of a high level of sexual arousal for an extended period of time without reaching orgasm, although orgasm can be reached eventually. If orgasm is not reached after the extended period of arousal, it is referred to as erotic sexual denial.
effeminacy
(See "effeminate" below}
effeminate
describes traits in a human male that are more often associated with feminine nature, behaviour, mannerisms, style or gender roles rather than masculine nature, behaviour, mannerisms, style or roles.
efferent ducts (on Wikipedia)
connect the rete testis with the initial section of the epididymis.
egg donation (on Wikipedia)
Egg donation is the process by which a woman provides one or several (usually 10-15) eggs (ova, oocytes) for purposes of assisted reproduction or biomedical research. For assisted reproduction purposes, egg donation typically involves the process of in vitro fertilization as the eggs are fertilized in the laboratory; more rarely, unfertilized eggs are frozen and stored for later use by the intended parents
egg donor
A female who donates ova (see above)
ego dystonic (on Wikipedia)
a psychological term referring to behaviors, values, feelings that are in harmony with or acceptable to the needs and goals of the ego, or consistent with one's ideal self-image.
ejaculatio praecox
rs when a man experiences orgasm and expels semen soon after sexual penetration and with minimal penile stimulation.
ejaculation
the ejection of semen (usually carrying sperm) from the male reproductory tract, and is usually accompanied by orgasm. It is usually the final stage and natural objective of male sexual stimulation, and an essential component of natural conception.
ejaculatory duct (on Wikipedia)
(ductus ejaculatorii) are paired structures in male anatomy. Each ejaculatory duct is formed by the union of the vas deferens with the duct of the seminal vesicle. They pass through the prostate, and open into the urethra at the Colliculus seminalis. During ejaculation, semen passes through the prostate gland, enters the urethra and exits the body via the tip of the penis
ejaculatory dysfunction (on Wikipedia)
any number of medical or psychological conditions which blocks ejaculation
ejaculatory incompetence
or delayed ejaculation, also called retarded ejaculation or inhibited ejaculation, is a man's inability for or persistent difficulty in achieving orgasm, despite typical sexual desire and sexual stimulation.
ejaculatory control (on Wikipedia)
see ejaculatory control
elastrator
Device, resembling a pair of tongs, used for applying very strong and tight elastic bands, intended for veterinary use in castrating and tail-cropping young animals, but sometimes used as a form of clamp in SM play, especially on nipples (prolonged wearing of such bands should be avoided).
Electra complex (on Wikipedia)
as proposed by Carl Gustav Jung, is a child’s psychosexual competition with his/her mother for possession of his/her father
electric shock
occurs upon contact of a human's body with any source of voltage high enough to cause sufficient current flow through the muscles or hair.
Electrical Stimulating Devices
Electrotorture.: use of electricity directly applied to the skin. In most, the intensity of the applied electricity can be altered, from a low voltage to a fairly high amount. The sensations that come from these devices range from pleasant to very painful. Electrical play is best left alone. It is very dangerous edge-type play, and must be thoroughly researched before being embarked on.
electroejaculation (on Wikipedia)
a procedure used to obtain semen samples from sexually mature male mammals. The procedure is used for breeding programs and research purposes in various species, as well as in the treatment of an ejaculatory dysfunction in human males.
electrology (on Wikipedia)
the practice of electrical epilation to permanently remove human hair. The actual process of removing the hair is referred to as electrolysis.
Electrotorture.
use of electricity directly applied to the skin. In most, the intensity of the applied electricity can be altered, from a low voltage to a fairly high amount. The sensations that come from these devices range from pleasant to very painful. Electrical play is best left alone by amateurs. It is very dangerous edge-type play, and must be thoroughly researched before being embarked on.
Elf Sternberg
former keeper of the alt.sex FAQ. He is also the author of many erotic stories and articles on sexuality and sexual practices, and is considered one of the most notable and prolific online erotica authors.
eligibility
see eligible bachelor below
eligible bachelor
a bachelor considered to be a particularly desirable potential husband, usually due to wealth, or social status.
ELISA (on Wikipedia)
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a test that uses antibodies and color change to identify a substance.
ELISA test
see ELISA above
Havelock Ellis (February 2, 1859 - July 8, 1939)
was a British doctor, sexual psychologist and social reformer.
elongated labia (on Wikipedia)
a feature of certain Khoisan groups, whose female members develop relatively elongated labia minora, hanging up to four inches outside their vulva when they are standing in an upright position.
elopement
embryo
embryology
emergency contraception
emetophilia (a.k.a. vomerophilia)
Sexual attraction to vomit
emotional affair
emotional intimacy
Emotional Sadism & Masochism
A combined ground between DS and SM is emotional sadism/emotional masochism. The most common form is embarrassment or humiliation. Examples include name-calling, having one's partner say he or she has behaved naughtily, or having one's partner engage in an emotionally uncomfortable activity (e.g., masturbating with the window blinds open or eating from a dog dish). Another form of emotional SM is emotional abandonment: play wherein the top responds coldly to the bottom or deserts the bottom. Flirting with someone else at a party or behaving with indifference toward the bottom after a difficult scene (where the inducement of jealousy or the indifference are part of the play) are examples, as is the controversial situation of leaving a bottom who is bound and helpless. (Before you do anything like this latter, think about extreme possibilities such as: What if the bottom has a heart attack or an emotional or physical crisis like becoming entangled in the bonds while no one is present? Leaving a bound bottom is universally considered to be not a safe or recommended activity.)
EMS unit
EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulator) units and Relaxicisors. Similar machines include Transcutaneous Electrical Neural Stimulation unit, one of a number of machines designed for applying electrical pulses to the body at safe levels.
Emysphilia (or Turtle Fetish)
A rare sexual fetish in which the practitioner experiences sexual arousal from visual and tactile stimuli relating to turtles and tortoises.
Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices
endocrine gland
endogamy
endometrial cancer
endometrioid tumor
endometriosis
endometrium
Endorphins
A group of endogenous, morphine-like hormones secreted by the brain when the body is under unusual stress, which fit into the brain's optiod receptors and stimulate them to fire, producing tranquilizing and pain-killing properties that appear to help induce a sort of euphoria; some people report feeling a state of well-being similar to endorphin euphoria after experiencing intense sensations such as those associated with prolonged flogging. A common question asked by newcomers is: How can anyone like to experience pain? There are as many answers as there are people who like it. For some people, pain is directly erotic. Some people have orgasms from being flogged; others are highly aroused by nipple clamps. For others, pain is often accompanied by internal chemical reactions, most notably the release of brain chemicals called endorphins.
Endorphin Rush
Endorphins are the chemicals responsible for the "high" people often get from activities such as sex, or high-risk sports, and is the body's response to heightened or intense experiences of certain kinds. BDSM activities, especially those incorporating a degree of sensation play often cultivate the endorphin rush as part of their "payoff" to the sub. But also see aftercare for the care needed to ensure that subdrop does not occur afterwards as the body returns to normal.
endytophilia
enema
A thorough anal douche using a bag and tube. See Douche or Douching also.
enema cocktail
Enforced Chastity
Chastity play where the Dom controls a sub's sexual frequency and ability to experience sexual pleasure, usually with a chastity belt or other chastity device. {{See Erotic sexual denial)
engagement
English vice}} – Enjo kōsaienkephalin
enlarged prostate
Enslavement
Enslavement is the process of putting someone into slavery.
Entamoeba histolytica
entomophilia
enuresis
Eonism
ephebiatrics
ephebophilia
(a.k.a. hebephilia):
Sexual attraction towards adolescents
epicaricacy
a human psychological response that entails the rejoicing at, taking joy in, or getting pleasure from the misfortunes of others. The term is derived from the Ancient Greek ἐπί (epi), "upon") + χάρις (kharis), "joy") +κακός (kakos), "evil"). Its German langauge equivalent, schadenfreude, is commonly used as a loan word in English. Epicaricacy has similarities to envy, gloating, jealousy, sadism and sardonism.
epicene
epididymectomy
epididymis - (also see page on 'Sex organs')
A narrow, tightly-coiled tube connecting the vas efferens from the rear of each testicle to its vas deferens, which sperm are stored during maturation.
epididymitis
episioclisia
episiotomy
epispadias
epoophoron
eproctophilia
sexual attraction to flatulence
er nai
erectile dysfunction
erection
erogenous zones
Eros (love)The Ethical Slut – {{fs|ethnic pornography
ethology
etiology
eugenics
eunuch
eunuch's fiddle
Eve principle
evening people
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)
excitement phase
excretory duct of seminal gland
executions
exemplar
exhibitionism
exhibitionist
exigency theory
exocrine
exogamy
exogenous
exoletus
exophilia
exorcist syndrome
exoticism
expiation
extended family
extended hookup
extended orgasm
extended orgasm
external orifice of the uterus
external spermatic fascia
external urethral orifice (male)
external orifice of the uterus
exteroceptive
extravasate
extramarital intercourse
extravasate
extreme restraint
Bondage that is very strict or terribly confining, usually not something used on beginners.
Extreme Restraints
An online store selling bondage, latex and sex toys. SM-201/BackDrop is affiliated with Extreme Restraints
Our link to Extreme Restraints
eyeglasses fetishism
a fetishistic attraction to people wearing prescription glasses or sunglasses, or in certain cases, to the act of wearing glasses



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