erototoxin (plural erototoxins)
- a notional addictive chemical claimed to be released in the brain from looking at pornography
2005, Luce, Ron, Battle Cry for a Generation: The Fight To Save America's Youth, Colorado Springs: Cook Communications Ministries, ISBN 9780781442671, LCCN 2006280821, OCLC 60768963, OL 8093989M, page 99:
- As we saw in the previous chapter, pornographic erototoxins always bypass cognition and speech, reaching the right brain instantly to trigger excitatory transmitters and to overcome inhibitory transmitter functions.
2005 July 25, Brayton, Ed, “Robert O'Brien Trophy Awarded to Judith Reisman”, in Dispatches from the Creation Wars:
- There is no such thing as an "erototoxin", of course, but there are pleasure chemicals that are released in the brain called endorphins and they are released in a wide range of activities, including physical exercise, laughter and — surprise, surprise — sex itself.
2010, Arndt, Bettina, What Men Want in Bed, Melbourne University Publishing, ISBN 9780522861389, LCCN 2010530451, page 53: