Erotica includes images, books, and objects that cause or celebrate sexual feelings or desires. Just as "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," some observers will perceive erotica as obscene or pornographic ? transgressive. But when sexually suggestive or explicit materials are deemed erotica or erotic art, they are described more neutrally or positively than they are when called obscenity or pornography.Either way, such subject matter is typically deemed inappropriate for students who are younger than those at the college level.Examples: Roman, Love Scene, mosaic, Piazza Armerina, Sicily.French(?), Scoop, c. late 20th century.Also see aidoion, beauty, censorship, fig leaf, feminism and feminist art, First Amendment rights, gender issues, love, nude, odalisque, sensuality, sybaritic, and voyeurism.