Definition of Sádica
Sádica (Sadist) is understood as a sexually perverse person, who loves to have sex and enjoys doing it constantly, especially, gets excited or enjoys causing pain to others.
Generally, in terms of the urban gender, we understand sadist as a provocative, sensual woman with extreme pleasure (more than usual).
SYNONYMS FOR Sádica
ORIGIN OF Sádica
The word sádica owes its name to the French novelist called or better known as the “Marquis de Sade”, who was imprisoned for a long time for committing sexual crimes related to inflicting pain in multiple ways to his partners. This marquis lived in the years 1740 to 1814 of the present era.
The Marquis de Sade is credited with the literary work “The 120 Days of Sodom” in which, like many of his works, antagonistic characters reign, i.e., there are no heroes and those who take that position become a darker role.
Sade’s works are imprinted with a sadistic vision. Rapists, abusers and many other denigrating roles are usually the main characters of the story.
It should be noted that at the time when the marquis was born, these subjects were forbidden and because of his writers and some legends attributed to him, he was imprisoned for about 27 years and his books were in the forbidden library of the Catholic Church.
CURIOSITIES OF Sádica
The word sadistic is now used to define a specific sexual taste, not usually discriminatory. In fact, there are now movies and books that relate this type of relationship within a romantic and respectful panorama.