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Fantasies: Healthy Part of Our Sexuality


Sexual fantasizing is a natural, universal psychological phenomenon similar to dreaming, according to the book "Exploring the Power of Women's Sexual Fantasies ...


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Date : June 30, 2016



"Sexual fantasizing is a natural, universal psychological phenomenon similar to dreaming," according to the book "Exploring the Power of Women's Sexual Fantasies". "And, like with dreams, some sexual fantasies are fun and satisfying, while others may trouble us a lot."


Fantasies are a normal and healthy part of our sexuality. They are either taken from past experiences or may even be entirely imaginary. Sometimes a person may have wild imagination about sex that might not be socially acceptable or practical or even sort of taboo to the society. Therefore these erotic needs are only available through fantasy. The modern woman marvels at sex and sexuality. Every woman on earth has fantasized about some explicit sexual fantasy that she may or may not have been too ashamed to talk about. Whether it's your girlfriend or your wife, today's top ten list is sure to touch on a forbidden fantasy of her own.


Although most women prefer to keep their fantasies with themselves without sharing, while others have a list that they are slowly but surely accomplishing. So the next time woman seems to be wandering off in thought, who knows, she may be cruising around in the mystical world of sexual fantasy. If a woman does not see herself as being sexual, she is not likely to feel comfortable having sexual thoughts and fantasies. She may not recognize her sexual fantasies for what they are.


Nancy Friday started looking into women's sexual fantasies in the early 1970's, many of the women she talked to did not know, where having sexual fantasies. Women were seen as romantic, not sexual. Women could not envision themselves as sexual individuals, so their thoughts could not be sexual in nature, even though they actually were. Prior to Nancy Friday's books, men and women did not believe women had sexual thoughts, or that they even had a need for them. When we accept that women are just as sexual as men, we soon realize they have just as many sexual thoughts and fantasies as men have. When we see women as sexual beings, we acknowledge that they too have perverse and kinky sexual thoughts and ideas.


Sexual fantasy often needs to precede the physical aspects of a sexual activity, to prepare the body for the physical sexual stimulation that is to follow. While the brain and body may work together to signal their desire for sex, we may desire sexual pleasure more often than this event occurs on its own; spontaneous physical sexual arousal and thoughts that grab our attention. For women, they may have learned to overlook the physical and mental signals of sexual desire and they may need to learn to recognize them for what they are, and to be more open and willing to explore them.


Women's Sexual Fantasies


  • Women's want their man to watch them while they work... or play, as the case may be. "The idea of touching another soft, hairless body and softly sucking her tongue, amongst other things, seems very erotic," said Sara. Actually that does sound pretty inviting, but won't it be difficult for you guys to sit in the corner and just watch? After all, these women don't want you to participate -- okay, one of them did.
  • One of the most popular fantasies women have is being the man for one night... literally. They would like to act and dress up like a man, and I mean straight down to the penis. One woman actually had the opportunity to fulfill her fantasy and took full advantage of her boyfriend's willingness. "It was absolutely incredible to be able to penetrate a man and feel the empowerment usually associated with being the aggressor."
  • Many women relish the idea of meeting up with a mystery man and going with him for a wild night of uninhibited sex. "The idea of sharing a passionate night with a stranger and behaving like a sexual predator doesn't just sound inviting; it sounds delicious."


Having a fantasy about a particular sexual practice or activity does not mean that a person actually wishes to engage in that behavior or that he/she would enjoy the behavior. Some men fantasize about multiple sexual partners, but would find it emotionally difficult to maintain several simultaneous relationships.

In recent years, there has been a greater openness about fantasy and a greater recognition of how common this behavior is for both men and women. While fantasy often is treated as an individual behavior, partners sometimes "act out" shared fantasies to enhance their enjoyment of sex.



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