While the physical side of sex is obviously an important one, fantasy and imagination are often overlooked but can be equally as beneficial to a healthy sex life. Female fantasies, especially, are often kept private and even now, when people are increasingly more open about sex, some are considered too risque to share. Crave sex with a stranger or being tied up? From being pinned down to the more extreme aspects of sexual domination, including BDSM and rape, domination is highly arousing for many women. The reality?
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People fantasize about a lot of things: a no-expenses-barred vacation in Bora Bora, finally getting promoted to the corner office, one full day where no one wants or needs a single thing from you… And fantasizing about those things are fun, because you just might get them one day. And, sometimes, those fantasies can be a little troubling—like, say, fantasizing about having sex with someone besides your partner. Confused about what your sexual fantasies might mean? These are a few of the most common ones. Looking for a Christian Grey to your Anastasia Steele?
Subscriber Account active since. Women's sexual fantasies do not always reflect what they want in real life, according to a recently published study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. For example, while a large proportion of women in the study said they fantasized about being dominated in some way, half of those women specifically indicated that they would not want to live out their fantasy of sexual submission. The team of researchers who conducted the study asked a pool of 1, men and women, living in the province of Quebec and most between the age of 20 to 40, what they fantasize about when it comes to sex. The answers don't come from a comprehensive or culturally diverse group, but they offer an interesting sample.