“What’s your sexual fantasy?”
“Huh, say what?” was my first thought. “Isn’t it a bit personal to go around asking people stuff like that?” Apparently not for these memes where it seems everything goes. Now, since everything goes here as well (except sushi—I hate sushi!), what say you we discuss this a bit? *g*
Many people feel embarrassed and/or uncomfortable about their sexual fantasies (Trollop here, *Like me!*), fearing that they’re somehow weird if they’re turned on by things that are unacceptable to others. It is also especially hard on women. There was actually a time when idiotic experts denied that women *gasp* experienced or even enjoyed sexual fantasies! (Trollop here, *Er, they might have not been wrong you know, Harlot!*) However, in 1973, a book by Nancy Friday titled My Secret Garden was released. Based from actual words of many women, through her research, Ms. Friday gives a clear explanation of the guilt associated with fantasizing, and then sums it up by saying it is completely normal for women to have sexual fantasies.
If you find it difficult to let yourself enjoy your fantasies or make them come to life, you can learn. (Trollop here, *Yeah right!*) Erotica can help; try exploring bookshops for erotic books and art. There’s also a wealth of magazines available to suit any taste. (Trollop here, *Ohhh right, forgot about that Passion book—that was HOT! Mmm... maybe should finish reading it with BF.* :P)
- having sex with an existing partner
- giving and receiving oral sex
- having sex with more than one person
- being dominant
- being passive and submissive
- reliving a previous experience
- watching others make love
- trying new sexual positions
Many women relish the idea of meeting up with a mystery man and going to some no-name motel with him for a wild night of uninhibited sex. Sometimes women feel like the only people they can truly let loose with are strangers simply because they won’t be judged. And who cares anyway? They’ll probably never see the beautiful stranger again. (This is Trollop’s secret fantasy! Sssh!)
Francine divulged her perspective, “The idea of sharing a passionate night with a stranger and behaving like a sexual predator doesn’t just sound inviting; it sounds delicious. And leaving after we’re done without even knowing each other’s names is the best part.”
Although saying “rape fantasy” sounds somewhat unthinkable, that’s exactly what most women call it. They want to play the innocent, naïve, unknowing little girl who gets taken advantage of by the devious, predator-like man. (Gasp! This is Trollop’s second secret fantasy!!!)
Forcibly pushing her against the wall and “pinning my arms above my head with one hand while the other hand has made its way under my skirt and is fondling my vagina,” received nods of approval by all the women in the room. Andrea went even further expecting the man to “rip off my clothes, force open my legs, penetrate me, and concurrently smear my lipstick all over my face with his forceful kiss.” Hmmm, interesting.
So have you ever heard any of these before? Or better yet, have you ever participated in any of them? Women of the new millennium have established their position in this sexually charged environment... and I mean that exactly how it sounds.
So gentlemen, protect yourselves at all time, and start doing that by getting yourself some condoms. Until next time, enjoy the femme fatale of your fantasies!