Everyone has sexual fantasies and desires. It is a normal and natural part of life. What isn't normal, is the fact that many people who are committed to each other in a relationship don't share their sexual fantasies with each other. Many people, specifically women have admitted not telling their partner about their sexual fantasies because they did not want to be viewed differently, be rejected, or made fun of.
Women Reveal Their Secret Sexual Fantasies
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For women, it may feel difficult speaking about our secret sexual desires or fantasies. Women are implicitly and explicitly taught to keep their sexual desires to themselves. In , Refinery29 collected the fantasies women had , and while some fell into similar categories, new ones cropped up, including voyeurism, exhibitionism and having sex with someone you know, like a coworker. Revealing your secret sexual desires and guilty-pleasure fantasies can be liberating for you, and to others, it can be enlightening.
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Most guys have a sexual "bucket list ," i. But do you have any idea what's on your partner's list? But when it comes to female sexual desire, everyone is different, so if you really want to know what your partner secretly wants to do in bed, there's only one way to find out: ask.
Talking about your sexual fantasies with your partner is healthy, even if you don't necessarily share them or want to act on them. That's why we asked simpatic. Here's their exclusive data for Men's Health, just in time for Valentine's Day.