Wife talking about sexual fantasies
Have an intimate question? To e-mail us, click here. While he has always been interested in my sexual history I'm 39 and he's 40 , lately he's been wanting me to tell him details about sex with previous partners, including their penis size, and whether I would be interested in sleeping with them again. He also says he wants me to have affairs and would like to watch or at least have me describe the experience to him during our lovemaking. He says he doesn't have any specific men in mind; he seems to just enjoy thinking about me sleeping with other guys. I am concerned for several reasons.
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That's OK. Sexual fantasies are the stuff of fascination and confusion. When you're thinking about something strange or taboo, it's easy to feel like you're gross and weird. And turned on somehow? Whatever your sexual fantasy is, it is perfectly normal.
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Here, ten women describe their hottest sexual fantasy scenario. I'm both an exhibitionist and a voyeur so I've always been turned on by the idea of people watching me submit, and I'm a trans lesbian myself so of course it has to be a damn near shameful, sinful encounter. It could be in a park or an Applebee's for all I care. You can get cute costumes and act out different scenarios.
Apr 18 Andrew Zaeh for Bustle Sexual fantasies can be such a personal thing, and for some, they're secrets. So the thought of sharing it out loud with someone else can seem terrifying. But if you don't already do so in your relationship, there are some really good reasons why you should start talking about your fantasies. As a new study published in The Journal of Sex Research found, couples who are open with each other about their sexual fantasies tend to have better sex and a happier relationship overall. Researchers Randal D.
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