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, this top ten list is sure to touch on a forbidden fantasy of her own. Although most women prefer to leave their fantasies at that, others have a list that they are slowly but surely accomplishing.
Back when I was 20, the Internet taught me everything I never knew about taboo sex, bizarre fetishes, and obscure fantasies. It seemed like a twisted and sometimes unsanitary world, but my eyes were opened to the notion that the mind-body connection works in mysterious ways: Even the most depraved thoughts can bring pleasure. Sexual fantasies, of course, are a normal part of life.
Here, thanks to recent studiesresearchand well, ladies just sharing their brilliant insightare 25 of the most common fantasies women have. Both giving and receiving head came up as a top fantasy in one study. Meanwhile, receiving oral might make you feel like a pampered queen in her throne or a thoroughly ravaged snack.
Everyone knows about a guy's stereotypical sex fantasies — starring in a porn film, participating in a three-way, bedding Princess Leia in the gold bikini — but women have their fair share of naughty dreams dancing in their heads, too. And it's about time their partners know about them. Hell, you'll never make it a reality if they don't!
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Slightly Blighty.
A sexual fantasy or erotic fantasy is a mental image or pattern of thought that stirs a person's sexuality and can create or enhance sexual arousal. Anything that may give rise to a sexual arousal may also produce a sexual fantasy, and sexual arousal may in turn give rise to fantasies. Sexual fantasies are nearly universal,  being reported in many societies across the globe.
You see, most women have a lot of secret sexual fantasies that men do not know about. She may seem like a sweet girl, but she just might be waiting for you to tie her down and spank her with a paddle, or would love to have sex on a waterbed. What would be great is if she told you these sexual fantasies, but in most relationships that never happens.
Whilst researching for his new book, Tell Me What You Wantsocial psychologist Dr Justin Lehmiller interviewed 4, Americans about their sex lives in what is possibly the largest and most comprehensive survey of sexual fantasies in the US to date. In the interviews, he asked people about their sex lives, and how often they fantasised about specific people, places and things in a bid to break down the stigma surrounding sexuality. Among the more peculiar findings were accounts of sexual attraction to bellybuttons, armpits and even cars but Dr Lehmiller also uncovered many erotic desires that seemingly unite us. Topping the list, 89 per cent of those surveyed said they fantasised about having a threesome with other people, with those in relationships saying the threesome would ideally involve their spouse.
Where do you like to fantasise? Slowly, you begin to touch yourself at the thought of your partner coming home to join you. Your eyes trace his arms as you will him to make the move and take you.
Erotic daydreaming can even give license to the taboo, minus, of course, the weighty repercussions of reality. Simply put, when it comes to fantasies, anything — yes, anything — goes. It could be on a beach, the rhythm of lapping waves matching that of our lovers themselves; midst the rustling of leaves, deep inside a dense forest; or perhaps our lucky lady and her even luckier partner, find themselves marking their space in a field of swaying grass. Next, the threesome : the go-to fantasy for men and women alike, no matter the permutation of bodies to enjoy.