MEN and women both have sexual fantasies and for many couples acting them out is their idea of a romantic night in. But some people never reveal their deepest desires, and the top five fantasies men have but never share has been revealed. Our sex and relationship columnist Dr Pam Spurr regularly brings you must-know info for the bedroom and beyond. Follow Dr Pam on Twitter drpamspurr. Confidential fantasy confessions rarely surprise me.
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If you've ever wondered, " what do men fantasize about? Movies, TV shows, and pornography might give you the impression that the majority of guys have the same kinds of sexual fantasies. While Princess Leia costumes, naughty schoolgirl role-play , and FFM threesomes are plenty popular, the idea that all men are into the same things in the bedroom is far from true. Just like women, men are interested in exploring all kinds of sexual fantasies, from kinky acts to scenarios that would be considered "vanilla. Maybe you want to give your male partner a sexy surprise, or perhaps you're simply curious about what actually goes on inside a guy's mind. Whatever your reasons, knowing what sexual scenarios real men secretly fantasize about can be truly eye-opening.
8 Men Reveal Their Secret Sexual Fantasies
The nature of sexual fantasies is they push the boundaries a bit, letting you imagine situations that occur infrequently, if at all, and exploring the depths of your desires. Men tend to have core thematic fantasies that they can return to again and again, he adds, and "then there are fantasies that men would enjoy in the way they surf TV, exploring what catches their eye or their mood. Perhaps one of the simplest male sexual fantasies is just having his partner direct the sex script for the night. Schwartz and her colleagues surveyed , adults about their marriages, touching on topics including money and sexual fantasies. At least, that's what the heterosexual men in her survey and her undergraduate classes reported.
Whilst researching for his new book, Tell Me What You Want , social 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.