Are you afraid to tell others your real sexual fantasies?

I cant be the only prevert out there..do so called normal people has sexual fantiseas that are a little odd?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Oh yes, I am afraid to reveal my sexual fantasies to other people. First of all, sex is something most people, in my experience, will do but do not want to hear about. I am a hard-working father of two, approaching middle age, and I still have sexual fantasies I feel intimidated about revealing. Yes, they tend to wander to the perverted side, and thus I do not think I can share them here, knowing I may offend the powers that be (Yahoo community standards). I do like to masturbate for a long period of time while watching, and being watched by, a female partner, occasionally having my nipples pinched or bitten, my neck and shoulder kissed and nibbled on, etc. Add toys and a good porno movie to the mix and I enjoy it even more. That is something I do not consider a fantasy since I have already done it, lol, but I still fantasize about doing it with someone new. You are not the only pervert, I assure you. I guess if I were to reveal one fantasy it would be the seduction of someone naive and innocent.

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  • 1 decade ago

    In American culture, talking about sex is generally suppressed and considered taboo compared to other cultures. And it also depends on the fantasy and the person I'm telling. Is it considered perverted or cleaner? Will the person react in way which will negatively affect our relationship? How uncomfortable do I feel telling this person? These are the questions I would ask myself before I could determine if I was afraid or not. I suppose it's possible to block out sexual fantasies distracting your mind about something else, like baseball, and suppress sexual desires, like by thinking about baseball:), but biologically it's "normal" to desire sex in order to reproduce and induce pleasurable feelings. So you're absolutely normal. But whether or not it's normal to act on these feelings in society is another question.

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  • 1 decade ago

    They don't seem odd to me, but when I give voice to them people tend to react with discomfort and some have even been known to end the comversation and leave my company, quickly. Can't imagine why...

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yep, you're the only one.

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