There is a huge difference between sharing a forced sex, “rape” fantasy and exploring that in a safe, negotiated environment and actually being raped. I’ve heard too many horror stories about how a woman has shared her “rape” fantasy with someone and that person took advantage of it in a non-consensual manner under the reasoning of “That’s what I thought you wanted.”
The only unnatural sexual act between consenting adults is that which their bodies cannot perform. So don’t let anyone tell you that you are sick and perverted because your sexual fantasies and turn-ons don’t match theirs.
I get such a chuckle out of all those Cosmopolitan magazine articles on “What Your Man Really Thinks” and “What Really Turns Your Man On”. As I read these things I ask myself: Did they really ask any men about this? Or did a bunch of women just sit around the conference room at Cosmo […]
A Harvard study has found that the reddest state in the nation, the state that many consider to be the most conservative, and one that constantly reminds everyone of it’s “family values” (like no one else has any but them) is also the largest consumer of subscription online pornography in the nation. That’s right: Utah. […]
Yup, you read that right. Recently I read this exact question posted on an online advice columnist: “My husband asked me for a threesome, is this grounds for divorce?” Unfortunately this is how many people think. They are so afraid of their significant others fantasies that they immediately jump to the most extreme response possible. […]