Men and Women Have the Same Sexual Fantasies, Says Scienceby Yelena Shuster on July 23, 2012
Spanish citizens who were in at least a six-month relationship took surveys about their sex life for the benefits of science. The study found that there aren’t significant differences between the genders when it comes to sexual fantasies. Both sexes have them about their loved one.
Men have sexual fantasies more often, however, and women dream about positive sexual experiences more often.
The topics covered were different too. Women fantasized about romance, while men’s subconscious travelled to the forbidden territory of cheating and orgies.
That is, on paper at least. Maybe the women were too socialized to admit that they too dreamed of threesomes, especially one involving Channing Tatum and the rest of the cast, of Magic Mike.
Yelena Shuster is a sucker for plots involving strippers with a heart of gold.