If you get off imagining what it'd be like to spice things up between the sheets, you're really not alone. Having sexual fantasies is very common, and it can include a variety of different activities, fetishes, impulses, and dynamics. Still, no matter the fantasy itself, it's likely to take you outside your comfort zone and on a wild adventure. And whether you're acting it out with just your partner or you're bringing a few other people into the mix, it's bound to be a sexual encounter you'll surely remember. And maybe want to do again, even. Here, a few sex and relationship experts share which sexual fantasies they find to be popular on that bucket list, as well as a few tips for making the most of your experience.
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Everyone has a sexual fantasy—a specific type of sex or a certain place or position that excites you whenever you think about it. But for most of us, our favorite fantasy is a closely guarded secret. We worry that it's too edgy or weird, and we'll be judged for it. Or there's an element of danger that makes it too risky. One sex researcher is making the case that your go-to sexual fantasy probably isn't as unusual as you think.
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But that changed two years ago, shortly after reading a story in The Guardian from a woman who wrote about living with intrusive thoughts about violence and sex that were unwanted and uncontrollable. How are your disturbing thoughts different from the disturbing thoughts anyone might have? But there's no limit to your imagination, so your mind is constantly bombarding you with those kinds of things.