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Fantasy; where does your mind go? Does it really have to be something unrealistic or improbable in order for it to be defined as a fantasy?


Contributor: Silverdrop

Studies on eroticism show that what turns us on is often tied to fear. Your mind takes that fear and turns it into something hot to experience in a safe space. Have you considered telling your husband the fantasy and roleplaying it? I don't mean actually having another woman there, but agreeing ahead of time that you'll pretend another woman is arriving after the blindfold is put on.

Contributor: PropertyOfPotter

Thank you so much for your comment! At some point I'll share this fantasy with my husband, and perhaps we'll be able to play it out in a comfortable way (like you mentioned). But for now, I'm keeping this one to myself, hopefully a good opportunity will present itself and I can share.

Contributor: Hummingbird

We each have our own personal fantasies, I have mine too! But not with my husband and to even mention it to him I think it I believe would destroy what we have. My fantasy does do one thing for me, appreciate him that much more for what he shares with me, his total commitment.

Contributor: PropertyOfPotter

Thanks for reading and commenting, Hummingbird! There's nothing wrong with having a fantasy outside of your marriage, and I'm glad that it's one that helps you to appreciate his commitment to you!



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