Women’s Sexual Fantasies May Explain Popularity of 50 Shades of Grey
A recent study on sexual fantasies shows that both men and women have intimate and romantic fantasies involving their partner or a loved one. With all the rage of the book, Fifty Shades of Grey, the study may explain the reason for the sudden popularity and interest by women.
Women also have healthy doses of sexual fantasies. The researchers found that men fantasized more frequently, but that’s no surprise, if you think about the general belief that men think about sex more than women. The participants were 2500 Spanish men and women who have been in heterosexual relationships for at least six months
According to the study, conducted at the University of Granada, there is also a difference on what women and men fantasize about. Women have more pleasant romantic fantasies than men per month. Men fantasize more often about; “exploratory sexual activities as group sex” and seek new sensations as “being promiscuous”, “being a swinger”, and “participating in an orgy” with a frequency of “sometime in life” or once a year.
When it came to “unpleasant” fantasies, they were related to sexual submission, women were found to fantasize about being forced to have sex more than men. While men’s fantasies were associated with homosexual activities.
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