Lights, Camera, Sex Fantasies!

Thursday, 11 October 2012 Crista

1-pc-racer-girl-lycra-racer-jump-suit-w-front-zipper-o-sSex therapists always used to say keep your sexual fantasies to yourself. Don’t act them out. But that’s sex therapy from bygone days. You can act out your fantasies without really doing them in a sense. Sex toys, costumes, role play and an assortment of delightful items make your sexual fantasies come to life. You can enjoy your fantasies to the fullest with an obliging partner or partners. Want to get tickled by a chambermaid? Go ahead, feel your pain. Want to dress up in a gorilla suit and chase your lover around the room? Be my guest. School teacher/police officer and naughty boy/girl fun? You don’t have to get in trouble. All your sexual fantasies can be realized today, especially with the many props at your fingertips, or other parts of your body. OK, maybe the gorilla suit scene requires a sex therapist. But don’t knock my hobbies.

 
You might think your fantasies are weird and you’re afraid to tell your partner. Well, that’s why you have to pay for sex sometimes. But, let’s get real. Using the sex toys, adult videos and instructional books available make it easier to approach your partner on any subject. You will soon learn there’s nothing weird or unusual about any topic or fantasy. If you don’t believe it, check out some of the sex therapy programs on TV or the radio or Internet chat rooms or even websites where people share their fantasies. It might help you develop new fantasies you never dreamed.
 
Some people like fantasizing about experiences from their past and then embellishing them. One good way to explore that theme is to take a simple incident you remember from some time ago and change the situation for the kind of ending you want. Remember that sexy store clerk you were chatting with and the owner stepped out for a few minutes, leaving you alone together in the store? Don’t you wish you had made some kind of move? Perhaps you could have been a little more aggressive, making suggestive remarks and winding up in the stock room, plugging away.
 
  
Oh, yeah, if only you get that time back again. You can. Just rebuild the scenario using available props. Dress your willing partner accordingly. Say the things you could have said and let the fantasy play out. If you’re lucky, you can have another willing partner join you, so you get “caught” and end up in a threesome. Classrooms, police headquarters, health clinics and a variety of other locations can be recreated with the help of available costumes, handcuffs, batons, rubber gloves, rubber duckies and whatever and wherever your fantasy takes you.
 
  
Real life situations from your past and even the present can be rearranged and redirected, according to your mind. All things are possible in the world of sex fantasy. Some couples spark up their sex lives by pretending they’re strangers and meeting in bars for a fling with each other. Others just find fantasies brought to living color by visiting sex clubs and engaging in once pent-up urges and desires. You and your partner might use party games or sex games to let your imagination take you to new heights. Whichever way you go, don’t forget your mind.
 
  
As good as the props you have are, they are no match for that gray matter. Sex therapists often ask, what is the most important sex organ in the body? Guys will often reply, Mr. Happy. Although Mr. Happy certainly has his value, the brain does most of the work. Comedian Emo Philips once said he wasn’t sure the brain was the most important organ in the body, because it was the brain that was telling him that. Emo has a point, but like it or not, the brain is the most valuable player in sex game competition.
 
  
Even artists will tell you that everyone is an artist. That’s because everyone has creativity. You can use porn movies to set the wheels in motion. But you’re the director when it comes to sex fantasies. They are your fantasies and you don’t care who wants to pay to see them. You don’t have to deal with distributors. You can make your own movies, based on your story. Sex toys, erotic costumes and outfits and other adult pleasantries make up the wardrobe department.
 
What’s great about exploring your inner fantasies with a partner is that you can always say it was just something you wanted to try out. Just in case you worry about your partner’s response, you don’t actually have to say it’s a fantasy of yours. You can always blame it on a drinking buddy or even a sex therapist on the radio. You can still get your jollies. Whatever the case, you don’t have to keep your sexual fantasies inside. Use the tools at your disposal and, most of all, use your mind.
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