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Women’s Repressed Sexual Fantasies

What are your sexual fantasies? A study reveals that the majority of women think that they have one type of fantasy, but in reality, they're turned on by things that are completely different.

Who knows your body better than you? The answer is a vaginal probe. This recent invention can remove the wool from your eyes and reveal what you really desire, which is often far from the fantasies we’ve accepted as our own.

A vaginal probe shows us what really turns us on

Vaginal probes measure sexual arousal based on blood flow. Thanks to this tool, we’ve discovered that there are some sexual fantasies that we didn’t even know we had. Are we being repressed by ourselves?

The study was done by scientists at the Kinsey Institute for Research on Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at the University of Indiana. The study included the collaboration of journalist Melanie Berliet, who admitted to having a fantasy about a threesome. Later on, the probe revealed that this fantasy wasn’t actually true, and that her body didn’t react with arousal to this idea that she herself had catalogued as a sexual fantasy. Her desire did increase, however, when she thought about things like foot fetishes, or when she saw images from the film Silence of the Lambs.

Recognizing our true sexual fantasies

In the Daily Mail, Annabel Fenwick explains how this study shows the existence of sexual fantasies that women repress, either because they don’t want to admit them or because they’re not directly conscious of them. To understand these subconscious desires better, the director of the study, Erick Janssen, explains: “Even if women think that they know exactly what turns them one, their brain and impulses are not always in agreement.”

Previous studies about female sexual desires show that the most common fantasies are ones about domination or situations in which we are the primary objects of desire. In another article, we showed that although men think about sex more, women are more “perverse” in their sexual fantasies.

Although women are becoming more and more open about their sexuality, there are still many mental blocks that repress their fantasies, keeping them from admitting and fully enjoying them.

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