Women sex fantasy
You might dream of the flawless lover, who doesn't leave any inch of your body untouched; you may picture an Aladdin-like hero, swooping in just as the evil witch is about to steal your singing voice (I guess I like to mix my sexualized Disney stories).Then there are the fantasies that are, um, controversial in nature — and they can include fantasies about rape or sexual violence.Michael Castleman, journalist and a sex columnist for over 30 years, writes for Psychology Today that females are sometimes more comfortable daydreaming about "sexual situations way beyond what they'd ever want to experience."While this subject is delicate, it's still interesting and relevant to young women today.
The planet Betha seems to be populated solely by women, and is locked in a perpetual war with a planet called Delta, inhabited solely by men. In this episode of the short-lived NBC TV series set in the Bermuda Triangle, Queen Hayalana (Joan Collins) tires of her brutish husband and his stupid men and with the help of a powerful computer called “The Complex,” transports all the males of the province away to a null zone, or pocket universe.Imagine a bizarre and terrifying planet in which women rule, and men are second-class citizens, or worse…slaves.Yep, it’s either one of the most sexist tropes in all of sci-fi TV history, or one of the cleverest.There, women rule, and men serve as domestic servants.Two slaves, Shem (Gareth Thomas) and Adam (Pierre Brice) decide they are tired of being taken for granted and make a run to nearby Earth.
For women, atmosphere and location was the second and third most important aspect of sexual fantasies; for men, the top three was rounded out by fantasies about oral sex and threesomes (typical).