Have you ever fantasized about being ‘forced’ to have sex? If so, you’re not alone. Fantasies about being taken against one’s will (also known as 'ravishment fantasies' and 'consensual non-consent fantasies') are actually quite common. But just how many people report having had them? And why? That's what we're going to be exploring in today's episode.
I'll be sharing five examples of forced sex fantasies that have emerged in my research to illustrate what these fantasies tend to look like, and also to explore the psychology behind them. To help me put this show together, Rose Caraway returns to narrate the actual fantasies. Rose is a writer, editor, and publisher who runs the Kiss Me Quick's Erotica Podcast
. She also served as the narrator for Dr. David Ley’s amazing book, Insatiable Wives
, which was the subject of Episode 70
of this program.
The fantasies we dive into in this show come from my book Tell Me What You Want
, and they include:
- Ravished By My Lover
- Kidnapped and Forced to Have Sex
- Animalistic Sex With an Alpha Male
- Banged By the Bachelorettes
- Taken By a Warrior Princess
I walk you through the main themes behind each of these fantasies and the common threads that unite them, while also considering similarities and differences in how these fantasy scenarios play out for men and women. I also discuss who is most likely to have fantasies of this nature and why. This is a fascinating episode. Be sure to check it out!
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