TMI Tuesday: Fantasy Anyone?

Spoiler Alert: If you watch American Horror Story or Dexter and haven’t seen episodes from the latest seasons, you may want to skip this post or at least question #3.

1. Do you think that acting out a fantasy can sometimes cause damage to a relationship?

I’m sure it could, if someone involved isn’t comfortable with the fantasy or how it’s played out, but I think that can be avoided with open and honest communication before, during, and after acting out the fantasy. For me, fantasies are a fun and important way to keep things sexy and exciting.

2. Some couples role play their fantasies rather than introducing another person into the relationship to live out their fantasies. Do you think that this is an acceptable substitute?

Sure, why not? It all depends on how the people involved feel about it. I can see why some people would rather stick to role play and why others would rather have the real thing, and personally I’m open to both.

3. Is there a particular movie or TV series or character from a movie or TV series that you fantasize about?

Lately I’ve been fantasizing a lot about dark characters, specifically Kit/Tate from American Horror Story and Dexter Morgan. The Kit and Grace sex scene in Asylum drove me absolutely crazy.  I love the idea of lusting after someone dark, and the danger involved in not knowing if they are a brutal killer or not. I also love scenes in movies/TV shows when the lovers accept each other no matter what their partner has done, and when Grace says, “I don’t care what you are,” right before they fuck…so hot! In Dexter’s case, when Hannah has sex with him right after he was going to kill her? Again, fucking hot! Tate’s character and appeal is more complicated, but I think it boils down to the fact that I think the idea of someone who is so evil yet still capable of love is a turn on as well. Oh yea, and Evan Peters completely covered in latex? That may have something to do with it…

4. Apart from the obvious things like child abuse, are there some things that are ‘off limits’ for a fantasy e.g. incest fantasies, age play, rape fantasies. Why/ why not?

No, not really. I think it’s fine to fantasize about whatever you want, especially because you can’t really control your thoughts/fantasies. You can control actions though, and I certainly have limits as far as what I’ll actually do.

5. What is the most taboo thing you have ever fantasized about doing?

Rape fantasies are probably some of the most taboo ones that I have. Also, fucking serial killers/dangerous men/dead people(as in ghosts, not corpses)/aliens/ beasts/the “devil,” to name a few…

6. Tell us about a fantasy that you have that you don’t ever see yourself actually acting out. Why do you think you will never act it out?

I can’t think of a fantasy I have that I wouldn’t even think of acting out at the moment.

7. Have you ever pretended the person you were having sex with was someone else without telling them?

Not that I can recall.

8. Have you ever tried to make a fantasy a reality only to have it fail miserably? What happened?

I’ve had some situations when I’ve tried to act out a fantasy, and it didn’t happen exactly how I wanted, but I wouldn’t go as far as saying anything has failed miserably.

Bonus: Tell us about your most cherished fantasy. Did you ever live it out? Please give us all the juicy details because that is the kind of people we are.

Honestly I have a lot of different fantasies, and I’m not sure which is my most cherished. I definitely have more fantasies that I haven’t lived out yet than ones that I have, but that’s mostly because I’m constantly coming up with new ones…

TMI Tuesday: Fantasy Anyone? was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by Penny

5 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday: Fantasy Anyone?”

  1. Kim

    Kit from American Horror Story, Yes Please! I enjoyed that scene between him and Grace as well! And Dexter was on mine too. Love that man!

  2. Jack and Jill

    Your answer to #1 shows how sensible you are. Communication is key! We need our fantasies, and we have a great time sharing them and sometimes making them happen.

    Great anwer to #4 as well! Your feelings are much like my own. There are a lot of things that I personally wouldn’t fantasize about for a number of reasons, but the idea that an individual should be expected to control his or her thoughts (as opposed to his or her actions) seems to be asking way too much.

    -Jack

  3. Pagan Princess

    THanks for playing! I struggle with number 4. I agree with you, and what many other ppl said about not controlling/legislating thoughts and fantasies. Quite the slippery slope that.

    BUT as someone who’s worked with sex offenders, I know that redirecting and nipping certain thoughts in the bud is a BIG part of their process to avoid re-offending. Sticky wicket, that

    1. Penny Post Author

      When it comes to sex offenders/people who have actually acted on sex acts that are illegal or harmful to others, then yes, I’m sure there is a whole different approach to thoughts and fantasies, one which I’m not qualified to touch upon. That’s why I added the bit about how you can control actions, but I definitely understand your concern and thanks for the input.

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