How are men’s and women’s sexual fantasies similar? And how are they different? I surveyed 4,175 Americans about their sex fantasies as part of my book Tell Me What You Want and uncovered the answers. Below, I've put together a brief video that highlights some of the important areas of overlap, but also some of the key ways in which men’s and women’s fantasies diverge.
If you want to learn more about gender and sexual fantasy, check out Tell Me What You Want because there’s an entire chapter devoted to the issue that offers a deep dive into the data on this subject and the theories behind why certain gender differences exist.
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