Thirty sexual fantasies were common for one or both genders, and only five were typical.
These results were confirmed with qualitative analyses.
Submission and domination themes were not only common for both men and women, but they were also significantly related to each other.
Conclusion Care should be taken before labeling an SF as unusual, let alone deviant.
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Consider the kinds of things that people report thinking about in their fantasies.
This is more relevant to the sexual nature of men and women than comparisons of actual sexual behaviour, because fantasies are less constrained by partner preferences and social expectations.
Sexual fantasies: we all have them, yet many people think they’re in the minority when it comes to their own fantasy of choice. “Introduction Although several theories and treatment plans use unusual sexual fantasies (SF) as a way to identify deviancy, they seldom describe how the fantasies referred to were determined to be unusual.