Sexual Fantasies

Turn up the heat -- between your sheets -- with a little imagination.
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You know you've imagined it: You're picking out shower curtain rings when a deep, accented voice asks, "Pardon me, but do you know what I'd use this for?" It's Colin Farrell, holding a back massager with a naughty glint in his eyes. "I'm passing through -- filming a movie here, and I'm terribly bored. Would you mind showing me the hot spots? Of your town, of course..."

All right, cool your jets -- for now. Sexual fantasies are great; not only that, they're normal. Sandor Gardos, PhD, a sex educator who imparts his wisdom on the Web site mypleasure.com, is as passionate about this subject as he is about, well, sex.

"Fantasies are a safe way to explore things that you might not want to do," he insists. "People loved watching The Italian Job -- does that mean they all wanted to be international thieves? No. It's the same way with sexual fantasies: The images that float through your mind are just a safe way to add variety to your lovemaking."

Whether you keep fantasies to yourself or share them with your partner is your business. "It doesn't matter where you get your appetite," Gardos says, "as long as you go home for dinner." Marie, 28, from Huntington, New York, agrees: "I have this recurring fantasy about being totally overpowered by one of those guys from the World Wrestling Federation," she says. "I wouldn't tell my husband -- what a blow to his ego that would be! But sometimes, I do let my mind wander, and he gets the benefits."

"I like to imagine that we've got a second woman in bed with us," says Eleanor, 32, from Washington, D.C. "I thought that would shock my guy -- or that he'd want to go out and pick up a stripper. But once we talked about it, I found I could bring that fantasy into bed with us. I'll whisper into his ear the things she's doing to him while I'm doing my thing. It really drives him wild."

You can even act out your fantasy -- within reason -- by doing something called role-playing. "I dug out my old school uniform and wrote a fake letter from my 'teacher' telling my husband I'd been a very bad student," says Angela, 29, from Chicago. "I handed it to him and let him 'punish' me -- it was silly and fun."

The operative word is "fun." See the other ways you can free your mind, and let your sex life follow.

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