What Your Kink Says About You?

What Your Kink Says About You?

You're not alone if you've ever daydreamed about having a threesome, running into a hot stranger who ties you to your bed, or having your lover insult you while you're having sex.

Because two persons might experience the same dream for entirely different reasons, it's hard to generalize the underlying causes of a certain fantasy.

Because what makes us erotically attracted to something, or what turns us on, varies so much from person to person, our imaginations are quite complicated, and the concentration and focus on sex varies from person to person.

However, studies have revealed recurring patterns in the causes of people's fantasies and the frequent correlation between what individuals find attractive and their emotional needs.

If you dream about love and passion, you can be afraid of being abandoned

Extremely intense or romantic fantasies might be a manifestation of emotional needs.

People with attachment anxiety and fear of abandonment are more likely to have romantic and passionate images in their imaginations to soothe their feeling of uncertainty.

They may relax and concentrate on their sexual enjoyment when they imagine another person consuming them with passion and love.

If you fantasize about playing a threesome with your lover, you may want attention

One of the most popular people's fantasies is a threesome.

It's possible that persons who dream of being in a threesome with their partner and another desire to be the center of attention.

Someone with a threesome dream in which they are "joining another couple's relationship" may want adventure rather than attention.

If you have fantasies about being controlled in the bedroom, you could be trying to let go of control

Another common fantasy shared by both men and women in submission or being controlled by a sexual partner. The acronym BDSM, which stands for bondage-discipline, dominance-submission, and sadism-masochism, is sometimes used to group these fantasies since they all center on the exchange of power between two lovers.

When someone fantasizes about their sex partner dominating them, it's often because they might feel loved since their partner is showing them this powerful, compelling desire.

Because it relieves the pressure to perform, those with sex-related anxiety may also be attracted to submission fantasies.

Many individuals find submitting to be a profoundly liberating experience that immerses them in the present fully.

It may indicate that you're open to exploring new things if your sexual fantasies seem taboo

It's a myth that everyone with sexual fantasies has them for psychologically complex reasons.

Those who often have fantasies—or dreams that are more forbidden than threesomes and BDSM—are more creative and open-minded than those who seldom have fantasies.

People who were more receptive to new experiences tended to daydream more often, including odd situations.

The broader meaning is simply that they like thinking a lot. Therefore, it's important to constantly exercise caution when asserting that our dreams usually result in deeper connections since this isn't always the case.

Older people tend to have more sexual fantasies

According to studies, long-term monogamous partners in their 40s and 50s tend to fantasize more than younger people.

This tendency is probably a result of people's desire to branch out and try new things with their sexual relationships.

Experts believe that people use their fantasies to break away and satisfy their desire for novelty when necessary, which often is in these long-term monogamous relationships.