Chapter 1, Tell Me What You Are Thinking About, He Said
• The author declares that she wrote the book to explore her own sexuality and as a way to determine if her own fantasies were normal.
• Friday began to question her sexual fantasies after a boyfriend showed disapproval of one in particular that she had.
• Friday reveals that she was sexually repressed by her mother and that her husband was the first to acknowledge that her sexual fantasies were okay.
• The author put ads in publications asking for women to anonymously send her their secret fantasies.
Chapter 2, Why Fantasize When You Have Me?
• Nancy Friday discusses the reasons why women fantasize.
• Women fantasize as a result of frustration, exploration, enhancement, or insufficiency.
• Friday suggests that women are not encouraged to initiate sex.
Chapter 3, The House of Fantasy
• Nancy Friday uses the metaphor of a home to categorize each theme...
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