My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies - Chapter 2, Why Fantasize When You Have Me? Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Why Fantasize When You Have Me? Summary and Analysis

Ms. Friday explores the reasons why women fantasize. The first reason Ms. Friday gives is frustration. Madge, the first woman from whom Ms. Friday received a fantasy, talks about a fantasy she has involving a strange man, his woman, a dog, and a child. Madge claims that she has this fantasy because her husband does not attempt to give her pleasure during their sexual activity. Dot, another married woman, claims that her husband stopped attempting to give her pleasure after their wedding. As a result, Dot often fantasizes about making love with a stranger. Insufficiency is another reason Ms. Friday explores, using the fantasy of Louella, a woman whose husband refuses to have sexual relations with her. Due to this fact, Louella has fantasies about her husband's minor child...

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