My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies - Chapter 3, The House of Fantasy Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, The House of Fantasy Summary and Analysis

Ms. Friday divides fantasies into sixteen rooms in a house similar to a brothel in order to categorize each theme within fantasies. These rooms are designed to be friendly places for women to come in order to indulge in the fantasies of their choice in a safe, if metaphorical, atmosphere. The first room is anonymity. This room is a place where women, such as Linda, Pamela, and Marie like to go to fantasize about a faceless man who often takes them from behind. In Linda's fantasy, she is in a hair salon with a curtain pulled up across her lap. A man on the other side of the curtain is employed to provide the women with oral pleasure. The man is not supposed to receive pleasure from this job, but the man working...

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