My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies Topics for Discussion

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Discuss fantasy. What constitutes a fantasy? Are all fantasies alike? Does a fantasy necessarily have to include a sexual element to make it a fantasy? Do all people fantasize about the same things? Why or why not?

Discuss some of the reasons women fantasize. How does fantasy help a woman? Can fantasy enhance a relationship? Can fantasy make a relationship less fulfilling? Are all fantasies born out of dissatisfaction? Why or why not? List some of the reasons the author gives for women's fantasies. What is similar about these reasons? Are all these reasons negative? Give some examples of positive reasons to fantasize.

Discuss the themes that often come up in fantasy. How many different themes does the author list? Are all these themes unique? What is similar about some of these themes? What is different? Are there any other themes you can think...

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