I’ve been asked by two different people recently about my fantasies or things I’ve always wanted to try. That’s such a hard one to answer.
It’s hard because it depends on when you ask me and it’s even harder because of the question it raises. What if one of the things I’ve always wanted to try would be something that the dominant wouldn’t ever want to do?
What if I’ve always wanted to go to an orgy and go down on mulitple women? What if that’s something she’d never want me to do yet it’s something I have on my “list of things to do before I die”?
Ok no “what if”. It is something I want to do before I die.
It’s not just a fantasy, or a desire, it’s a need.
I’m just using the oral orgy daydream as an example.
Here’s another. It’s the fantasy of a woman who has a female submissive and I do all sorts of sexual for her. You know, she sits and watches as she directs the action then eventually directs the female submissive and I to take care of her.
Well, yeah, for me. But what if it’s not for the person who’s asking me about my desire? If she’s turned off by the idea am I basically saying “ok, you’re not in that one then”?
Does it hurt to find out you’re not into some of the same things?
Personally I’m just happy with being a part of some of the sexual daydreams of someone I’m intimate with. But does it work the same way in reverse?
What starts out as a fun sexual exploration of wants and desires turns into something else.
Or does it?