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Is it normal to fantasize about sex during the day? I've noticed that I have been fantasizing alot when I'm at school. Does anyone else do this? and if so, How often does it happen? I once heard that guys think about it every so many seconds ?? but I was wondering what is normal for a girl?
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It's just as normal for us as them, pet. And thinking about it during the day is common enough, might just mean you've got dull classes.
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I'll agree about the boring classes thing. I notice my mind tends to wander that direction sometimes, and it's usually in one of the classes that I'm struggling diligently to stay awake in! Like an hour and fifteen minutes worth of physics lecture, that's just too long to be sitting still...sorry, got a bit off the subject there! Anyway, I'm thinking it's completely normal.


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I have block scheduling (meaning three classes a day, two hours each) yikes! Y'know, just like everything else it varies from person to person (and class to class, lol). I consider myself a very sexually charged person (I masterbate a healthy amount and I can turn almost anything into a sexual thing when I want to) but I don't really fantasize that much (outside of masterbation). Then again I've had three, count 'em three sexual dreams in the past five years.

So it varies...


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Everyone fantsizes, male and female. Especially when you're bored. I know that if I'm in a boring movie, class or situation one of the things my mind sometimes turns to is sex. I'm not saying that's all I think about, but there are times when it's nice to fantasize. There's nothing abnormal about it! If there was, then most of the population would be 'abnormal'. Just enjoy
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I fantasize [SEX] about sex, on occasion. [HOT MONKEY LOVE!] Everyone does - even nuns, I'd assume! [OOOH...ORAL SEX...]

If you agree with [WOW I WANT SOME SEX!] the theory of evolution, we each - [MMMM...SEX] individually - exist purely to procreate and die. Is it any wonder that our desire for [THISGUY NEEDS SOME LOVIN'!] sex is nearly as overpowering as our instinct for self-preservation? [SEXSEXSEXSEXSEXSEX!]

Errrrm....I probably should drop the subtitles and protect you all from glimpsing my twisted psyche.

Look at the word itself - "sex". Its monosyllabic. All of the words that are that short are important. "I", "you", "food", "home", even "war"...they all have a significant role in our development as a species.

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thisguy, you crack me up!

anyway, thinking about sex during class. oh, heck yeah!!! i just had a midterm in my human repro class (and it kicked my butt!!!), and i studied so hard that the other day, i took a nap and was awakened when i started dreaming about a giant anatomical drawing of the vulva -- an i mentally started labelling all the parts!

then last night, in lab, i fertilized some sea urchin eggs under a microscope, and go figure the dumb li'l buggers wouldn't go near the eggs!!! they did eventually, and i watched the zygote undergo mitotic divisions. i love my work too much!!!

uhh, that didn't sound much like fantasizing in class, though, it sounded more like i study too much. oh cripes, i'm a nerd.

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I think that it's just as normal for a girl to fantasize about sex as it is for a guy. The other day I almost fell asleep in class, and all of a sudden I was fantasizing about sex. I wasn't even thinking about this kinda thing, and all of a sudden I woke up and couldn't get it outta my head. Guess that means I want sex. Bad me!
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::Hangs her head:: I think sometimes I am worse about my hubby in fantasizing, all the time, with almost every opportunity. "Gee that guy is cute I wonder.........." Being a writer doesnt make it any eaiser just more verbose.

But heck, its perfectly normal for me I mean, normal means different things to different people.

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Whoa, nellie -- what, pray tell, is so all-fired bad about fantasizing? I don't see where it does anyone any harm. So you have sexual thoughts. So you wonder about things. So you look at other people and think "gee, I wonder what it'd be like...".

As long as no one gets hurt and it amuses you, who cares? It's good exercise for your imagination, and doesn't do anyone any harm, so why do I keep hearing y'all talking about "bad" and "worse than my husband" and all that? There's nothing bad about it, ladies and gentlemen. It's a thought. Let's please not condemn ourselves for thought crimes, okay? Especially when we're not really doing anything wrong.

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yeah ive noticed that in geography and long silly assembleys my mind strays a little! totaly normal.
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Originally posted by ThisGuy:
Look at the word itself - "sex". Its monosyllabic. All of the words that are that short are important. "I", "you", "food", "home", even "war"...they all have a significant role in our development as a species.

Yeah... because who cares about things like equality, pleasure, masturbation, orgasm, self defence, abortion rights, bodily integrity, electricity, energy, contraception...

And just because something can be argued to have evolutionary benefit, doesn't mean it's something that's good. War is important to our development as a species? I'm sure the iraqi children who got blown up would find that comforting.

Back on topic, I'm a woman and I do fantasise about sex and masturbating quite a bit, if I'm stuck on a train or waiting at the chippy or hanging around with someone I really like or listening to music that I find sexy (like The Great Disruptors by Sweethead) or best of all in my room where *see signature*, I'll start thinking about teh sseeeeexxxx... it was a fun respite from listening to the headteacher talk about who won the sports day this year/obligatory religious content/yet another badly handled explanation of why bullying is wrong that doesn't do anything to stop me from getting bullied/it's report card time! And sometimes whoever you have a crush on is standing very nearby and no matter how interesting the talk is thoughts turn to mingling sweat and engorged erogenous zones and necking...

"So in conclusion, the cafeteria will now only serve free range eggs."

"Huh? What was that about free orange kegs?"

Always knock before entering my room when I am in there alone, as I may be doing all sorts of wonderfully thrilling things that I'd rather you didn't see.

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