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Updated 17 December 2013

The fantasy trap

He took a step towards her, his muscular torso gleaming in the candlelight. “Now you will be mine,” he growled, as his manhood strained against the fabric of his breeches.

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He took a step towards her, his muscular torso gleaming in the candlelight. “Now you will be mine,” he growled, as his manhood strained against the fabric of his breeches.

Whether it’s strong passionate men who take what they want, or willing big-busted women who love to do dirty things, we all have a fantasy of the ideal sex partner who would give us pleasure like no-one ever has before. Fantasies can be fun, and a wonderful, playful way to spice up masturbation or sex with a partner.

There’s one warning, though. Never forget the real, living and perfectly imperfect person who is there with you. The real touch of skin against skin will always be more satisfying than the imagined skills of a cardboard-cutout.

(Health24, September 2012)

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