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Do You Know What She's Thinking?
Learn the secret wishes she wants granted
Be her fantasy
It's challenge enough to notice when a woman has a new hairstyle, let alone get inside her head. So we asked some experts what she's daydreaming about, and we're mightily thrilled. "Women can have an orgasm from fantasy alone," says sex researcher Beverly Whipple, Ph.D., just to get our attention. "Women are more pleasure oriented than goal oriented about sex." Acting out her fantasies--to a point--can bring out her inner vixen. Like this:
Women commonly think about a threesome or group sex, but few truly want to do it. So use the power of suggestion, says Ava Cadell, Ph.D., a sex therapist and the author of 12 Steps to Everlasting Love. Her idea: Heat things up by pretending someone else is in the room and asking what she'd like that person to do to her. Or initiate some PG-13 action in an elevator and talk about what you think the security camera is seeing.
"Women often fantasize about a forced sexual encounter," says Candida Royalle, president of the adult-film company Femme Productions. Don't overdo it, but showing her who's boss can relieve her of responsibility and some of the guilt women associate with sex, Royalle says. It can be as simple as carrying her to bed or tackling her when she walks in the door.
"Women often want to be restrained, which is also scary for them," says Whipple. You have to be careful to walk the line between exciting fear and real fear, so use something gentle, like a scarf
Play Pretty Woman.
You have fantasies about Julia Roberts, and so does she. Cadell says many women are turned on by the idea of playing call girl. Set up a scenario in which she arrives at your door and you negotiate a fee and a program of sexual activities for the night. "Guys agree that it's a big turn-on because they know they'll get their money's worth," says Cadell.