Sexual fantasies in general

Carvalho, J. et al. “Gender Differences in Sexual Arousal and Affective Responses to Erotica: The Effects of Type of Film and Fantasy Instructions,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2013) 42:1011.

Follingstad, D.R. and C.D. Kimbrell. “Sex Fantasi3s Revisited: An Expansion and Further Clarification of Variables Affecting Sex Fantasy Production,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1986) 15:475.

Friday, N. My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1973.

Friday, N. Forbidden Flowers: More Women’s Sexual Fantasies. Simon & Schuster, NY, 1975.

Friday, N. Men in Love, Men’s Sexual Fantasies: The Triumph of Love Over Rage. Dell, NY, 1980.

Friday, N. Beyond My Control: Forbidden Fantasies in an Uncensored Age. Sourcebooks, 2009.

Goleman, D. “New View of Fantasy: Much is Found Perverse,” New York Times, May 7, 1991.

Gottlieb, L. “The Egalitarian-Marriage Conundrum,” New York Times Magazine, Feb. 6, 2014.

Keating, J. and R. Over. “Sexual Fantasies of Heterosexual and Homosexual Men,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1990) 19:461.

Leitenberg, H. and K. Henning. “Sexual Fantasy,” Psychological Bulletin (1995) 117:469.

Purifoy, F.E. et al. “The Relationship of Sexual Daydreaming to Sexual Activity, Sex Drive, and Sexual Attitudes for Women Across the Lifespan,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1992) 21:369.

Rokach, A. “Content Analysis of Sexual Fantasies of Males and Females,” Journal of Psychology (1990) 124:427.

Visser, B.A. et al. “Psychopathic Sexuality: The Thin Line Between Fantasy and Reality,” Journal of Personality (2015) 83:376.

Zubriggen, E.L. and M.R. Yost. “Power Desire, and Pleasure in Sexual Fantasies,” Journal of Sex Research (2004) 41:288.

Even bizarre, abusive fantasies are no reflection on mental health.

Kahr, B. Who’s Been Sleeping in Your Head? The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies. Basic Books, NY, 2008.

The top fantasy is sex with someone else.

Follingstad, D.R. and C.D. Kimbrell. “Sex Fantasies Revisited: An Expansion and Further Clarification of Variables Affecting Sex Fantasy Production,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1986) 15:475.

Hicks, T.V. and H. Leitenberg. “Sexual Fantasies About One’s Partner Versus Someone Else: Gender Differences and Incidence in Frequency,” Journal of Sex Research (2001) 38:43.

Joyal, C.C. et al. “What Exactly Is an Unusual Sexual Fantasy?” Journal of Sexual Medicine (2015) 12:328.

Kahr, B. Who’s Been Sleeping in Your Head? The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies. Basic Books, NY, 2008

Rokach, A. “Content Analysis of Sexual Fantasies of Males and Females,” Journal of Psychology (1990) 124:427.

The survey asking if it’s okay to fantasize about other lovers

New York Times Magazine, May 7, 2000, p. 76.

People who question their fantasies report less fulfilling sex.

Cado, S. and H. Leitenberg. “Guilt Reactions to Sexual Fantasies During Intercourse,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1990) 19:49

Davidson, J.K. and L.E. Hoffman. “Sexual Fantasies and Sexual Satisfaction: An Empirical Analysis of Erotic Thought,” Journal of Sex Research (1986) 22:184.

Should couples reveal their sexual fantasies?

Anderson M. “Sexual Communication in Romantic Relationships: An Investigation Into the Disclosure of Sexual Fantasies,” Dissertation Abstracts. ProQuest Information & Learning (2012) AA13489846.

Why women have rape fantasies.

Bivona, JM et al. “Women’s Rape Fantasies: An Empirical Evaluation of the Major Explanations,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2012) 41:1107.

Bivona, JM and. “The Nature of Women’s Rape Fantasies: An Analysis of Prevalence, Frequency, and Contents,” Journal of Sex Research (2009) 46:33.

Critelli, JW and JM Bivona. “Women’s Erotic Rape Fantasies: An Evaluation of Theory and Research,” Journal of Sex Research (2008) 45:57.

Gold, S.R. et al. “Two Studies of Female’s Force Fantasies,” Journal of Sex Education and Therapy (1991) 17:15.

Hawley, P.H. and W.A. Hensley. “Social Dominance and Forceful Submission Fantasies: Feminine Pathology or Power?” Journal of Sex Research (2009) 46:568.

Kanin, E.J. “Female Rape Fantasies: A Victimization Study,” Victimology: An International Journal (1982) 7:114.

Malamuth, N.M. “Rape Fantasies as a Function of Exposure to Violent Sexual Stimuli,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1981) 10:33.

Moreault, D. et al. “Sexual Fantasies of Females as a Function of Sex Guilt and Experimental Response Cues,” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1978) 46:1385.

Shulman, JL and SG Horne. “Guilty or Not? A Path Model of Women’s Forceful Sexual Fantasies,” Journal of Sex Research (2006) 43:368.

Spitzberg, B. “An Analysis of Empirical Estimates of Sexual Aggression Victimization and Perpetration,” Violence and Victims (1999) 14:241.

Strassberg, DS and LK Lokerd,” Force in Women’s Sexual Fantasies,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (1998) 27:403.

Suschinsky, K.D. and M.L. Lalumiere. “Prepared for Anything? An Investigation of Female Genital Arousal in Response to Rape Cues,” Psychological Science (2011) 22:159.