1. If your lover was turned on by forced feminization would you participate (giving or receiving)?
~ I'm presuming you mean if my wife wanted to dress me in woman's clothes/underwear and/or make me a Sissyboy? Hmmmm. If she wanted me to try it I probably would, but she'd have to convince me it was a real fantasy of hers. If she 'progressed' to wanting to 'show' me out in public I think we might start having a problem.
*forced feminization is the practice of enforcing activities on a male, which are typically associated with women, to make him submissive. For example: wearing lingerie, heels, make-up.
~ Ha! I answered the above before reading this. Making your man a Sissyboy goes further than just making him dress in 'drag'. It involves demeaning and degrading him, by rendering him 'female'. Which I find intriguing. Does that make the woman a misogynist?
2. When you have sexual dreams or fantasies that are aggressive or cruel, does it worry you?
~ It doesn't worry me but it does intrigue me (there's that word again). Am I aggressive or cruel because that's the stuff my wife like to read, or am I aggressive and cruel because I'm just so pissed off with my wife and want to take it out on her?
3. Tell us your hottest, sexiest fantasy, right now, in 100 words or less.
This is the fantasy about your desires that you probably never share, maybe they even go against your morals or are societal taboos.
~ I used up my 100 words on Q5 below.
4. Which super hero would you like to have sex with? Why?
c. Wonder Woman
~ [c] because I'm a straight guy and she's fucking awesome. Hot as hell. I used to read Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman comics as a kid. She would be so good in bed!
5. Do you think the lure to live out sexual fantasies or have sex frequently is amplified by technology?
~ Yes, and I think that's proven. There have been many articles written about the rise in popularity of anal sex between heterosexual couples. This has been linked to the rise in freely available pornography (first online via home computers, and now on our devices) which has mainstreamed many sex acts that were previously seen as abnormal (removing your pubic hair is another example).
As someone who once sold advertising I know it's true. Frequency and repetition sells. That's why the same ad keeps repeating all day on TV and radio. They know their message ("buy this product") will lodge in your subconscious somewhere, so hopefully next time you think "I need [Product]" you'll think of their Brand X.
So when you see all the women in porn with shaved pussies you start to think "maybe I could do that?" And then when you see all the women in porn squealing in delight as they take it up the ass you start to think "maybe I could do that?" The latter act is reinforced by female sex bloggers who write about 'new' things they've tried, and mainstream magazines writing sex tips for non-traditional sex acts. Pretty soon your interest is piqued and you're doing things you'd never have imagined years earlier.
So we're at a point now where we are bombarded with messages on all fronts (and especially links on social media) telling us that sex doesn't have to be just one thing, or one way. And the world wide web shows us that we are not alone in what we have previously thought were peculiar desires. If you like to dress up in fireman's jacket and be spat or pissed on by big breasted blondes over fifty then there's a good chance you can find likeminded big breasted blondes over fifty who's wants to do exactly that to you.
It's all about 'the algorithm' now. The more times you click on sex stuff, and the type of sex stuff you click on, means you will be served up more and more of that stuff online. And that will start to normalize it for you, and remove some of the stigma. And pretty soon 'vanilla' will just be an ice-cream flavor, because no-one has sex that way anymore.
Bonus: Describe your fantasy life in three (3) words.
~ Everyone Wants Me