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Check out the ten most common female fantasies. Surprisingly, sexual fantasies for women and men may have a lot more in common that you’d imagine!

Wow, that’s a sexy list, you guys. I actually didn’t realize how many of these fantasies I actually like until I read through the article. It’s really nice, and a turn on just reading it.

I’ve always been curious though, why do girls like rape fantasies so much? It turns me on too, but in relaity, it’s such a scary thought. So what makes us girls like rape fantasies so damn much?

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Saeed was 20 years old when he sat his father down and told him he was gay. Trembling, he recounted how, as a child, he hid cutouts of male underwear models from foreign magazines under his pillow, and would gaze at them for hours when he was alone. His mother, sitting speechless in a chair next to her husband, went pale.

A retired colonel in the Iranian Air Force, Saeed's father looked at him with a straight face, not moving a muscle. "Affirmative," he said. He had spent three decades in the military, and had been shaped equally by its rigorous discipline and his religious upbringing. "I always knew you were different from my other children. I always used to say that to your mom. Right?" he said, turning to his wife, then added: "Saeed, this is your nature. This isn't your choice. You should have told us earlier."

In a different country, this coming out story might not be considered out of the ordinary. But Saeed, a pensive, handsome 25-year-old with a faux-hawk and meticulously groomed stubble, lives in Iran, where Islamic law criminalizes same-sex relations. Coming out is simply something very few do, even in capital city, Tehran, where Saeed grew up. (For security reasons, Saeed asked to be referred to by his first name only.)