On fantasies and reality

All Woman

Many people are of strong conviction that cheating is only a physical activity; but the fact is, it all begins in the mind before being manifested in the physical.

No one would want to know that their partner is engaging in an emotional connection with someone else, but it happens all too often – where one partner fantasizes about someone else.

So we asked people, have you ever fantasized about another person while you were making love to your mate?


It is disrespectful and to be frank, it means you really don't want to be with that person. I never once thought of another man because mine is perfect for me in every way. All I am focused on when we are intimate is how great it feels and how much I love him. That's it.


Lots of times you need the extra boost, yes, so I've done it. But that's not cheating, it's just a fantasy. Every man does that so ladies, don't feel bad. It's just a man thing.


I have never thought about someone else while having sex. If you reach that level, end that relationship because you obviously cannot keep your man's attention!


I have to be honest. I am head over heels for my man but this guy I met is just different and I have thought about him while making love to my husband. I felt bad about it so I will constantly talk to my husband during sex to keep me focused.


If it reaches that stage then just leave. No woman should be thinking about another man while she's with me. If my woman does it and I find out, no matter how much I love her, I'm leaving because it's not me she wants.




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