Every Woman Has Freak Potential But Can Men Handle It When She Releases The Beast?
Let’s be honest, most people wouldn’t dare tell their partner their sexual fantasies, why? Because they are too immature and too insecure to entertain exploring their sexuality, even with the person they love and who is supposed to love them.
It drives me crazy when I hear people boasting about the importance of being friends first but true friends share dreams, aspirations, and even fantasies, don’t they? Remember, we’re talking about fantasies, not reality.
I don’t know about you but if I can’t tell my partner my fantasies that’s probably an indication I’m with the wrong person. Relationships last too long and life is too short to bite your tongue about with you’re thinking and feeling.
And what’s so backwards is that couples will let out a loud fart and leave the door open while they’re on the toilet but are petrified of speaking openly about what turns them on, even if they never expect it to happen in real life. Now, that’s some fragernackle bull!
But maybe the problem isn’t your partner; it could be you! You’re afraid that if you open that Pandora’s box that he or she may want to take it to the next level. So instead you keep your kinkiness and fetishes buried deep inside until you can sneak onto the Internet to watch pornography and chat with strangers. But all that does is turn you into an emotional cheater and we all know how that ends, right?
My attitude is, “To hell with that!” I’m a grown man if you can’t accept all of me then go kick rocks. And to all the other mature adults my advice is, Release The Freak! If your partner can’t handle it find someone who can! Yes, being in a loving relationship is important but only if you can be yourself inside and outside of the bedroom!
~ Michael Baisden
P.S. Excuse any typos, I was having a fantasy while I was writing this commentary. lol