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sorry if I repeat, I didn't feel like reading all 112 or so comments... plenty of women have erotic dreams,(I would think all of them,why not?) recently it has come to my attention that it may be due to a spirit demon incubus thingy... anyway... I dont think they are actually WET tho. I have another question, how many men claim to have NEVER had a wet dream?
I don't know about "wet" dreams. But I have had some very intense orgasms while sleeping, due to erotic dreams. My doctor says this is a normal thing for women who are beginning menopause. It's all hormonal. (yeah, you didn't see that one coming did you, no pun intended)
I am a guy. I have had many sexual dreams, but I always wake up before the orgasm. I believe "wet dreams" are impossible without physical stimulation. My orgasmic response requires it. However, some people have reported spontaneous orgasms from certain medications.
Oddly enough , I often use that phrase when I am asked if I did something that I did and don;t care to admit to. Now, I'm not calling you out on the carpet or anything - haha - but I am a bit suspicious now.
I woulda believed ya more without that added phrase. I'm gonna have to keep an eye on ya now Cole.
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That happened to me once, not good, I fell asleep. And she was pinned and pissed! (I'm alot bigger) Well after freeing herself she was not happy we slept. The next day stupid me asked did we, and she said did we! Well that was about our secound year and for the next 32yrs I been made to pay for my foolishness! To make this worse I had worked two double shifts and was whipped and she had said get some sleep and we'll play later, no I insisted, oh boy.
Man down! Man down! Texan has fallen to the conversation. The rest of you men try to put up a semblance that we are civilized while I drag Texan out and hand him a copy of Maxim to bring him back to focus.
Well I won't for obvious reasons quote links to my recent hubs here, but suffice to say one of them is about dreaming of partners other than our actual partner, and the other, (published tonight), is about women fantasising about sex with other women. You might find them useful to your article.
Glad I came into this thread. Much more interesting than the others. Let's see...we have orgasms,viagra (not needed) and maxim(We guys like that word....oh, but I thought you were talking about condoms.)
Are there no brave women among us? C'mon, you've never awoken in the wee small hours of the morning with a feeling of... shall we call it dampness? Women don't have wet dreams, per say, we have emotional experiences while we sleep that stir our emotions. I have on several occasions been awakened from a dream that felt so real I believed I had actually experienced an intimate moment.
Reminds me of a bad experience, I was at my local Docs as my old lady was worried about me. I can't read and shes a bit short sighted. He had written advising me to eat Organic for a month, damn my old lady misread the damn thing, was a hell of a month, one I didn't see comin
I think you'll find a lot of females are not aware if they have nocturnal orgasms. As recently as 2005 a survey revealed that in excess of 25% of females were not aware of sleep related orgasms.
So, while you may be wanting anecodoal evidence of a females nocturnal bliss, finding that evidence, or more to the point, getting females to reveal what process occurred whilst they were sleeping to give them a warm, moist feeling inside their lady garden, could prove problematic.
Would have to say yes. Had a girlfriend once who would literally flood her side of the bed. She would often attack me in the middle of the night and say some strange things during such interaction. She always claimed to have no memory of it, though. I believed her, mainly because the nocturnal behavoir I described was totally unlike her. Have to admit I kind of miss those experiences.
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