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Book...My Secret Garden
So this is what looks to be like the full version of the women's fantasy book. I have not read the full version just yet and need to find a Pdf file for my kindle but you can look into the depraved minds of women gentle men if you haven't already. Don't be fooled by a pretty face and gentle demeanor they are all the same deep down

http://www.menarchive.org/stream/MySecre...n_djvu.txt
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11-03-2014 09:57 AM
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I feel that disgust over woman's phantasies comes from man's insecurities and then men adopt this false prudishness and moralistically superior tone.

Everyone has weird, wicked and dark phantasies - both men and women. A sane person simply understands which phantasies would be horrible in real life and are best left as phantasies and which phantasies are acceptable. An insane person will try to act on phantasies that are inappropriate for real life and this happens from both men and women.

I don't fear woman's phantasies - I let women satisfy them during roleplay and satisfy mine. So me and my playmates can leave our phantasies in bedroom and act as sane individuals in real life without the irritating frustration that comes from unfulfilled sexuality.

Most men fear to indulge woman's phantasies (maybe even afraid to admit they exist) and are boring in bed.
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11-03-2014 10:14 AM
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This gives us absolutely no idea what the book is about. You need to include more in this thread. Either a much better summary, quotes from the book, is it fiction or non-fiction, novel, short stories, anything to describe the type of book.

Your link doesn't work.

My purpose is not to brow-beat a newer member, just giving you some hopefully helpful criticism. The write up linked below is more than enough:
http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-38751.html

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
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11-03-2014 10:15 AM
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11-03-2014 10:53 AM
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Heavy thank you but it works fine for me? Strange

"My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies is a 1973 book compiled by Nancy Friday, who collected women's fantasies through letters and taped and personal interviews."

This book is composed of hundred of fantasys. There is everything from masturbating nuns, animal sex, pre prepubescent boys, rape, thinking of sexual relationships with family members, bondage. Some are rather tame while others would give German GGG girls a run for their money
11-03-2014 11:12 AM
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(11-03-2014 10:14 AM)Mage Wrote:  I feel that disgust over woman's phantasies comes from man's insecurities and then men adopt this false prudishness and moralistically superior tone.

Everyone has weird, wicked and dark phantasies - both men and women. A sane person simply understands which phantasies would be horrible in real life and are best left as phantasies and which phantasies are acceptable. An insane person will try to act on phantasies that are inappropriate for real life and this happens from both men and women.

I don't fear woman's phantasies - I let women satisfy them during roleplay and satisfy mine. So me and my playmates can leave our phantasies in bedroom and act as sane individuals in real life without the irritating frustration that comes from unfulfilled sexuality.

Most men fear to indulge woman's phantasies (maybe even afraid to admit they exist) and are boring in bed.

I'm with Mage on this one. People have all sorts of messed up things in their heads and its self discipline that keeps them in check. I love drawing out a woman's fantasies, it increases the bond and creates a shared risk if she gets out of hand.

The most messed up ones are the ones that will only spill/indulge when they are very intoxicated. They concern me that they are out of touch with parts of their mind.

Why do the heathen rage and the people imagine a vain thing? Psalm 2:1 KJV
11-03-2014 11:22 AM
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"One man's pornography is another man's religion."

Everyone is into weird sex stuff. Don't believe me, go tell your friends and families that you like banging random girls and don't intend on getting married. They'll think you're a freak.

As long as children and animals aren't getting harmed or involved it shouldn't be a big deal.

I agree with some of the other guys here, engaging some of these fantasies is actually pretty rewarding. I'm living overseas in a "nice conservative country" with foreign girls who are always toted as being more pure than their American counterparts.

And you know what?

I'm still tying them up and doing all kinds of freaky bondage stuff.

Getting into weird sex stuff with a girl creates a unique bond between you. Being the first guy to ever spider gag a chick puts you in a special category that some dope, who only has sex in the missionary position (while closing his eyes and thinking about baseball), never will reach.
11-03-2014 01:38 PM
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(11-03-2014 10:15 AM)heavy Wrote:  This gives us absolutely no idea what the book is about. You need to include more in this thread. Either a much better summary, quotes from the book, is it fiction or non-fiction, novel, short stories, anything to describe the type of book.

Your link doesn't work.

My purpose is not to brow-beat a newer member, just giving you some hopefully helpful criticism. The write up linked below is more than enough:
http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-38751.html

Off the top of my head: 'My Secret Garden' is an early 70's book by Nancy Friday, describing the self-reported sexual fantasies of women via letter or personal interviews, some of which might offend Victorian Sensibilities or those who haven't learnt from experience the dark depths that women can crave to sink to.

No value judgement here, but the stuff we all recognise: rough sex, gangbang, humiliation animals, incest, being dominated, rape fantasies, interracial. A common thread is the faceless abuser.

Of course, being sexual fantasy, this doesn't mean all women want these fantasies enacted, but should be fair warning of what you can expect from loose-cannon, out of control dyed hair / tatted / pierced unique snowflakes who don't have the common sense to realise that keeping a fantasy a fantasy won't cause you actual harm or mental damage.

It was popular enough to be sequelised and to have a 'male' companion volume, and, like 'The Joy Of Sex', 'Jonathon Livingston Seagull' and 'Where Did I Come From?' was a staple of a certain type of liberal bookshelf. Madonna named a (dreadful) song after it during her 'Sex' period.

I read it when I was 13, when a girl I knew snuck it out of her parent's bookshelf and told me borrow it. She practically knew it off by heart. It was a major part of my red pill development, read at the perfect time. That being said, the girl in question ended up as one of the most out-of-control sloots I've ever met.

I vaguely remember something about a girl being raped by an Octopus.

Here's an excerpt, to illustrate just how bizarre Millennial sexuality seems compared to the women I grew up with. Blue pill guys think girls don't look and fantasise. I remember a video doing the rounds recently where guys seemed surprised women actually looked at crotches.

Quote:A funny thing happened to me one day as I was hurrying home
from work, thinking about God knows what, but also checking
out the oncoming stream of men hurrying home. I suppose I
wasn't even aware of how intently I stared at one particular
man's well-fitting trousers until just as we passed - tweak! - he
reached out and tweaked my nipple! Just like that, on Fifth
Avenue! I was stunned. I stopped, turned around with my mouth
gaping open, watching him disappear. . .and then I laughed. What
else could I do? [Letter]
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