And should his wife or girlfriend discover this, he can say, simply and in all sincerity, “Honey, it doesn’t mean anything.
From Freud to Ludacris, it's been an elusive idea, suggesting both an escape from reality and an expression of hidden desire.
In culture, fantasy works like a mirror: It reflects who we are, but it also shapes what we become.
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” Men, in particular, appear to rely on their intellect—utilizing these kinds of digital word games—in order to continue and justify their extracurricular sexual behavior.