Twisted Sisters Fantasy Club

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:06
Submitted by Carlin Ross
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Keep the Thought Police out of your head.

Fantasies

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 14:36

It's amazing how much I have been judging myself. I have felt so wrong about what turns me on in my mind. I hope I can really get to the point where I just let go and enjoy my fantasies.

Thought Police

Tue, 05/27/2014 - 16:17
Anonymous

I have been feeling so guilty and ashamed for having rape fantasies. I felt it meant that I was a bad woman and a bad feminist. It has felt like by fantasizing about rape scenarios, I was downplaying or trivalizing real rape, especially the rapes of loved ones.

I have been letting the thought police tell me that my thoughts are wrong. I have been judging myself to the point of tears.

"I can think anything I want to think inside my head. No one owns my thoughts. No one can tell me my thoughts are wrong or dirty or naughty or brillant...they're mine."

Thank you for this video. It helped me more you can know.

Betty and Carlin, in general . . .

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 15:39

Betty and Carlin, in general I'm in complete agreement with you and I think the sky's the limit when it comes to our fantasy lives. The only caution I'd put out there is that from time to time, we may find ourselves nurturing fantasies that honestly make us uncomfortable and feeling worse rather than better. In these cases, I think it's okay to do a cost-benefit analysis and voluntarily stop putting energy into fantasies that ultimately cause us more distress than excitement. We can look into why we're uncomfortable with certain 'forbidden' themes and try to work past the issues, but in the end I think it's okay to drop fantasy themes that detract from rather than enhance our loving relationship with ourselves.