Fear & Sex

In his book, Who’s Been Sleeping in Your Head: The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies, Kahr notes that Freudian therapists believe that sexual fantasies develop “as both a means of gratifying wishes and of conquering intrusive memories of early traumatic experiences,” achieving what Kahr calls “equilibration of the self” as the sex fantasies are used to master or diminish the things which haunt the psyche.

Think what you will of Freud and psychotherapy, but we think there’s something to this… Even if you haven’t a trauma to conquer.

In fact, many of our sexual fantasies are about creating traumas and other things to conquer, if only in that scene. It’s been our collective experience that things which scare us often thrill us, that demons can be subordinated to the slight of hand of masterful masturbation, and even just a plain old bad day is often made better with some erotic fantasy.

Interesting how the most twisted things balance us out, isn’t it? *wink*

…Maybe we need to change our motto to Peck & Call Girls: Let us help you achieve your equilibration of self in the most gratifying way.

Virtual courtesans as discreet -- or flamboyant -- as you desire.

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