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Posted by on Sep 11, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Wet Dreams Aren’t Just A Guy Thing

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Women don’t always have wet dreams, but when they do, they’re orgasmic!

There you are, laying on one of the most exotic beaches in the world. The sun is out, the palm trees are swaying, and Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” plays at the perfect volume. You glance down to check your bikini and are taken aback with just how fucking incredible you look. Abs tight, ass right, you think, “DAMN, when did that happen?” Suddenly parched, you find yourself yearning for an ice-cold beer. It must be your lucky day because within seconds a man approaches you with two nearly frozen Coronas. But wait a minute, this isn’t just any man. This familiar face is beautiful, pure perfection if you will. Holy shit! It’s one of the hottest men alive, it’s Charlie fucking Hunnam. Stunned, you think, why the hell is actor Charlie Hunnam serving you a drink on the beach and, more importantly, why is he stark ass naked and begging to crawl in between your legs? Oh good god, you’re going to… you’re going to… OHHHHHHHHHH!

Fast forward two minutes later: you shoot out of bed, panting, sweating, and severely confused. Was that a dream? God dammit. It WAS a dream. You aren’t in Bora Bora and you sure as shit did not just receive the best oral sex of your life by Hollywood’s finest. Realization dawns on you and depression sets in: it was all just a dream. A wonderful sex dream that ended with you unconsciously dry humping your pillow and nocturnally orgasming.

In all seriousness, this kind of thing can actually happen; women can experience what is commonly known as a “wet dream” (minus the sticky boxers). While it is definitely not as common or frequent for women as it is for men, it is still very possible, and of course, enjoyable.

Much like a man experiences multiple erections throughout his REM sleep cycle, a woman’s body also reaches various levels of arousal. While in the dreaming stage of sleep (REM), bodily impulses can send blood to a female’s genitals, and sometimes that blood flow peaks and releases, resulting in her very own sleep-gasm. A woman doesn’t even need to be having an erotic dream for this to happen, and she may even sleep right through it.

Due to the fact that a male’s anatomy is much easier to study and observe than that of a woman, exact conclusions cannot be made when it comes to the female wet dream. With men, there is proof in the puddingAKA a gooey mess down underbut a woman’s wetness could be a sign of either arousal or an orgasm. As for the women who have no recollection of ever experiencing a nocturnal orgasm, please do not worry. While it most likely has happened to you (and more often than you think), it is not uncommon for women to forget or recognize what has actually happened.

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