Lesbian fantasies are driving me nuts.
I’ve had to make this throwaway account because I’m so embarrassed and ashamed. 🙁
Alright… so I’ve known for a while now that I’m bisexual. I’m female, of course. As of late, however, I’ve had non stop fantasies about doing things with other girls that I can’t seem to shake…. not guys, girls. They are usually quite detailed and I always get aroused by them. I’ve even started incorporating female celebrities in them! They invade nearly my every thought and I can’t help but fantasize about certain scenarios. Some of the fantasies do involve males, though. I guess I’m venting as well as asking for advice on how to keep these intrusive thoughts from being in my mind almost 24/7. If anyone is curious, I’m 18.
HideYaWornPanties: It sounds like you’ve known you’re bisexual, but haven’t really experienced being with girls yet. Your built up desires are manifesting themselves as fantasies and probably won’t go away until you act on them.
Chan_Vaen_edan_Kote: Why are you ashamed? We all have fantasies, and it’s up to the individual to decide if they want them to become reality.
I can’t really offer advice if you’re questioning your sexuality, but I can say as a woman who has only ever wanted sex with men, I also fantasize about women. I also really enjoy lesbian porn, probably because it’s more affectionate and I can relate to what they experience physically. I also like orgy porn and public sex porn, but those are two things I wouldn’t actually feel comfortable doing in real life. They’re just fantasies, and they help me get off.
Whatever the case may be for you, none of what you’re going through is abnormal or wrong in any way. If it’s interfering with your daily life, talk to a therapist. If not, a fantasy won’t hurt you.
fuckthatpony: > how to keep these intrusive thoughts from being in my mind almost 24/7
Discipline. This is good practice to work on some mental discipline. Tell yourself you’ll indulge later. Now is time for work.
And then indulge.
th_veteran: > I guess I’m venting as well as asking for advice on how to keep these intrusive thoughts from being in my mind almost 24/7.
Jeez, why would you want to stop?
But I’ll take your word for it: for some unimaginable reason, you want to stop the continuous film playing in your head of you, Gal Gadot, that girl across the hall, and me… oh, wait, this is your fantasy, not mine, so it’s just you, Gal Gadot, and the girl across the hall.
Either way, Google “get rid of unwanted thoughts”. There are detailed instructions, and they work, but the tl;dr is when the unwanted thought intrudes, stop, allow the thought to peaceful depart. If you fight it, [you just make it worse](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ironic_process_theory).