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The chart below shows all 10: One important distinction that the Quebec team discovered from the survey was that most women said they did not want to experience their fantasies in real life, whereas the men said they did.
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So while between 30% and 60% of women reported fantasizing about some form of submission (being tied up, spanked, or forced to have sex), most said they preferred to read and think about it rather than to live it.
The Quebec team's results echo the findings of an earlier study published in the Journal of Sex Research in 1990.