Yes, there’s a good chance that your partner has thought about a celebrity—or even a coworker—while the two of you had sex. Here’s why you shouldn’t let it mess with your head.
Basking in the silent afterglow of a real leg-quivering orgasm, it’s not uncommon for a member of the porking party to lean over and inquire as to what their partner is thinking. The response is typically anything from “nothing at all” to some pecker-puffing praise about how that was some of the best sex they’ve had since prison.
It’s less common, however, to posit this question during the deed, and that’s a damn good thing, apparently. Because while we may be under the impression that our little love muffin is pondering the seriousness of the pounding we’re dishing out, there’s a 50/50 chance that they’re actually in deep thought about the stiff dickin’ they’d prefer to be getting from someone else. And, well, let’s be frank―it doesn’t take a mathematician for someone to understand that the numbers may not be in their favor.
“If you have to think of someone else to get off, stick to masturbation. I’ve never thought of anyone else. I’m a very in-the-moment person and enjoy the person I’m having sex with.”Ashton
A recent survey from OnePoll shows that almost 50 percent of Americans in committed relationships regularly think about someone else while having sex with their partner. This realization is unnerving to some folks, and some even find it offensive.
“If you have to think of someone else to get off, stick to masturbation,” Ashton of Laurens, South Carolina, tells HUSTLERMagazine.com. “I’ve never thought of anyone else. I’m a very in-the-moment person and enjoy the person I’m having sex with. This is actually pitiful and sad.”