The Most Common Sexual Fantasy In Illinois Is Kind Of Boring
What some people consider adventurous, others consider tame. So while maybe for you the sexual fantasy of every state is something you've already tried, do, do bigger, for others, these are things they only think about but just aren't comfortable with.
This should probably be the part where I say, be safe out there cause you don't want to end up with something the CDC has to use as a statistic.
Now onto the good stuff!
Every States Sexual Fantasy
The folks at "Future Method" recently surveyed Americans on their sexual fantasy.
Some states got a bit kinky with things like BDSM...not surprising Nevada, but more surprising Minnesota.
Some states want to Deftones and Chill (that's making a sex tape) like Louisiana while others like the Dakotas are too shy to even respond to the survey. Or to freaky that they're just like "Yeah it's cold af here we do it all already.".
Our friends to the north have the fantasy of the back door. While Iowa just wants to bring some toys in the bedroom. And we're not talking about Legos.
Our neighbors to the south like it in the great outdoors. Missouri's fantasy is having sex in public. Seems like there is a lot of nature in Missouri to make that happen.
Then we come to Illinois. And it's surprisingly the same as many other parts of the country. The most common sexual fantasy is simply trying new sex positions. Saddling, Magic Bullet, Doggy, Cowgirl, Reverse Cowgirl, Standing, Scissors, Jackhammer, and of course, 69, are just a few that you can Google (in incognito mode) and get trying something new tonight.
Here is every state's Sexual Fantasy according to Future Method... but wait, there's more.
While only Wisconsin and Arkansas have the fantasy of Anal Sex, Future Method dove deeper into this topic.
But what about butt stuff?
Turns out Oregon is the most curious when it comes to the booty with 44% saying they are curious.
Closer to home Wisconsin is the leader in the rear at 31%, Illinois at 26%, and Iowa at 21%.
One last nationwide stat to toss out there, 44% of Americans would consider building a sex room in their home. This is why it's so hard to find a contractor to fix something in my house. They are all busy building sex rooms.
You can check out more from this survey at Future Method.