AskMen.com did a study to decipher just what your fantasies reveal about your inner psychology.

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    Fantasy woman: DOMINATING

    It might sound gross, but if you are the youngest child in your family and you have at least one older sister, you may be more likely to fantasize about a woman who, sexually speaking, likes to be in charge. In real life, you would be drawn more toward a mate who is the oldest child in her family and has a younger brother, or is simply older than you.

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    Fantasy woman: MODEL / ACTRESS

    An intense desire to be with an extremely beautiful woman for her exquisite looks rather than who she is may signal that you have narcissistic tendencies. If you refuse to date women who are not drop-dead gorgeous in real life, the possibility that you have a narcissistic quality to your personality goes up as this behavior suggests you may view your attractive female companions as trophies.

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    Fantasy woman: ALPHA FEMALE

    One interpretation of repeated fantasies about an alpha female is that you are engaging in projective identification. This occurs when one person projects their own fantasies or desires onto another person and the other person, in turn, begins to behave in a way that conforms to these fantasies.

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    Fantasy woman: PORN STAR / STRIPPER

    Mind-blowing sex in a monogamous relationship with a woman involves getting to know each other's likes and dislikes, as well as sharing sexual fantasies and mutual eroticism. And while it may involve penetration, sex in a romantic relationship actually begins in the mind rather than below the belt, particularly for women. Sex in porn focuses largely on the genital organs and is most often about penetration in some form or another. Fantasizing about having sex with a porn star may, therefore, mean that you fear intimacy as this scenario is typically devoid of seduction and mutual mental foreplay, two factors critical to the sexual satisfaction of non-celluloid partners.

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