"What's that Eva? You want me to do you HOW?" might be an appropriate speech bubble coming out of Tony Parker's mouth in the accompanying photograph.
According to The Sun's "Best Sex Ever" survey of "A-List celebs," the answer for Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria, it seems, is to be tied up with silk scarves during love making. Why We Fantasize And What's Normal
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But Eva isn't fetishizing alone. That same survey reported that Kirsten Dunst once enjoyed getting it on in a store changing room with then-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal. Other known celeb festishes include a foot-fancying Quentin Tarantino and a cross-dressing Nick Lachey. Celebrity Fetishes You Wanna Know
Yes, 'Eva Longs for tied-up romps,' but does make her 'raunchy,' as the tabloid dek so proclaims? And what, dear reader, does that say about you? According to our own polling, a whopping 21 percent of YourTango readers report that their love life most closely resembles Desperate Housewife Gabrielle Solis, who, like the actress that plays her, enjoys various levels of kink.
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Not to worry, there's nothing raunchy about a little D&S (dominance and submission) in the bedroom. In fact, it's quite normal: Research has revealed that many women—especially strong, independent ones—often fantisize about being "forcefully taken." In her studies, lead researcher E. Barbara Hinton discovered that women fantasize about aggressive lovers because it makes the women feel desirable, not because they like being physically hurt or rejected. Why Strong Women Fantasize About Being Dominated
Eager to grab some silk scarves, but hesitant to broach the subject with your man? Watch: How to Train Your Man