Although no one will readily admit to it, the fact is that everyone has had s3x dreams at some point in their lives.

The nature of the dreams can be exciting, like dreaming of getting your favourite celebrity into the sack.

But the dreams can sometimes take an embarrassing turn, like dreaming of having s3x with your boss, or worse, your partner’s best friend!

Some people believe that dreams carry significant meanings in our lives, so could the type of s3x dreams we have also reveal a lot to us?

S3xologist Elvis Munatswa says dreams could actually highlight something that we are consciously trying to suppress.

“In trying to understand why people have s3xual dreams or any dreams in general, various models have been proposed.

“One of these is called the neuro-structural model of dreaming in which the instinctual motor brain plays a pivotal role in generating dream images.

“In this model, s3xual experiences constitute one of the typical dream themes that are shared by most people, even within diverse ethnic settings.

“According to the neuro-structural model of dreaming, the unconscious forces its way into the conscious during dreaming. Dreamers therefore, have no ethical bonds and act out their repressed instinctual impulses.

They then have s3xual dreams,” says Munatswa.

He says a 2011 study found that at least 50{863ae21f3883e951777bdbc8607717246c41fed58c5a71d477243a35f9718ce7} of adults have s3x dreams at least once a year, and that about 18{863ae21f3883e951777bdbc8607717246c41fed58c5a71d477243a35f9718ce7} of them have s3x dreams at least six times a year.

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