Question Posted Wednesday October 17 2007, 9:09 pm
I'm pretty sure what I experienced was a wet dream. I mean, I did have a rather "interesting" dream and I woke up from having orgasm. I'm 16 though and a female. I thought males could only have these.. ?
taylorm answered Monday October 29 2007, 3:59 am: okay first of all boyz arent the only ones who get wet dreams actuallly a wet dream is when you have sex in your dream and you wake up wet in your panties or in your boxers any one can have sex in their dreams but if you dont wake up wet in your dream then its not a wet dream did that answer your question? [ taylorm's advice column | Ask taylorm A Question ]
alisonmarie answered Thursday October 18 2007, 10:07 am: Anyone can have a sexual dream and an orgasm while asleep. It happens to some people a lot, some people once in a while, some people rarely. But the potential is there.
GalPalNessa answered Thursday October 18 2007, 1:16 am: It is more frequently heard about males having wet dreams. But the fact of the matter is that females can have them too. With males the only difference is that well, if someone else is in the room and is too see them, its obvious that they're erect. And also remember, that guys orgasm so must easier and faster than girls. Which makes it easy for guys to by even a mere dream get super hard and without even touching, just even the thought can drive them crazy! But is definitely possible for females too! ...and also keep in mind, females, at least for the most part, are more concervative about their sexuality and everything regarding sex really.
But all in all, its normal! =)
twistedsister17 answered Wednesday October 17 2007, 11:49 pm: I think girls can have them too. I'm not sure if I've ever woken up having an orgasm, but I've definitely woke up feeling "turned on" after an "interesting" dream I had as well. Lol! So yes, I think it is possible especially if you are going through puberty. [ twistedsister17's advice column | Ask twistedsister17 A Question ]
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