Rape Fantasies, by Margaret Atwood

Atwood

The consensus nowadays is that daydreams and fantasies are designed to compensate for things we lack in our lives. But as tonight’s story suggests, fantasies – or at least the sharing of fantasies – sometimes serve to prevent things that we wish to avoid at all costs.

Rape Fantasies, by Margaret Atwood {21:56}

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