Series in which experts interpret people's sexual fantasies.
Runtime: 55 minutes
My Secret Sex Fantasy - My Secret Garden - Netflix
My Secret Garden: Women’s Sexual Fantasies is a 1973 book compiled by Nancy Friday, who collected women's fantasies through letters and taped and personal interviews. After including a female sexual fantasy in a novel she submitted for publishing, her editor objected, and Friday shelved the novel. Later, after other women began writing and talking about sex publicly, Friday began thinking about writing a book about female sexual fantasies, first collecting fantasies from her friends, and then advertising in newspapers and magazines for more. She organized these narratives into “rooms”, and each is identified by the woman's first name, except for the last chapter, “odd notes”, which is presented as the “fleeting thoughts” of many anonymous women. The book revealed that women fantasize, just as men do, and that the content of the fantasies can be as transgressive, or not, as men's. The book, the first published compilation of women's sexual fantasies, refuted many previously accepted notions of female sexuality. A sequel, Forbidden Flowers: More Women’s Sexual Fantasies, followed in 1975.
My Secret Sex Fantasy - The play - Netflix
In 2009, the book was adapted into a full length stage play Multiple O: Women on Top. Playwright John Sable chose Women on Top (another book by Nancy Friday) as the play's title largely due to its more provocative connotation.