Hi.. I know this is a bit late, but I have just found out that I'm somno too, and I'm a girl. But I only enjoy kissing and caressing my sleeping bf, not having intercourse or some sort. But should I tell him I have this fetish? I'm really sure he'd understand, but I'm a bit shy.. Please help. I'm desperately starting to think I'm abnormal for getting so wet only to watch him sleep View Thread
Hi there.. I know u posted this 4 years ago, but i just read it now, and i found out that i am a bit somnophilic too. If u still have probs with ur girlfriend constantly waking up, try this: don't touch her or do anything to her, until u're really turned on, then just touch her till she wakes up and have sex with her, consciously. For me, I am sexually aroused to see my bf sleeping, and when I'm horny enough, we can continue after he wakes up (is this still somnophi;ic then?) please anybody, help me. Is this abnormal? Even when writing this, I was imagining him falling asleep and got aroused quite badly and can feel my heart pounding so hard.View Thread
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