'In matters of sexuality we are at present, every one of us, ill or well, nothing but hypocrites.'
'We may lay it down that a happy person never fantasises, only an unsatisfied one... The motive forces of fantasies are unsatisfied wishes, and every single fantasy is the fulfilment of a wish, a correction of unsatisfying reality. These motivating wishes vary according to the sex, character and circumstances of the person who is having the fantasy; but they fall naturally into two main groups. They are either ambitious wishes, which serve to elevate the subject's personality; or they are erotic ones. It was shocking when Nietzsche said this, but today it is commonplace; our historical position—and no end to it is in sight—is that of having to philosophise without foundations.'
(Sigmund Freud, 1856-1939)