Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Dreams of Consanguineous Sex

Ami Angelowicz offers “Decode My Dream: 5 Gross Dream Symbols Explained.”

Have you ever had a dream that was so gross or bizarre that you woke up and felt embarrassed to have even dreamed it? Don’t worry, it happens to all of us.

So what does Ami call “gross?”

Just because you dreamed of having sex with your mother doesn’t mean you are destined to gauge [sic] your eyes out like Oedipus.

And in case you’re not clear on show Ami feels about consanguineous sex…

After the jump, the meaning behind five really disgusting yet very common dream symbols.

Some adults enjoy sex with their mother or other close family members. Some of them are married to each other in every way but in the eyes of the law. Why hate on their love by calling it “gross” or “disgusting” as if everyone feels the same way? There are lesbians who think heterosexual sex is disgusting. There are heterosexuals who think gay sex is disgusting. There are people you see together and you don’t want to picture them having sex with each other because the idea disgusts you. But are you so quick to say so out loud, and assume everyone agrees?

Dreams of hooking up or even having sex with your family members or close friends can be the most unsettling kind of dreams to have. Relax. You don’t actually want to do your brother.

Not in all cases, but in some cases, yes. Sometimes a cigar is a cigar.

And ewww, by the way.

The writer protests quite a bit, no?

Sex dreams are about merging or connecting with someone. It can be a longing for love from that person, a symbol of the current state of your relationship with them, or even a desire to adopt some of that person’s thoughts or attitudes as your own. After having an incestuous sexual dream, no need to feel ashamed. However, you may want to spend some time reflecting on your relationship with that person.

There’s no need to feel ashamed about actually enjoying consanguineous sex, either.
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