For the men out there: Is the main fantasy in your life about having sex with as many novel women as possible? If so, do you believe this is a natural response, an exaggerated expression of sexuality, or one that is created from male bonding (which often includes latent homophobia that can be eased if a man expresses overt sexual interest in women) and the media's preoccupation with feminine beauty?
I ask this because I just read an article that says all people (men and women both) are inclined to break women down to their parts and to see men more holistically. I find that I do this - break women down in a way that almost rates what I imagine their sexual attraction to men might be (usually comparing them to me which makes me sound vapid - but hey, I'm attempting to be honest here :) and see men more as a whole. When I look at an attractive (or not so attractive man) I immediately think about what kind of man he is. Is he kind, a douche, etc. I do not think about his parts unless I deem him to be attractive based on more holistic standards.
So, I'm curious because I'm a woman who is trying to compassionately understand men in general. Is this a man-wide phenomenon? Or do some of you have other fantasies that aren't necessarily about novel partners?