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Haltzman’s explanation calls back to Haywood’s description of the masquerade and how it allowed women to express themselves more freely. Haltzman describes the necessity of role-play with a long-term sexual partner because “dopamine levels [in the brain] diminish as you’re exposed to something repeatedly. We have imagination.” (Men’s Health) Role play compensates for human’s desire to seek sexual variety and maintain sexual interest, which is why Haywood’s protagonist utilizes her multiple costumes. “Sexual Role Play.” Men’s Health Magazine : Men’s Guide to Fitness, Health, Weight Loss, Nutrition, Sex, Style and Guy Wisdom. In an article in Fresh Vancouver Sarah Symonds, celebrity mistress turned relationship therapist, gives advice to wives on how to keep men happy and prevent them from having affairs.She tells women “if you don’t want [your husbands] to cheat, wives, get with the program and act more like your husband’s mistress” (Fresh Vancouver).Haywood’s protagonist discusses Fantomina’s resemblance to her true identity as the virtuous aristocrat, as she struggles between both roles: “her resemblance to this celebrated lady might keep his inclination alive something longer than otherwise they would have been” (636).The protagonist marries these two female roles to keep the attentions of her lover.Men would be caught in their own snare have not cause to scorn our easy, weeping, wailing sex! Initially the protagonist paints her role play as the perfect plan, while her beloved Beauplairsir is essentially having affairs with many women and being faithful to none.

The protagonist faces the same issues as women in today’s society who struggle between reconciling their virtue with their sexuality in romantic relationships.

Is the protagonist in “Fantomina” to be hailed for her assertive actions to pursue, by any means, a sexual relationship with the object of her affection?

Or is she just victim to the whims of Beauplairsir’s sexual desires that she desperately tries to slot herself into?

Women who freely engage in sexual activity are stigmatized as undesirable for ‘serious’ relationships.

Meanwhile, the virtuous relationship women is seen as less sexual and as needing help to spice up her sex live and hold the attention of her partner.

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