Annie Oakley says you're fine

In answer to one of the most common questions I’m asked, I’ve mentioned that I think the brain processing that generates sexual fantasies is far from identical to the processing that responds to sexual stimuli in the external world, and that the remembering and experiencing sex are not the same. So if you fantasize about anything that you wouldn’t do in real life, that’s totally normal and healthy and it doesn’t necessarily mean anything about your “sexual orientation” or real-life desires.

But hey, don’t just take my word for it. Take Annie Oakley’s.