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Here's what worked and what didn't, and how they pulled it off. Adding an extra body to a sexual encounter is hot as hell for any of reasons, not least of which is just the sheer visual and physical sensory overload that comes with it.
In practice, threesomes are actually not that common. For consensually non-monogamous pairs, threesomes are simply one option on the menu of sexual delights they might partake in, which can also include swinging, sex parties, having casual sex separately, polyamory, and more. For monogamous couples, on the other hand, threesomes might be the single exception to the rule of exclusivity—and experimenting with it might involve some unexpected emotional turbulence along the way.
The possibility was always on the table for us, but we pursued it more seriously during a period of non-monogamy. Our first one was with a woman she connected with on OKCupid who brought up the idea first, so there was little tension or awkwardness when we all met up for drinks and went back to our place for a one-night stand. Our second partner was a long-time friend we dated for a few months after the first hookup.
In both cases, it was either explicitly or implicitly clear that everyone was interested in each other, and we eventually initiated it just by asking the third if she wanted to have sex. Like any sex, communication is key to a threesome. Our biggest piece of advice: If you want to have a threesome, just be open to talking about sex with your friends.
One of them will probably eventually want to have sex with you. Petersburg, Florida, together eight and a half years.
We entered the swinging lifestyle after 18 years of marriage. Our first threesome was with a man Adam found on a lifestyle dating website called Kasidie. His profile seemed to match up with what we were looking for, he was very attractive, and had a great personality. Our texting went great, and we decided to meet. We went to dinner first, and since our conversation went really well, we decided to invite him back to our hotel room.
Eve interacted with both Adam and their special guest equally and simultaneously, and it was an awesome experience. After this successful experience we branched out, adding others into our shared experience, both women and men.
Eve is bi-comfortable, so girl-on-girl play happens most of the time while Adam has penetrative sex with the women. We had our first threesome the day we started officially dating; his female partner was over at his house for all of us to meet. All three of us hit it off, and we then were in a triad relationship…a relationship between all three of us. After that relationship dissipated, we slowly started dating as a couple together. Many of the women we share these experiences with date one of us initially, and then we introduce the other partner. Finally, there have been people that we both met while simply shopping and hit on her together.
The hardest part about having these experiences is an uneven balance of attraction. What we like, however, is the adventure and spontaneity of it all. We love making a third person feel special and adored, showered in attention. One of our favorite parts of this is waking up either next to someone or texting them first thing in the morning and telling them how amazing the night was and hearing how great of a time they had.
Typically in our group play it starts with me going down on a woman while he has sex with me from behind. I am usually touching myself or making out with them both. The first time with my husband was about three years into our relationship—we were not married but had moved in together. We did catch a wicked case of bronchitis [after that night].
In fact, I do recall some weirdness with her. Sex is a big part of our relationship. When we decided to venture into the [swinger lifestyle, sometimes referred to as the LS], threesomes were a topic we discussed and were open to both male or female ing to play note: I am unapologetically bisexual but my husband is very straight. I think when you open yourself up to those possibilities, the opportunity will present itself. Threesomes are part of a much larger conversation on being consensually non-monogamous. Opening up a relationship takes honesty, confidence, and consideration on a higher level.
Much like lightning strikes, shark attacks, and car wrecks, anything that happens too fast is probably bad. We got together in high school. We fumbled through another one in our early twenties with a friend of a friend from college we happened to go out with one night. After those two experiences, threesomes went back to being a fantasy for a while.
We have a few different partners we have threesomes with somewhat regularly.
Some of them my husband and I date together and are bisexual like me, others are his solo partners who play with us because they are bicurious. It was a surprise to both of us, given our hesitancy in our early experiences, but it has become one of the most pleasurable aspects for both of us. We decided to open up our relationship and to start swinging at the very beginning. We both were always open-minded to new sexual experiences, but never found the right partner to explore. We had multiple constellations of sexual relationships with other singles or couples, sometimes with one additional person, sometimes more.
I was nervous about maybe being jealous, but also wondered if we made the right decision and if everybody will be satisfied and if l am able to please someone else sexual performance and appearance. I also had a lot of performance fears prior to the meeting: will I know how to make her happy, how to make her come, etc. And, of course, I was unsure if Marco might prefer the other person over me.
It was a great challenge first, a change in my mind and of course an emotional risk.
But as our relationship was strong and healthy and we were totally in love, we gave it a try. I also was so curious about those new sensations. The first threesome was with a girl. It was a friend who modeled for Marco he is a photographer. It turned out that this girl was open-minded and curious. He contacted her for another photo shoot, but made clear that something else may happen. She agreed. We already talked about an eventual threesome or couple swap in the past, so this was a great opportunity to get started.
We touched each other in the home photo studio and got excited. Then we went to the bedroom and continued there. After a moment he got naked too, and the other girl started to blow him when I was still down on her. Marco sent me a smile. We were always connected by looking or touching each other. Then he gave me a to the other girl to blow him together. This was a very sexy moment. Later he had sex with her while I kissed him and touched [her] clitoris. Then he had sex with me, and she touched us sensually.
At the end we had some great food to end the journey. We talked about it a ton, and for sure, there was some anxiety the first time. Relationships end over threesomes gone wrong. The talking beforehand is really important to addressing that. For the most part, our threesomes have been great. Hands and parts everywhere! We also found that there is something so sexy about the whole experience and knowing how much trust you have in your partner to have been able to successfully pull off an experience like this.
That feeling carries over, and we find ourselves even more attracted to each other in the days or weeks following. Bad porn and misinformed imaginations had us trying to imagine weird positions that mostly involved penetration, but the connection is really the best part. We really enjoy kissing and watching each other kiss. Sex IRL: 7 couples dish on what it's really like to have threesomes together. Kelly Gonsalves Updated May 18, pm. FB Tweet More. Credit: HelloGiggles. Threesomes hold something of a mythical allure in our collective sexual imagination. Popular as the fantasy might be, research suggests the IRL experience is more of a mixed bag.
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