To Threesome or Not To Threesome?

To Threesome or Not To Threesome?

It can be singularly awkward to bring up the topic of experimenting along with another person during sex. Thoughts of not wanting to hurt the feelings or having your partner lapse into an angry fit, definitely come up. How ever can you relay your kinky inclinations to your partner, but without making the whole ordeal awkward and uncomfortable? Well, ladies and gentlemen, we live in a slightly more liberal world than 20 years ago. Men and women, alike, don’t – we should preface this with the fact that we are speaking of the overwhelming majority of people, exceptions are, of course, present – have surpassed old taboos and customs. People aren’t as averse to new sexual experiences and perversions as they once were. 

What makes the inclusion of another person so alluring?

A question as old as time, itself. There’s no doubt that for men, the idea of having two women fondle themselves and do the nasty for his own viewing or pleasure is a subconscious remnant from the times when kings would have a plethora of wives. For women, on the other hand, the desire to kindle with two men doesn’t seem to have any obvious or plain derivations. Most commonly, people suppose that that kinky wish, in particular, comes from the old need to satisfy their man, but this shouldn’t be taken in a demeaning way. 

How should you approach your significant other?

There’s little chance that you can avoid the awkwardness aspect of it all. Instead you should follow the band-aid analogy and get it over with; it’ll hurt less – or more, if that’s what you’re into. 

From personal and second-hand experience, we can tell you that the following few tips can make the rigmarole a bit subtler:

  • Watching a movie together that’s suggestive can convey the message rather well. Anita Blond’s All My Best DVD is a prime example.
  • Making remarks about celebrities and casually mentioning how perfect it would be to have them, specifically, to join you. Something people do wrong is bluntly saying how they’d like to try out their partner’s friend(s) – though some people are up for anything.
  • If your partner is a free person, being straight-forward and direct could be your best line of action. Some people don’t like beating around the bush – people are, very obviously, complicated. 
  • Asking your partner to include and use toys more frequently than previously could easily be a way to make them understand that you want to try it out with someone else. The Rianne S Booty Plug or the Mimic + Vibrator are your best calls.

You should be aware that your partner shouldn’t feel emasculated or get a sense that they’re not enough for you. You’re not to blame for your body’s impulses and your partner should be there to support you as much as human feasible. In the end, we’re only here to hurt and screw each other’s brains out. 

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