Has your lady ever suggested bringing another guy She wants more cock
Posted Sat Jan 08, 2011 10:03 AM
I knew one who wanted to experience it, but I wasn't about to mix it up with another guy back then.
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Posted Wed Feb 09, 2011 02:41 PM
Could be considered selfish if you expect to play with the other woman I guess. If you were just watching I think its a different story.
Posted Wed Feb 09, 2011 02:47 PM
As for us... as far as the original question goes, I'd have to say no - my wife didn't come to me with this as a fantasy, and definitely not with a DP fantasy. It was something that I kind of worked on with her for a while. A close girlfriend of ours shared the ongoing experience she had with her husband and one of their closest male friends, which she absolutely loved. Eventually we found kind of the perfect situation - close personal friends who lived across the country that we were sexually attracted to, but not "emotionally". That is, we think they're both very hot but have very specific reasons why we know we could never have a relationship with them. We've had a couple nights together when we're in the same city, and they've been really awesome - I think my wife has gotten the most out of it, since she's gotten the most attention.
Since then, it's been a real challenge to find another situation like that. It's a very touchy subject. Personally, I have no problem admitting to my friends that I'm sexually attracted to them, male or female. To me, it seems obvious. You're attracted to your friends because, er.... they're attractive, right? But bridging the gap from that to "Hey, do you wanna have sex?" is another thing. Needless to say, some people find the idea repulsive and you could really end up losing a friend over it. So you basically keep your mouth shut and hope the other person brings it up - which unfortunately means that if they're facing the same quandary, they never will. It's a shitty situation.
I wish things were different, I wish that you could just bring this up without it being a big deal, but people are not that simple unfortunately.
Posted Wed Feb 09, 2011 03:15 PM
I thought that was not going to happen, so I put it aside and at the end stopped seeing this "friend".
Posted Wed Feb 09, 2011 03:33 PM
Now I'm seeing this man I'm very much in love with. He knows about my sexual life and has watched me with two men. He was very aroused while watching and wanted to do it, too. Then he tried once to have a mfm with the "help" of my best friend, who I fuck too. Everything seemed fine as I've "started" with this guy I love, but when my best friend took off his clothes, he (the other) lost his erection. I'd help him out, but when they'd be close, he'd go almost flaccid...
So, it didn't happen (a true mfm). He wants to try again. I don't push, as I'm happy with sex the way it is now. I'm quite enjoying romantic sex with him, and now and then I have a mfm with my favorite bi-males.
We do fmf together and he likes it very much, but he wants it less and less (he's a lot into romantic sex). Whenever he wants, it's "available".