The positive side of being Married and Bi I set him up to be Bi
Posted Fri Apr 22, 2016 01:47 PM
Like many, my husband had encouraged me to try Bi with another woman. Bottom line for him was to be able to have fun with 2 women without getting in trouble. It never happened. If I was going to fool around with another woman it was for me, not him. If I was going to try it, I needed my space to experiment. In the same regard, I offered him the opportunity to "experiment" with our gay friend. He refused and laughed it off for years until I couldn't have sex anymore. He knew that I thought it was hot and kept encouraging him. We played with the strapon and other games that had him on the receiving end of a big cock. He became quite comfortable playing "gay" and actually sucked my big strapon cock better than I ever would have been able to do. I would freak with a finger in my butt back when, but he takes a big dildo or the strapon in the ass like a pro.
It was his love of a bj that convinced him to at least let our friend give him a bj. It was his option to do it in return. With my blessing, they did it and I even had the opportunity to see them which I find really hot.
Subconsciously I think I set him up to be Bi. I would rather have him getting a (SAFE)quickie,no strings bj, or whatever from our friend,than cheating and going with another woman.
Do you think this is a viable option?
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Posted Mon Jun 06, 2016 03:03 PM
I have had the experience of encouraging a woman who was open about her sexual attraction towards other women. I personally believe she would have been happier in life if she would have taken a female as a full time lover and just lived that way. But she wanted a commitment from a guy. However her attitudes were going to make any guy miserable. She was clingy and emotionally controlling. You couldn't sit in the same room with another woman. A guy had to accept her sexually but a guy couldn't have any. You weren't suppose to have an erection if it didn't involve her. I don't accept the idea that bi sex isn't sex. And it's okay for a woman to have sex with another woman, but it's not okay for a man to have sex with another woman. And somehow it's okay if a man want to have sex with another man. That's just too controlling and not really going to lead most men into a path of having great sex; It falls into the category of a sexual correctness, and not into being who you are. It sounds cool and progressive to be in this type of relationship, until you are actually in it. In many cases men will find someone else that they have better chemistry with if they aren't sexually satisfied with these types of relationships.
I think you have to be careful when trying to define someone else's sexuality, and your own.
Posted Wed Jun 08, 2016 02:06 PM