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"Why do some people choose "both"?" - polyamoury discussion.

posted 5/26/2007 12:08:04 AM |
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  Spike28

I posted this to another blog where someone was asking,
First of all, I've taken some flak, & I know there are alot of homophobes who freak out over it, so I'd like to clarify, instigate some discussion, see if there any like-mindeds, & generally tell the homo-haters to fuck off & die, you're lame & I've got another blog post coming just for you.

So w/out further adieu:

Though we see other people, my wife & I are actively looking for a shared partner. My wife tends to get along better with men, so it follows that I should be open to finding one, even if we don't have sex per se. I think 90% of guys are ugly, but its a matter of interlocking parts - she likes 2 at a time, & I love seeing her pleased.

We've had threesomes with women, and have each dated members of the opposite sex before & since we've been married. The women, however, are a bit nuttier in general, and less suited to long term polyamourous relationships. On top of that, my wife tends to get unavoidably jealous when I go out with women and she does not have a male partner. So, to keep things balanced, I am looking for both.

Does that clear things up? Its complicated, but such is the nature of humanity.

Spike28


PS
There really should be more, and simultaneous, selections available: Men, Women, Mixed couples, males couples, female couples, groups, trans. A lot of sites have that setup.

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DavidL44

May 26 @ 11:30AM  
Myself, I'm not a homophobe. I say to each his or her own.
I have friends who are gay, and they are good friends.
Personally I would never engage in sex with a man.
I love women and thats all for me.
I commend you for the honesty and your desire to please her.
Good luck in finding what you seek!
Giggl_Sprite

May 26 @ 11:44AM  
I understand exactly where you're coming from. My husband & I are looking for a playmate or possible LTR. However, I'm bisexual and my husband gets along better with women. We've had some people that have put us down, told us that we shouldn't have married, but this was a decision that we made together. You shouldn't feel the need to explain yourself to people who attack you. After all this was a decision made by two consenting adults.

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