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You mentioned being discrete and this bothers me a little.You may have meant that you live is a small community or have really homophobic family or friends that you don't want to know.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I am happily married and my husband is very supportive. Most if not all men have a fantasy to be with 2 women.I have been curious to be with another women for many years, I was emberrassed about it at first but after joining POF... I would feel like I was cheating on him if he wasn't included... Find an experienced bi or lesbian woman and invite her into your bedroom. A lot of bi and lesbian women don't want to be the object of a married woman's curiosity.Then she gets the benefit of something on going and not just putting her in the position fo being a sex toy.produceninja pretty much nailed it... create a profile that says you're bi-curious, looking to explore.The beauty of this site is, it doesn't segregate needs or wants..Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.

You can "hint" this in your profile...open an intimate encounters profile listing your desires...

You said in the OP that your husband was a supportive guy but only you know if you think he is supportive enough to let you explore this and if he can not be tortured by feelings of jealousy even if he says for you to go for it. If you think this idea won't bother him or better yet that he will be all for it then you should feel comfortable about telling him.

Maybe introduce the idea as a fantasy and build on it from there to test the waters of his reaction.

We usually met for dinner and a few drinks and then to a neutral place. My feeling is that you're enabling your husband's fantasies and fetishes. After 40 years of feminism, is this what women really want to be doing? But it's not something that should be driven by the need to please your husband or boyfriend. Even if he gives you permission, is he doing it for the right reason?

It just seems bizarre that women should be wanting to experience bisexuality for the purpose of propping up their boyfriend's or husband's fantasies. Think about it.mick2521ya i follow what you say.if any man or woman whats to exsperience new things an thier sexuality are they doing it for themselves or are they just doing it trying to please somebody eles.these kinds of "situations" it always seems like the woman is merly doing it to satisfy something for thier man..

Generally speaking the only way a relationship can last if its opened to allowing others into sexually is if both people know about whats going on and both support the idea.

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