Are you bisexual and married/in a relationship? If so, does your partner know and does he/she care? Is your partner supportive, disgusted, excited, horrified, or whatever? Does he/she join in or want to join in with your activities?
I am married my husband knows and is ok with me being with a woman. He prefers to keep that relationship separate from our relationship and doesn't want to have a 3 some but he supports me having the desire to be with a woman and still be with him. I am separated from my husband right now we are in a long distance relationship but we are still married and we visit each other but he lives in IL and I live in FL. I am allowed to see other people.
I have been married for a decent amount of time. Over the years I wanted to have my wife try pegging me. I don't know why, but felt I would enjoy it and I did. The past year or so, I've felt I would like to experience being with a man. When I talked to her about it and said I am curious and might be bisexual, she said she had thought that for years. I am not a feminine guy, but do like to be smooth down stairs. She is very supportive in that she has been encouraging me to try sex with men and see what I like. She is not interested in being involved. Doesn't want to watch or have a mmf threesome or anything. I felt a MMf threesome would be a more comfortable setting, but who knows. We are honest and open with each other, that has been key staple in our marriage. Maybe one day I will meet the right couple or person to have this experience with. I was extremely worried and concerned how she might feel about me being with men or another couple. I felt she might think less of me as a man, or be repulsed, or chose to leave me because of my desires. She really surprised me with how she reacted. I have read so many counts of wives being completely turned off, or feeling repulsed or mad and leaving the husband. I am very fortunate to have such a loving and understanding wife.
My husband has known since early in our 12 year relationship that I was bisexual. He has been accepting and encouraged me to begin the journey online to find women locally to fulfill my wants and desires. He is secure in our relationship and understands my sexual encounters with another woman doesn't reflect on him or our relationship in any way. He explained he doesn't want to watch or join in. Of course if I come across an unicorn who wants to play with him then he could join us but my being on this site is for me and not him.
I read through the previous posts. I would like to comment I have heard many people feel strang about a guy being bisexual. I don't have a problem with/if my husband were bisexual. I love him and would honor his fulfillment of his sexual desires should he want to act on them. Hell that could be hot to watch and be a part of. I guess each person has their own likes and dislikes however, I couldn't say I am bisexual and tell my husband that he couldn't or shouldn't. I want his sexual desires fulfilled.
We are a couple who have swung together, I have actually set him up to have sex with a woman while I was at work. I had to work overtime and knew I couldn't be there to participate. I did get there in time to get a good night kiss when I arrived home and she was leaving. Then we proceed to have sex together after she left. He was harder than he had ever been. He was excited beyond belief. Which turned me on by his reaction.
I also understand I'm a unique sexual woman. I'm the hypersexual partner in our relationship. My husband has went to a swingers party with me and we had a wonderful time playing games into the wee hours of the morning and romping around nude in the hot tube with multiple couples.
We are to a new state of comfortable with one another and the enhancement our own sexual experiences through sharing what we want, what we fantasize about, and talking about our experiences.
I love myself, I love my husband, and I love to have sweet sensual sexual encounters with women and men.
I accept that I'm misunderstood by my gay/lesbian friends who say I am in denial and I am gay and don't want to admit it. I could actually see me married to a woman as much as I could see me married to a man. However, I would still want to have sexual encounters with whatever gender I didn't have at home as I love both men and women. Each has/brings something different to the sexual encounter. May everyone find safe sexual fulfillment!
I hear you. I becoming annoyed when he goes down. You are extremely into eating pussy or don't bother. Isn't that terrible? This is my husband. Just watching a clip with two women licking each other makes me soaked. Need to chat with someone who wants to play. Same desires
Hello new hear been reading this forum I had one oncounter with a bi male he give be a bj and my wife does not know that , she knows I am bi curious and want to try things but scared. I would like to try mfm and light bi curious things any help
I am one of the lucky ones. My wife did know before our marriage and supported me. We have had several encounters with 3somes and more somes. At one point we had a 4some with my exwife, boyfriend(that the ex and I shared) and my girlfirend(current wife) Had a great time
My husband and I have found out recently that we both have some fantasy's. He to be with another women and for me to join in, while I would love to have another women in our relationship as well. My husband has always had this feeling though it never came up. Now that we both know what the other is looking for while still being true to each other our sex life has gone from once a week to more then once a day and loving every minute of it. No one knows of our new found life style. Looking for a women who is ready for some hawaiian fun
My partner she dose no but will not have any part of it i have tryed to tock her in to getting a strap on with the with a belt in vibrater so she has enjoyment also so now all . I can do is dream about one in my tite ars ageen. I miss thoses days
I am married to a bi/gay leaning man and I am totally ok with it. I would like to have two amazing men in my life if we can find the right guy. He's my best friend and guy on guy sex turns me on. I have no idea why. It is what it is. I prefer bi men because they are just all around good people usually. They are great friends and lovers. And they are not homophobic which probably makes them more passionate and sensual. Would be my guess.
My husband has known since very early in our relationship. I used to keep it a secret in previous relationships, but found I was not being true to myself and was quite often feeling less than satisfied overall. I didn't want to pursue another woman in fear of making him feel like I loved him any less... but I'm now searching for a woman to make life complete after more than 5 years with my husband. He's very accepting and excited even because he knows how much a woman turns me on. :-) The downside is finding the right someone... it can be very frustrating.
I am bi and my husband know and supports me. i've asked him his opinion and if he would ever want to join me and another woman. his answer for the last 3 years has been no. he's told me that it's not for him and he does not want to be included in my relationships with women, as long as i'm happy he is happy. i tell him when i like a girl or if i want to date her. he is completely fine with it.
his only concern is if someone hurts me he can't really do a thing because he doesn't condone any sort of violence especially against women.
i'm married and my husband does not know that I'm bi-curious. He has never satisfied me sexually and coma probably never will. We've only had sex twice this year. He doesn't think women are supposed to feel good during sex too. I have dreams and fantasize about being with women and have no urge to have sex with my husband anymore; we are just house mates for the children's sake.
I am bi-curious woman and my husband is not at all supportive of me experimenting with other woman, which is making me feel so sexually frusterated. I told him that he could join or watch if that helps, he still said no. This is becoming a huge problem for me to deal with:(
All three of the people I have been in long term relationships with knew that I was bi. It usually came up in conversation at some point naturally.
My first long term relationship was with a woman, the second with a man (my ex husband) and third with a lovely man who was bi curious himself . Only the ex husband had some issues with it.
I see no reason to hide the fact that I am able to love people of both genders, and couldn't imagine wanting to be that close with anyone who couldn't relate or at least undersand,accept,and be comfortable with it as normal and just part of who I am.