How to Talk about Having a Threesome with Your Partner

It is far from that having a threesome is on the must-try list of lots of people, especially married guys. However, the thought about having a threesome with their partner whom they have been married more more than 10 years just make the fantasy seems to be even harder to come true. So keep the threesome dating a unrealistic wish or try to put it into practice?

It’s completely up to you. If you keep relating the hot and steaming kinky dating scene that you saw from last night’s move with your long term partner, it’s probably time that you act on your years long fantasy. And the most important as well as the very first step is to make sure you are on the same page with your one and only partner. For those who have never tried polyamorous dating, bringing it up is definitely not an easy thing, which is also why a great number of tempted ones got intimidated by the idea of causing a series potential conflicts with their partner. However, there are a few useful tips that will get you closer to convince your partner to completely the seemingly impossible mission with you.

It is undeniable that a better part of long term couple dating relationships can be plan and dull at some point, but ever use it as a valid reason to try out a threesome or even look for a three way partner with your long term soulmate! Because it will not only point out that you think the relationship is far from what you’ve expected, but also make them feel accused of being an inadequate partner. Always keep in mind that hurting your partner’s feelings can never be a useful way to bring it up. Let’s take a look at the most typical examples to help you understand why it will only gets you no where.

“Well, I’ve been always wanting to tell you that threesome is a nice way to spice our relationship up. Don’t you think it is a bit too boring of what’s been going on? There are a lot of couple dating apps, tinder for threesomes and tinder for couples which we can use to try out kinky dating, wife sharing or even wife threesome. What’s your opinion, darling?”

Instead of pointing figures at the current relationship (regardless it’s true or not), try to ask his or her opinion about it genuinely, but remember, in a subtle way. Citing an example from the last X-rated movie that you have just watched can be a smart way- “Can you believe it that Caroline J. Smart was playing a swingers who’s addicted to a swinging lifestyle in “Trust me or not”, however, if you think about it, it’s kinda hot! What do you think?” or “I was watching football online and a website page popped out from no where. It was a couples dating app which says there are about 6 million couples seeking women and women seeking couples in the states, can you even believe it! Wonder if we will ever be part of it hah!”