Do you think I should continue with the massage and "happy ending" in hopes he will someday feel comfortable enough to reciprocate?
Or should I just go ahead and find myself another jack-off buddy? I recently spent a wonderful weekend with a young woman from out of town who identifies as queer and poly.
I have two complaints: one with the world and one with you.
My problem with the world is that it seems to think it is possible to embrace the rights of sex workers and still stigmatize the men who employ them.
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She went on to say that she is considering changing from poly to nonmonogamous. I'm certainly nonmonogamous, but I've never thought of myself as poly. Confused Over Lines Inside Names I would describe the difference as googleable, COLIN.
My quarrel with you has to do with your oft-repeated advice that people should break things off with partners who don't perform oral sex.
My wife doesn't like to give head—and I really don't like getting it from her, since she doesn't like doing it.
He also tells me he gets off on the thought of the two of us fucking a woman together. A relationship question that doesn't involve sex: Occasionally when two people live together, they bump into each other or one may get in the way of the other.
Always was bi but identified as gay because (1) he prefers men as romantic partners and (2) the biphobia he encountered in gay male spaces/bedrooms/buttholes convinced him to stay closeted but he doesn't want to live a lie anymore and he's done hiding from the man he loves but instead of using his words and coming out to you like a grown-up, GAYBYBI, your boyfriend is letting you know he's bi with his porn choices and a big push to make a MMF threesome sound like a sexy adventure you would both enjoy? As for how to handle it, GAYBYBI, you'll have to use your words: Ask your boyfriend if he's bi.