Threesomes consistently top the 'fantasies I'd most like to take through to reality' list for both sexes but, as Tracey Cox reveals, they're most likely to have negative effects on your relationship long-term'I watched my man's hand reach over to grab the other guy and then lean forward for a kiss and I was so shocked I've never recovered.
I had no idea the two men were going to interact as well! Catch a glimpse of chemistry between the two of them that's missing in your relationship and suddenly it's not half as much fun.
I reinforce that if at anytime it's not fun or uncomfortable, we stop.
I even have this talk with couples I have played with before.
You need everyone to want to be there and not have a panic about dicks touching or someone getting more attention.Consider negotiating several encounters so that within each version there is a "star" to be the central focus. Especially, if you are in an established relationship, do not give into the temptation to lavish attention on the new partner and ignore the standing partner. If you use your skills and familiarity with your current partner, it can be impressive to the new partner, break the ice in a whole lot of ways (like upping the orgasm count), and increasing your own confidence.It can really take the pressure off trying to keep everyone going at the same time all the time (plus being the spoiled focal point is really fun! Worst case when you glom onto the new partner and ignore the existing partner is both of them knowing you are a dick.Couples in three ways need to have a lot of trust and stability.That is at least my impression but then, I'm a tiny bit of a cuck-queen.