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Mature couples having group sex

SHARE In the romantic comedy, Hall Pass, two wives grant their husbands one week of unlimited sexual escapades with no marital consequences. Our culture reveres monogamy—and demands it. For many couples, any breach of sexual exclusivity spells disaster.

Monogamy is not the only way. Humans are descended from apes whose alpha males maintained large harems. In the Bible, polygamy was common—several wives or one official wife and several concubines. Mormons were publicly polygamous until and reportedly some still are. Other cultures have practiced polyandry—one woman, several men. Julius Caesar noted that polyandry was widespread in ancient Britain. Meanwhile, the Lusi of Papua, New Guinea, believe that healthy fetal development requires pregnant women to have intercourse with many men.

And some cultures have institutionalized sexual near-free-for-alls. But non-monogamy is not just for remote tribes. The former are open to anyone, the latter, to couples and single women. Or check Craigslist Personals under Casual Encounters. Some couples virtually everywhere advertise for threesomes, partner swaps, and group sex.

In a third, the two spouses are monogamous at home but grant each other hall passes when they travel solo for business. And in a fourth, each spouse gets together with a secondary lover or two about once a month or when the spouse is away. But we both enjoy playing outside our marriage. It may be unconventional, but it keeps our marriage fresh and sexually exciting. Occasionally, we run into one of our secondaries around town. We say hello and make introductions.

How many American couples are committed to occasional non-monogamy? Ideally, both partners should be equally into it. What exactly do you want to do?

What exactly can you tolerate your spouse doing? And are you more into clubs or private get-togethers? Couples happiest with non-monogamy discuss all the what-ifs extensively beforehand. Be as specific as possible, and work to prevent freak-outs. Many non-monogamous couples insist on same-room play to keep an eye on each other. Others feel comfortable with separate rooms or hall passes. Threesomes are popular, but while one plays, the other may feel ignored. Remember, the goal of non-monogamy is to draw couples closer, not drive them apart.

But despite careful emotional preparation, when one sees the other cavorting naked with strangers, freak-outs are always possible. Abide by your safe word absolutely. Clubs go out of their way to make newcomers feel welcome.

Just watching is fine and rules are clearly posted, typically: And condoms required for insertion. Most clubs provide free condoms and lubricant, and have monitors who enforce the rules. If watching works for both of you, during subsequent visits, you might become more adventurous.

A slow, step-by-step approach usually works best, with plenty of what-if discussions along the way. Have you ever tried non-monogamy? What have you done? How has it affected your relationship? And do you continue to play that way?

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Mature couples having group sex

SHARE In the romantic comedy, Hall Pass, two wives grant their husbands one week of unlimited sexual escapades with no marital consequences. Our culture reveres monogamy—and demands it. For many couples, any breach of sexual exclusivity spells disaster. Monogamy is not the only way. Humans are descended from apes whose alpha males maintained large harems. In the Bible, polygamy was common—several wives or one official wife and several concubines.

Mormons were publicly polygamous until and reportedly some still are. Other cultures have practiced polyandry—one woman, several men.

Julius Caesar noted that polyandry was widespread in ancient Britain. Meanwhile, the Lusi of Papua, New Guinea, believe that healthy fetal development requires pregnant women to have intercourse with many men. And some cultures have institutionalized sexual near-free-for-alls.

But non-monogamy is not just for remote tribes. The former are open to anyone, the latter, to couples and single women. Or check Craigslist Personals under Casual Encounters. Some couples virtually everywhere advertise for threesomes, partner swaps, and group sex.

In a third, the two spouses are monogamous at home but grant each other hall passes when they travel solo for business. And in a fourth, each spouse gets together with a secondary lover or two about once a month or when the spouse is away.

But we both enjoy playing outside our marriage. It may be unconventional, but it keeps our marriage fresh and sexually exciting. Occasionally, we run into one of our secondaries around town. We say hello and make introductions. How many American couples are committed to occasional non-monogamy? Ideally, both partners should be equally into it. What exactly do you want to do?

What exactly can you tolerate your spouse doing? And are you more into clubs or private get-togethers? Couples happiest with non-monogamy discuss all the what-ifs extensively beforehand. Be as specific as possible, and work to prevent freak-outs. Many non-monogamous couples insist on same-room play to keep an eye on each other. Others feel comfortable with separate rooms or hall passes. Threesomes are popular, but while one plays, the other may feel ignored.

Remember, the goal of non-monogamy is to draw couples closer, not drive them apart. But despite careful emotional preparation, when one sees the other cavorting naked with strangers, freak-outs are always possible. Abide by your safe word absolutely. Clubs go out of their way to make newcomers feel welcome. Just watching is fine and rules are clearly posted, typically: And condoms required for insertion. Most clubs provide free condoms and lubricant, and have monitors who enforce the rules.

If watching works for both of you, during subsequent visits, you might become more adventurous. A slow, step-by-step approach usually works best, with plenty of what-if discussions along the way.

Have you ever tried non-monogamy? What have you done? How has it affected your relationship? And do you continue to play that way?

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  1. And condoms required for insertion. But we both enjoy playing outside our marriage. What exactly do you want to do?

  2. If watching works for both of you, during subsequent visits, you might become more adventurous.

  3. Abide by your safe word absolutely. If watching works for both of you, during subsequent visits, you might become more adventurous. Meanwhile, the Lusi of Papua, New Guinea, believe that healthy fetal development requires pregnant women to have intercourse with many men.

  4. How many American couples are committed to occasional non-monogamy? But non-monogamy is not just for remote tribes. But we both enjoy playing outside our marriage.

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