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Everything You Need To Know About Threesome – Part 1

Although opportunities exist, you spend most of your life either alone, single, or in monogamous relationships. Although marriage, in their most traditional sense, involves two people sleeping alone and emotionally and physically committed to each other, we now have other options. From sleep with you and your girlfriend and a third of the arrangement of the company, to an open marriage relationship, in terms of sex, you are free to explore, there are many other arrangements, as the recent hit TV drama, Deadly Women inside a pair of husband and wife, they add a third person in their open marriage, started the company. Ok, here we go, would you like to try a threesome relationship?

 

Everything You Need To Know About Threesome – Part 1

Simply put, a threesome is a loving relationship with a third person. It is also an umbrella term for the concepts of open relationships, polygamy and swing. People can have threesomes in many ways. People involved in such relationships defined the way they preferred threesome, such as having a third sexual partner, a same-sex partner or a relationship with someone else. Even if you're not sure threesome is right for you, it might be helpful to learn about this type of relationship because you want to expand your sexual horizons, shake up your trusting, traditional rituals, or at least, explore the fantasy you've always had about sleeping with a third woman. From the monogamy of the past to how common three-person relationships are today, to how to use them in your sex life, there's everything -- yes, we mean everything -- you need to know about threesome relationships.

 

1. The history of threesome dating
In fact, in Greek and Mesopotamian times, having multiple relationships, family, and the backlash between gays and heterosexuals was so accepted that it was never questioned. Polygamy has been around since ancient times, when Mesopotamian men had multiple wives and concubines and participated in homosexual activities without any stigma, just as the ancient Greeks did. In more modern societies, threesome dating has become increasingly popular in the United States.

 

But it was also a lot of hard work in the beginning, and after that early back-and-forth, threesome and even polygamy until the free love movement of the 1960s and 1970s, which opposed the Vietnam war and responded to the government's choice of rights for women and African Americans. During this time, many communities were born and created, all with different mindsets -- from open relationships and marriages to celibacy and trading partners. The idea is that all these combinations are accepted, tolerated and respected because of their choice of their own body, even if it doesn't fit the traditional military model they grew up with in the 40s and 50s. Hence the growth of threesome dating.

 

2. How common is threesome dating today?
An expert from the dating website for threesome finders explained: 'threesome-dating as we know it today has been growing in the us for the past few decades. However, as many experts have pointed out, it is difficult to pinpoint exactly how many couples and individuals actually think of threesome because of the negative connotations that remain. "It's difficult for researchers to determine how many people are dating in threesome, but there seem to be millions of them," the expert explained. More than two million people in the United States have tried non-monogamous sex."

 

A recent study, published in the sex and marital therapy estimates on April 1 in 5 people at least tried polygamy is in some shape, form or fashion, and is defined as "any relationship, all partners agree that each may have a romantic and/or sexual relations with other partners." it is interesting to note that is not age, race, economic conditions or political ideology to make people more or less gives polygamy a chance, but their sexual orientation. Homosexuals and bisexuals than heterosexual relationship more inclined to try to open.

 

3. What are some misconceptions about threesome dating?
Because most relationships around the world tend to be monogamous, accepting a threesome as a whole is often a difficult mindset for some people to master. For those who grew up in very traditional religious families, the idea of having a third partner is not only wrong and strange, but also sinful for some. That's why so many laws are still outdated, do not allow a man or woman to marry more than one person at a time, and openly talking about your open relationship preferences and practices can be as frightening or uncomfortable as revealing any other private, misjudged secret.

 

However, cleaning up the conversation around polygamy and breaking down inaccurate stereotypes can liberate those who are afraid to be themselves and educate those who may not understand the true meaning of their choice, threesome dating experts say. Here are some common misconceptions about threesome:

 

4. Only men would suggest an open threesome.
No wonder so many porn, comedy and improve movies portray men as horny animals who want to sleep with anyone whenever they want. In fact, "threes" are often popular searches on porn sites, and having a threes for a birthday present at 30 (or 40 or 50) is not unheard of. But while this is generally considered the pleasure of men wanting to participate in more than one partner, women are almost as likely as men to suggest this arrangement. Just as you have wild, erotic ideas that you want to try, your girlfriend may have one, too, if you're brave enough to open up a threesome dating conversation.

 

5. A threesome is the same as a swing.
While swing is a form of three-way relationship, it's not exactly the same thing. In fact, there are more levels - emotional and physical - to multiple, which does not appear in the standard definition of swing. Partners change partners, but in the end, it's more fun and, by agreement, they always come back to their partner. But in a threesome, falling in love with different people and being loyal to each of them is common and encourages practice.

 

6. Threesome is tantamount to bigamy.
Although bigamy is also a form of polygamy, because it is a huge umbrella covering so many polygamist, bigamy is when a man (or, in rare cases, a woman) has multiple wives (or husbands). In such cases, men can choose who to sleep with or spend time with, depending on their preferences and mood, or even work shifts throughout the week. In the original Mormon church, this was accepted and preached in their sermon, but was later outlawed by law. However, in many states, especially Utah, many families still practice bigamy.

 

7. Three company is just an excuse for casual sex.
There's a big difference between someone who really thinks they can live with a threesome and someone who wants to use the mask of an "open" relationship to put themselves to sleep with anyone they want. The key is to pay attention to the word "consent" (yes, sexual consent is the most important sexual skill). In a threesome, both parties can have sex with other people, not just one. This is because true polygamy is as much an emotional need as a sexual orientation. Many people define it as having several different people meet various needs, rather than expecting one person to meet all of their needs.

 

Let's move on to the Part 2 of what you should know about threesome dating!