Why Do Guys Think He Can But She Can't?  

KinkyCouple316 57M/54F
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8/8/2006 8:28 pm

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11/6/2006 12:25 am

Why Do Guys Think He Can But She Can't?

(female half here)

I have seen posts commenting on/about men who want to have sex with/watch their SO have sex with a woman, but are not willing to let a man have sex with their SO, even if it means no male-to-male physical contact (either in a swap or a threesome). I'm curious to know your opinions and comments on this on this.

If you think bringing in woman is ok, but not a man --- why? If you think you should get to be with the other woman, but the other guy can't be with your female partner --- why? Also, if you are a woman with a male partner who would like to see you be with another man or who would like a man on each end of you, but you would only like a another woman in the mix --- why? I honestly would like to know the reasoning these questions .... and also I'd like to know if there is resentment on the part of the person who is denied an "equal opportunity threesome" or if this apparently 'one sided' view/desire is mutually agreed upon by both people in the relationship.

Leave a comment so I will know why you feel they way you do and maybe I can understand 'another side' a bit better.
A full swap is fine -- even if it's different rooms
A full swap is fine -- as long it's in the same room
A full swap is fine -- as long as it only involves oral sex
Swapping is fine -- as long as I get to be with the other woman but the other man cannot be with my partner
I want a MFM or a full swap but she only wants to bring a woman in
Two women for ok him but not two men for her
Two women are ok for both but not two men for her
Two men are ok for her but not two women for him


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