Who am I?  

adelitafan 55M
30 posts
5/6/2005 10:17 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Who am I?

It occured to me, while editing and re-editing a post, some might wonder exactly what my situation is. Am I married? Divorced? Separated?

Around 1995, my wife admitted she had always been attracted to women. Rather than upset, it intrigued me and we let things evolve. Today, her girlfriend (common law lesbian 'wife'?) lives with us. Because it is a true lesbian relationship, and not one existing for my benefit, I do not have sex with them.

We do have a business, a life style, and no need to really rock the boat. I date and, in every way, am leading a 'single life'. While I am not looking for divorce, or even to bring you into my so-called 'harem', it would be cool to find a woman who gets along with us. Whom we can bring into our 'love family'.

Previously, I dated exotic dancers, but that was to no avail. I learned much during that period.

One, if you have a relationship with a dancer, it's best to not be a customer in her club. Indeed, if that's where you met her, if you care about her bringing home a paycheck, it's best to find another bar to hang out.

Two, people in any kind of sex related business tend (in my brief experience) to get bored with sex quite easy! They put their time in on the stage, then, upon arriving home, "I'm tired! Service me!"

That happens in 'real world' jobs, too. But at least the desire for sex isn't destroyed by the workplace! A woman may come home from a long day at work and 'never wear those shoes again' or will stay away from the computer after typing all day, etc. If the business is sex related, look out! She may want to avoid a bit of that when returning.

So, the internet is clearly a revolutionary way for like minded people to find each other! We bypass the normal dramas of life which are generally required to figure out a woman's temperaments, fetishes, etc, and cut right to the chase!

I have friends who got married off the internet, but I still have my doubts if LTR's can be found here. In my mind, that takes a few years, or, at minimum, many 'adventures' together, complete with a few disagreements, etc. However, in theory, it might be possible to leap over many frogs to find your prince, or princess.

So, I'll give this new technology a try. . .

Originally, I was using the blogs to give a 'cliff notes' recap of my sex life prior to the internet. Between having to clean up my posts to meet approval, and finding a way to be entertaining, I'm realizing it's gonna take forever to get to 'present day'.

Hope this brings you up to speed, and now you can intelligently decide if you'd like to meet. . .

GoddessOfTheDawn 105F
11240 posts
5/7/2005 12:05 am

Both (or should I say all) of you are clear, open and honest and have been in the past. Those things are important.

swtass1369 48F

5/8/2005 4:24 am

Came back to read what I missed the other morning, which was most of the important, read between the lines stuff.

You are good writer, ever been published?

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