Sex in Public: “I don’t know if monogamy can work.”

{via, with my modifications}

I’m a very sexual person.

I’m proudly bisexual, have been for as long as I can remember and I genuinely can’t imagine being any other way. I love men and women equally.

I love the vulnerability of being with a masculine man who can overpower me and make me feel small, but I also love dominating the same men and making them absolutely weak for me too.

I love the slow, soft sensuality of being with a woman. The female body is so beautiful. I feel so lucky to be a woman in that sense because our bodies are such a gift.

I’ve been with my husband since we were 14 years old; he was my first. Even though I’m married, I don’t know if I believe monogamy can work. I think we should have more sexual partners because sex is so important for our mental wellbeing.

I think it’s unrealistic to expect people to be together for years and years and still find satisfaction in sleeping with just that one person.

If we had different sexual partners, it could keep our emotional relationship fresh. We would be kept on our toes, always wanting to please and entice that partner, because you know they could just as easily go and get it somewhere else.

It would make you WANT to please them, not just have sex because they are the only person you are “allowed” to have sex with.

I’m hopeful that my husband will one day come around to the idea that we should explore the possibility of multiple sexual partners. If he doesn’t, I feel that I will never be sexually fulfilled whilst in a relationship with him.

— Jessica, Australia

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Sex in Public is an ongoing storytelling series devoted to uniting people through vulnerable & intimate stories of sex & sexuality. 

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