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Old 07-09-2012, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by fireman29 View Post
I was wondering about polyandry and also sexuality in general, and wanted female perpective on this. for the sake of the discussion, take a relationship involving one women and two males. For the women out there, in your perfect ideal world, would you want the guys to also have a relationship with each other, or date you separately?
They wouldn't have to be best friends, but if a friendship developed I certainly wouldn't stand in the way. A romantic relationship is unlikely since my SO, though pansexual, is specifically attracted to women and transwomen.

Originally Posted by fireman29 View Post
would your preference be different if it was just a one night hookup with two guys?
If that was the case, I wouldn't worry about them being civil or whatever. Completely different scenario.

Originally Posted by fireman29 View Post
I am guessing there will be a great varety of thoughts on this. It is an interesting question to me, because it seems that in the mainstream world, two women together, in a threesome context or otherwise, are "hot" and two guys interacting sexually in any way is gross. Not sure why this double standard exists, but i believe it is because if women are turned on by two men interacting sexually, either in a threesome or just performing for her enjoyment, it seems as though they are objectifying those men like pieces of meat. I believe most of society, including alot of women, is conditioned to be uncomfortable with that. thoughts?
I think so too. Personally though, I'm generally more intrigued and enthused when I see men together sexually or romantically, rather than turned on. I find it beautiful, like art. (Probably weird but whatever LOL) I have only been interested in viewing a man-to-man experience with regards to my ex. Outside of him it's never crossed my mind with anyone else.
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