Are there any specific rules to have a threesome? Can there ever be one? Of course, there are. A threesome isn’t as simple as it seems. It’s not just the bang-bang followed by scampering.
Threesomes can, at times, emotionally hurt a lot more than an external affair. So use these three important rules each time you decide to bring in a third mate.
Threesome Rule One – Ground rules
Always have ground rules before you enter a ménage à trois. You don’t want your man to penetrate into the other woman, let him know that it’s off limits. You want the third person to leave as soon as the sex is over, let it be told. You may only end up feeling uncomfortable if you close your eyes and open them to see your woman kissing another man.
So whatever pisses you off or makes you feel awkward, apply ground rules and let all three of you know when things are going overboard. Remember, you do want to have happy times, not frustrated ones, after doing the deed.
Threesome Rule Two – Pleasure up
Everyone’s in it for their own pleasure, when you’re involved in a ménage à trois. But that doesn’t mean you should finish yourself up and sit down against the bed-post pouting and sulking about the crowded bed. Slow your pace and see that all the three involved are excited to be there. Even if your body is over one person, you still have your hands free, don’t you?
Try your best to see that all three of you climax almost together. If you can pull that off, you’ve got the ménage à trois thing going really smooth!
Threesome Rule Three – Play Safe
This is a good one, and one that shouldn’t be overlooked. All three of you may be safe and clean off STDs, but there could be a good chance that one of you could be having a symptom that is in the dormant stage.
You don’t want things to go from good to bad, and bad to worse. So while having a threesome, make sure you stock a good pile of condoms on the bedside. Each time the man penetrates another woman, the condoms have to be replaced. And if you’re using hands, restrict one hand to each person’s privates, so you don’t play a part in the transmission. There may be no problems in the first place, but prevention is always way better than getting a disease with no cure, right?