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ok so i was with my first female sexually last night. yes we were drinking a little just to get us loosened up. we did have a threesome with my husband and my best friend(i know i know). i liked it. definitely different. it was her first time with a female too. my husband didnt know what to think. he was excited and amazed i guess. i liked being with a female. but like i said it was different. i thought that i might get upset at seeing my husband with her but i really didnt. i kinda liked it. the good thing is that nothing is weird like we thought it would be afterward. im thankful for that. i dont know why im telling you this i just thought i would because it was my first time with a female. and it was a good experience. i know most of you probably think that im crazy for doing with my best friend but it is ok, really. well i guess i will quit babbling i have to clean my house it is really nasty right now.


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I'm glad it went well for you, Koger!

Just remember that adding additional partners means adding additional safer sex practices you may not be used to, like dental dams or plastic wrap for female oral sex, latex gloves for manual sex, and condoms when your husband is involved. Every time. No exceptions.

I also can't advise enough -- especially when you have more than one partner -- that you and all of your partners get tested every six months. The myth that lesbians or bisexual woman don't transmit disease or infection is unfortunately just that -- a myth. And far too many women find that out the hard way.

By the by, if you're going to think about making additional partners part of your life, I highly recommend a great book on making it work well called The Ethical Slut by Dossie Easton and Catherine Liszt.

Heather Corinna
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But if you're a worm, sleep late." - Shel Silverstein

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Yes to everything the Scarlet one has said.

And I'm happy everything went so well for you and you had a good time.

And no, I don't think you are crazy. After all, you were doing it with your husband and best friend. The 2 people you are most comfortable with in the world. You go girl.

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Its good to try different things sometimes! Its also good that this experience went well!

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To me being crazy is being normal so I don't think of people as being crazy. I think it's cool that you tried something new like that. It sounds like fun!

To be a princess is to be an actress, but not necessarily a good one.

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