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[NSFW] Could a multi-gendered, gay threesome work?

Asked by ETpro (34208 points ) October 6th, 2012

TGIS question. At the Haymarket in Boston this Saturday, I noticed two very attractive women and a slender, epicene-looking guy; all seeming to have romantic interests in one another. Nothing publicly outrageous occurred. They were just hugging and holding hands—giving one another come hither glances.

But that brief encounter got me to thinking about settings of a more private and intimate sort, where the distance limits between the three were reduced till they disappeared, and some body parts began to merge. Who would do whom? What would they do? How would they merge?

If you imagined a household of three great looking gay adults, not all of the same gender, but all three relating sexually together, how would you imagine it working optimally? What pairing/s would you personally find hot and not? What mix of gender identities might help keep things steamy?

Does such a thing happen in the real world. After what I saw today, I am guessing it occasionally does. Pray do share life experiences to prove it happens if you have such.

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Sunny2's avatar

I have no personal experience, but certainly believe that any personal relationship between people of any sexual persuasion can be a family. I hope that someday soon, there won’t be the laws that prevent unions. I just now realized that I’ve objected to multiple husbands or wives in the past. I no longer do. Freedom of association should be part of a societies’ rights.

wundayatta's avatar

I guess if it was multi-gendered, but everyone was gay and strictly so, the who of the same gender would do each other as per normal, and the odd one out would watch, since there would be no partner of the preferred gender.

DrBill's avatar

I can personally verify it does happen, I am in a poly house, I am straight living with several Bi women.

ETpro's avatar

@Sunny2 I completely agree. And I think it will happen.

@wundayatta That did not appear to be the case with these three. Of course, they could all be bi.

@DrBill Sounds like a fun house, and I mean that in the most complimentary way.

augustlan's avatar

When he’s drunk, one of my gay male friends hits on both my husband and me (a female). I imagine that if my husband was a single gay man and I was a single lesbian, it could certainly happen. We are fairly fluid and open-minded people, all of us. I wouldn’t want anybody left out, so everyone would do everything with (or to?) everybody involved.

fremen_warrior's avatar

@augustlan that is a very enlightened attitude.

ragingloli's avatar

If it is 2 men and a woman, one of the men could fuck the woman while being fucked in the bum or mouth by the other man, or the other man stuffs the womans mouth, or her colon.
If it is two women and a man, the man could drill one of the women while the other one mounts him from behind with a double dildo for shared pleasure or a strap on for some pegging.

janbb's avatar

@ragingloli You have such a way with words!

wundayatta's avatar

Yeah, if they were doing someone of both same and opposite sex, I’d say they were bi, not gay. But then, I go by what people do, not what people say.

If you have a bi threesome, then I’m sure there are all different kinds of things you can do. But it makes a difference if it’s just about sex compared to being about the relationships.

But if you follow the motto “let no hole go unfilled,” then you can imagine the people involved will probably be pretty busy.

ETpro's avatar

@augustlan Thanks. That pretty well confirms that someone who ordinarily identifies as gay can “reach across the isle.” Straight people often let necessity be the mother of invention when incarcerated, as well.

@ragingloli Thanks and what @janbb said. :-)

@wundayatta Makes sense.

janbb's avatar

@ETpro psst – “aisle” not “isle” – that would be a long reach!

ETpro's avatar

@janbb Ha! It must be an isle they have to reach across to compromise in Congress these days.

janbb's avatar

@ETpro I agree; there seems to be no crossing that “isle.”

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