Lessons from a Threesome, July 28, 2018

Caroleena was a working girl who was very good at separating her mind from her body. She could engage in physical activities with a client without the physical sensations that ordinarily accompany sex. It was easier not to feel anything to keep her soul safe. Caroleena worried that if she met someone she wanted to be with she might forget how to locate the “on” switch. When she met a client who turned into a friend who turned into…a sexual relationship she did not know how to label. He was not really a boyfriend because, for one thing, he had a sexual interest in the same gender. Caroleena asked around and found out very many men have same sex encounters on the down low. She decided to take a chance and try to satisfy his desires. She met a couple who proposed a threesome and Caroleena had the creative idea of doing it for the sole purpose of telling him the stories. Why didn’t her friend participate? The male half of the couple was terrified of being considered gay so he only allowed his girlfriend and another woman. Before the sessions began Caroleena wondered if she would experiment with lesbianism for the first time. Surprisingly, the answer was no. The woman pretty much ignored her and they took turns interacting with the man. Caroleena came to understand that working girls weren’t the only ones to flip the physical response switch off and on. The female part of the couple wasnt in it for the pleasure. She was motivated by the hope of controlling her man’s roving eye so he needn’t look for anyone else but her. Caroleena had a very similar motive only she wanted to bring vicarious pleasure to her friend by telling him about sex with men rather than finding him women (though she would later provide females for him). How ironic that the women in the threesome were there to maintain their respective two-somes. The pleasure switch stayed off. But the stories were great-more on that later!

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