“A real relationship doesn’t properly begin until the NRE burns away. That’s when you have to start dealing with this person as an all-around human being, replete with irritating little habits. When disillusion sets in, love can begin.”
― Anthony D. RavenscroftPolyamory: Roadmaps for the Clueless and Hopeful: An Introduction on Polyamory


Touch of a Woman

English: Symbol for (female) bisexuality. Bi f...

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Ok, it’s been awhile since I posted. As 2012 comes to an end, first let me say Happy New Year to everyone. May 2013 be a year to explore your fantasies, love yourself and embrace differences!!!

As I reflect back on 2012, I realize just how lucky I am. I love my husband, but also revel in the “touch of a woman”. My husband loves me and trusts me enough to help me explore my bisexuality.

Jazz was friends with Aamrie for a few years while playing an online game, then we decided to meet and see if we all clicked for a threesome this past September.

I crave the touch of another woman. The softness of her lips on my nipples, the sensual caress of her fingers, the tentative flick of her tongue on my throbbing clit. Aamrie and I were comparable to virgins on our first encounter, but have since become more like horny lovers. We have plans to see her in February. She lives in Florida and we live in Tennessee. 😦 With the long distance, jobs, finances, and kids – we don’t get to see each other as much as we would like to, but we make the most of sexy text messages, phone calls, skype… To be honest, the sex is great, but I miss her hugs. I love cuddling on the couch together. We are emotional support for each other.

Holiday Feelings

When your loved ones aren’t all under one roof, much less in the same area code, holidays can be tough.  My wife and I have had our hands full, but we both miss Aamrie. It’s times like the holidays when being apart is hardest.

Even the little things, like cuddling on the couch, with a fire in the fireplace, sipping eggnog, listening to Christmas music, we missed Aamrie. Of course, it’s been worse for Aamrie.  She’s all alone. This is when long-distance relationship is hardest, those times when you want all your loved ones together.

Finding your loved ones is only half the battle.  The rest of the fight is getting everyone into the same zip code, and being able to spend quality time on a regular basis. That’s where we are now,  getting to the happy ending.

Answers to (burning?) questions…

And more questions, (and their answers) from another Fellow Traveller.

The Rhetoric and Composition of Polyamory

If you follow this blog, chances are, you still have some questions about polyamory. Maybe you even have bunches of questions. Consider this post my attempt to answer some of those.

What kinds of people are “polyamorous”?

Maybe your neighbor is, or your teacher, or your best friend. Sometimes poly people don’t have big mouths, so it’s hard to know. But, generally speaking, poly people come from all backgrounds. There are, however, a high number who have advanced degrees, work as computer and health care professionals, are science fiction fans, pagans, gay men/women, transgender/transsexuals, and bisexuals (this understanding comes from my general reading on the topic). It seems like lots of folks in the kink/bdsm scene are poly, too.

Isn’t “poly” just another word for swinging?

Nope! Swingers are relatively more common than polyamorous people.  Yes, they practice a form of non-monogamy, as does polyamorists; however, swingers’ foci are more…

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