Many of us have an interest in trying a threesome for a variety of reasons. It might be desiring to throw away the shackles that society places on us about monogamy. For others it might be wanting to explore the limits of their relationship or to give their partner with something, that a monogamous relationship cannot bring them. In some cases having a threesome might be on their ‘bucket list’ of things to do. Whatever the reason the first step is agreeing to have a threesome.
How do you convince your partner to have a threesome?
A very common question that gets asked, “how do I convince him / her to have a threesome?” The simple answer if they are not interested then do not waste your time trying to convince them. Short of a complete refusal there are a few points to consider and in the coming weeks, I will be writing about some of the secrets of trying to move the conversation about having a threesome to a point where it is agreeable.
Nice to have versus Must Have
As humans beings we all have needs to feel secure and having a threesome is no different. At the most basic level, for any us to feel secure in a threesome we must have our basic needs met and this is sometimes called a ‘must have.’ A must have, from a threesome perspective, are tangible and integrable items we need to have a threesome. This might be:
- Having the threesome as a one-off
- Avoiding some intimate contact with the third person (e.g. kissing)
- Being present
- Seeing communication
- Safe-sex practices
Nice to Have
‘Must have’ forms a part of the boundary for the couple and the threesome to allow the threesome to happen. Whereas a ‘nice to have’ is something that can make the threesome enjoyable but it is not necessary for it to happen. An example might be:
- Same-sex contact
Moving the conversation forward
The first step in moving toward a threesome involve reaching an agreement about the boundary of the threesome. In order to reach the first agreement understanding your partner’s need is vital. Only by negotiating the nice to have, discussing your vision of the threesome and then finding a common area whereby each of you can agree. In order to do this, it will mean being open to different possibilities.
Secret #1 – How does having ‘must have’ and ‘nice to have’ help in having a threesome?
Having a threesome mean being open-minded about possibilities and keeping your ‘must haves’ in order to feel secure in the threesome. By understanding why the ‘must haves’ are necessary will help ease further conversations about needs from a threesome. Then at some point the conversation will change to ‘nice to have’ in the threesome and this becomes the area for negotiating to reach the threesome. Only by communicating and understanding needs will a couple be able to move toward having their first threesome.
Other Articles of Interest
Unless you ask, how do I know you want a threesome?
Moving beyond the initial discussion
How to persuade them to have a threesome: Secret #4 – marathon not sprint
How to persuade them to have a threesome: Secret #3: being confident
How to persuade them to have a threesome: Secret #2: separating emotional sex from physical sex
How to persuade them to have a threesome: Secret #1: nice to have versus must have
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