On Friday, February 21, 2020 at 2:58:00 PM UTC+5:30, jp37...@gmail.com
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> So you know you want to have a threesome, and you’re excited about the prospect of having steamy, passionate sex with more than one person.
> Now what?
> If you're in a relationship, you’re going to have to work up the courage to ask your partner if they’re interested in finding a threesome as well. You have to also really make them feel secure enough to realize that a threesome doesn't mean they're not cutting it sexually anymore — you just want a new experience!
> But even after you’ve managed to convince your partner — or were the one who needing convincing — there’s still the really tricky part of actually choosing who it is you want to share your bed, your partner, and even yourself with.
This is one of those perennial questions that flowers on Quora every three weeks or so. It's interesting that so many folks are down with group sex, but unfortunately, this is the wrong question to ask.
There is no "where." There is no Valley of the Dolls, where women who love threesomes all congregate, no secret Threesome Shangri-La just overflowing with women pining for a couple to whisk them away and ravish their nubile bodies.
You find women for threesomes in the same places you find women, period. I have found women for threesomes at fast food restaurants. (Seriously.) I have found women for threesomes online. I have found women for threesomes at parties (and not even the sexy kind of parties). I have found women for threesomes through friends. The "where" is irrelevant. The "where" is all around you. Odds are pretty good you already know women who are into threesomes. You simply don't know that they're into threesomes because they haven't chosen to share that information with you.
It's not where, it's how.
And the how is by being sex-positive, open, engaging, and willing to talk openly about sex.
You don't find partners the way you find weather-resistant hinges--by going to a store that stocks the item you need ("I'd like a blue-eyed blonde, please, maybe C-cup breasts, who likes group sex--oh, and can you make sure she's galvanized?" "No problem, check Aisle 3."). You find partners by being the sort of person the person you're looking for finds interesting. You know all those questions on Quora about "how do I get a girlfriend" or "how do I get a boyfriend"? The answer to "how do I find a partner for group sex" is no different.
Do you have a circle of open, experimental, sex-positive friends? No? Then start building one. Don't know how to build one? Try going to a Sex Geek meetup or some other sex-positive meetup in your town, if there is one (if you're in a decently sized town in a Western country, odds are pretty good there is). Make friends with folks you meet at a poly discussion group or a BDSM munch--not with an eye toward trolling for lovers, but to extend your social circles to include sex-positive people.
And then, be a decent person. Be engaging. Be fun to be around. Be open about wanting to explore threesomes, but not in that "I'm gonna hit on every woman I meet who's even remotely attractive" kinda way; that's not likely to work. Be a person that people find fun to be around. Just like you were when you found your current partner.
I've also written a blog post about this, if you're interested: