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7 Questions that Will Improve Your Next Threesome

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Have you had one threesome that turned you off the idea of group sex altogether? Maybe you’re girlfriend had a bad experience years ago, before you got together, and now she is hesitant to try again.

Whatever you do, don’t blame the threesome! Think about it… we’ve all had awkward, uncomfortable sex with just one partner, so of course threesome pitfalls happen. The more people involved the more chances there are for something to go awry.

Just like anything in life, when you fall down, you get up, brush yourself off, and continue on. And if you love the fantasy of being with two women or some other combination, the key is to learn from your mistakes. This is where a casual evaluation can help. This can either be done by yourself if you are single or with your partner if you are in an open relationship.

7 Questions that Will Improve Your Next Threesome

  1. What was the best part of your threesome experience? Did you enjoy participating or watching your partner get it on with another person? Maybe you had your first bisexual interaction, and you were surprised how much you liked it.
  2. What made you most uncomfortable? Was the pre-threesome getting-to-know-you part of the evening a drag? Did you not know how to ask your guest to leave the next morning so you and your girlfriend could be alone?
  3. Did you have everything you needed? Did you forget the lube, and did you have enough condoms? Maybe you forgot to do laundry and were low on clean towels. Did anyone ask for something that wasn’t available? Hosting a threesome is something to aspire to.
  4. How compatible was your third, or the couple you hooked up with? Are you dying to see them for another group encounter? Were they too vanilla or too kinky for your taste?
  5. How often would you like to have a threesome? Was it a one-and-done experience, or would a regular arrangement suit you and your partner?
  6. Were boundaries and limits respected? Are you worried that you may have crossed a line, or that someone else pushed you further than you would have liked? Maybe you didn’t explore a kink that you had hoped to.
  7. Did anyone feel left out? This happens a lot in threesomes when two people are so involved in exploring one another that they forget there’s someone else in the room. Figure out what threesome positions help to keep everyone engaged.

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