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The rest of our weekend and the following week were our new typical — sex every day, regular work outs, healthy eating, and for me, reading!! There was also a lot of conversation leading to our next visit to the sex club. The main goal was to be more interactive, and not wait for people to approach us.
For all we knew, they felt just as nervous and were just as new to the situation as we were! Friday rolled around and off we went. This time after grabbing dinner from the buffet, we sat in a more central area of the club rather than a back corner. We watched as couples entered. After a short time, one asked if they could share our table and that got the ball rolling. I had sooooo many questions! Both were more than happy to answer them. Probably the biggest question was WHY??
Why do couples decide to do this? And then HOW?? How do you do this and not damage what you already have?
We learned that they had been married for 8 years, and that each had been married before. There had been more to their divorces than sexual incompatibility, but that part was a definite element. They made a decision to explore sexually together, with other people, and were in a solid place with each other before starting. There was discussion regarding trust and communication.
This was a very nice couple that obviously had their shit together — not always the case in this lifestyle as we would learn later. After a little more conversation, the four of us took to the dance floor. Just a bit later I had my first sex club slow motion moment. Sexy Hubby had asked our new friend to dance and I was sitting at the table with her husband. When I looked over and saw them dancing provocatively with each other, all sound disappeared for me, and I saw everything in slow motion!
For real!! No jealous thoughts at all, which surprised me a little bit! What I did think was… WOW!!! My husband is fucking HOT!!!! Is that how we look when we dance together??? It was quite a moment for me. One of my very vivid memories to this day! The evening continued with dancing and conversation. We told our story too — the one told in the blog to this point, and they were very interested in what we had to say as well.
They were open and comfortable answering our questions, and not at all pushy.
However, I do think that they sensed our genuine curiosity about all of this. And this, led to our next ificant event! The suggestion was made that, if we were indeed curious AND comfortable with the idea, sharing a room together might be a good baby step for us.
The four of us on one bed. Sexy Hubby and I together, and the two of them together. Nervously we decided to take them up on this offer and off we went to find a room. Needless to say, this was a closed-door, closed curtain adventure. We all undressed and got on the bed. They had no problem getting intimate with each other.
Sexy Hubby and I, on the other hand, were soooooo nervous and out of our comfort zone to really do anything. I felt awkward watching them. We did fool around a bit never getting to the point of actual intercourse us Same room same partner stories they had no problem! On a bed. The four of us. They reassured us that our reactions were very normal and not to stress over them. Perhaps easier said than done, but hearing it from them did help. I remember being complimented on my body by both of them. I became ever so slightly less self-conscious.
Ultimately, what started as a very uncomfortable encounter, turned into a relatively pleasant experience! We made plans to meet them then. This post was first published November 25, Notify me of follow-up comments by. Notify me of new posts by. Same Room, No Swap….
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