This is a NSFW blog about a sex-positive BF & GF who love each other, love traveling, and love sex. We're respectfully polyamorous, loving, kinky, supportive, and we love playing with others!
Around 10-15 times a day we'll re-blog things we like (not our content) and we also post our own pictures and tell our fun sexy stories (our content). We also love answering questions from followers, so if you're curious about polyamory, us, or anything else sexual, hit us up!
Starting January, 2014 we started taking an 11-month long trip around the world. This blog is where we'll tell stories from our year of international sexploration!
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Seriously - thank you so much. We’re so happy that our humble little blog, one that began the morning after an impromptu threesome where we wanted to document the story, has turned into such a rewarding thing for us.
Not working this year, we’ve had ample time to play on the blog and we’ve learned a lot from some pretty amazing followers. We’re happy we’re able to give back in any way by sharing our heartfelt feelings with whoever finds value in reading them. :)
Absolutely - we both have a ton of love and satisfaction in our relationship together!
If you’re asking because of the old thought process that says “your soulmate will fulfill every aspect you’re looking for in life, and you’ll never need another person / you’ll never even need to think about another person” (or something similar), let us say this:
Since neither of us are monogamous, we actually fulfill each other more completely than we could have ever imagined. If we had met each other, fallen in love, yet one of us were monogamous, we’d be MUCH less fulfilled in the relationship. We’re both naturally poly, so finding each other, falling in love with the others personality, laughter, looks, approach to sex and skill in bed, etc is made extra special since we are also both on the same page with respect to relationship style.
We know who we are, what we want, and we fit together perfectly.
Awwww - aren’t you just one of the kindest followers we have! Thank you so much for the nice words - it’s great to read this morning as we wake up (in Naples, Italy) and start our day!
We get this question in our personal life sometimes, and it’s a fairly normal topic of conversion with other poly couples we know, so we’re going to tag this post “AboutPoly” so it files to that link section of our blog. :)
1. We’re going to answer your question kind of vaguely here: We are SOMETIMES concerned about how we come off to others. To clarify the “sometimes” in that sentence, please keep reading…
A blog of sexual nature will always offend some people. Similarly, a polyamorous relationship will also offend some people who either don’t understand polyamory or feel uncomfortable with polyamory. If someone is offended, we hope they try to understand all sides of the situation. Conversation helps.
If we discuss things and the person remains offended, the best course is to accept that we have different philosophies about relationships or sex, and that’s ok. We’re not out to change anyone to be polyamorous - people have to make their own relationship decisions themselves with the core of what they believe.
So if after intelligent conversation, the person is still offended, we stop carrying as much because we know we’re just fundamentally different in that one aspect of life. It doesn’t mean we don’t like the person, it just means we had a healthy, mature conversation and we agree to disagree. We appreciate different perspectives and value how those different perspectives make the world such a fascinating place!
If someone is offended and not willing to discuss things openly and maturely, we don’t concern ourselves with any of it because in our experience there’s little that can be done to intelligently discuss this type of topic with someone with that type of uneducated and narrow minded view.
2. With respect to the “one and done” comment, we have a lot to say.
Let us be clear: The people we’ve meet on this trip are not “one and done”. GF still talks with the Argentina guy and the Santiago boys on Facebook from time to time, and BF still keeps in touch with the women he’s met as well. The woman from Germany is flying to Rome in a few days to hang out with BF for 2 nights. Clearly our relationships with people are deeper than “one and done”.
We also tried to get together with one of the Santiago guys when we were in Paris (he lived in Paris), but he was in Boston while we were in Paris, so it obviously couldn’t work out. We were all bummed out.
We’re not out here fucking and moving on, we’re out here making friends who sometimes we’re intimate with. This is one of the beautiful parts of being poly. Also, the people we’ve been intimate with sometimes follow our blog, and most of the time they’re friends with us on Facebook - they can easily see everything we post and they know us well. Hopefully we’ll cross paths again someday - the world isn’t very big, so it’s not impossible to think that we’ll cross paths again. That’s so wonderful and beautiful to us!
The people we’ve met so far don’t feel used, so why would others? If they’re like minded adults, they’re going to get the same value from us as we get from them. :)
3. You also mention tumblr followers…
We get tagged in other peoples posts a lot, and we regularly chat with a handful of friends we’ve met from tumblr. When we comment about them we certainly don’t mean any disrespect, and we doubt they feel disrespected at all. We’re friends, we have a healthy lust for one another, and we’re all flirting together. Aren’t these some of the most fun parts of early relationships - the lusting and the flirting?
Those that take the time to chat with us and get to know us know who we are, and we’ve never had anyone tell us they feel used or like they were a “one and done” experience. We’re not about cheap sex, so it makes sense our partners don’t feel cheap. On the contrary, we’re about friendships with intimacy, so if distance keeps the intimacy from being a reality, the friendship can easily remain.
Perhaps this comparison will help:
We’ve met friends on this trip (who we weren’t intimate with) that we ended up running into again 3 or 4 months later on totally different continents. When we realized we were in the same city, we got together to do city tours, have dinner, have drinks, etc. That’s a nice causal friendship where we all get value out of it, and we think that type of friendship is easy for most people to understand.
Our friendships with other lovers can feel very much the same - we hang out when we can and appreciate the times we do. We value the friendship AND the sex. It’s quite simple, really. Most of all, it’s very respectful and amazingly beautiful.
Hope this helps answer the questions you had. If it triggers other questions or needs clarification in any way, certainly send another message. :)
GF is adamant that cheating and lies bring bad things. BF wasn’t adamant about this until last year when he slept with someone who was married, the husband found out, and a lot of pain ensued as a result.
If the relationship is open / nonmonogamous / polyamorous, then we WILL date someone as long as their significant other knows about it and is comfortable with it.
If the relationship is supposed to be monogamous and the person is cheating behind their partners back, then no way - there’s too much at risk and it’s not something we want to be a part of.
Thanks for the question!