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I need to get this off my chest because keeping secrets isn't good. A couple of years ago, DH and I went to visit DH's friend's wife and their baby. Well, somehow the subject came up and it came out that both DH's friend's wife and I are bisexual. DH's friend's wife started hitting on me. It made both DH and I uncomfortable, especially since DH's friend's wife knew my view on monogamy (I will never cheat on DH, not even with a woman). So we decided to limit contact with her and only go over when DH's friend was there. Well, things reached it's breaking point when they wanted to make me the godmother of the baby and not make DH the godfather. After that, I let DH handle all communications with them and he stopped speaking to them for awhile. We started really seeing DH's friend again when he announced that he and his wife were getting a divorce.
I know I did the right thing for me and my marriage by remaining monogamous. However, sometimes I wonder what life would be like if I had kept talking to her.
Thank you to pattyandthemoos for the beautiful siggie!
I hate 'what if's'. But, I believe you did the right thing, for you. And I admire you. It is completely normal to wonder that what if's...And I think it's awesome that you married the love of your life...you don't need a lady friend, to fulfill your sexual side.
I know we all have different lifestyles...but, I am the kind that would be with a girl, if she came along...with the hubby's permission.
But, for the kind of people like you. I truly admire you
I think you're a wonderful wife and mother...regardless of your what if's.
You definitely did the right thing. That woman was being too pushy and it's always irritating when others assume that just because you're bisexual, that you must want to sleep with any woman that comes along regardless of whether or not you're in a relationship or even attracted to that particular woman.
In a past relationship, I was dating a guy that didn't care if I was with another woman and I could walk out the door telling him that I was going to another woman's house and what I planned to do with her and that was fine with him. The relationship I'm in now, my BF believes that cheating is cheating regardless of the gender of the other person. He is open to a threesome, but nothing solo with another woman.