Originally Posted by mary_81
If I am bisexual depends of what is considered here to be bisexual
Bisexual, from anyone I have spoken to, means enjoying sex withe male or female... attracted to both, would have sex with either. Doesn't mean you can't be in a monogamous relationship/married, if attracted to either sex. There are people who are bisexual who are married to the opposite sex. The attraction to same sex is still there, but they are very much committed to their spouses. Why you would think we mean that you would only be attracted to women if you are bisexual, I don't understand. Bi means both sexes, homosexual means same sex only. Heterosexual means opposite sex only. Again, can't understand why you would have to clarify the meaning of bisexual...
| being in a lesbian relationship, even if it is only sexual, to me it means cheating. |
So... then what is the premise of your original question/post? You asked if anyone would do this. Usually, if someone asks a question like this, it means the thought has occurred at some point. So... if you consider it cheating, why would you consider this/ Unless your real question is whether you should search for satisfaction elsewhere, but knew the answer you would receive if asked?
My sex drive is strong and lately I started fantasizing of a good cunnilingus like in the good-old-times. What am I supposed to do? At this point I don't know. Telling my husband that he doesn't satisfy me orally, and that vaginal sex has become too monotonous for me to enjoy? Hmm...
Yes, tell him. Not quite so harshly, but tell him you two need to spice up your sex life. And try actually discussing this with him. Explain to him what you NEED from him... and, ask what you can do FOR HIM as well. He may be just as bored in this rut as you are, but is unsure how to get out of it. Discuss it. Don't just beat around the bush. Lay it out in front of him. Nothing wrong with telling him, point blank, that you want more oral, either!