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Question by septanerd
Submitted on 4/18/2004
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78 M, healthy, 3rd marriage (19, 12 , 20 yrs). Three recovering from frightening illness during which my gonads died. Urologist put me on testosterone replacement. I am very horney, three is not. Do you suppose I can sell polyamory to three and a good friend? Travel Europe as a threesome?

Answer by Muse
Submitted on 5/30/2004
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Dear 78 and Horny,
If you and Three are both in love with the friend that you want to include in your trip, it should work out, but I hear you saying you want another woman to provide sex since 3 is incapacitated at present, and that probably is not going to happen! Pol armory is mostly about love, not sex. Since you use the term "sell" to get Three and Friend to go along with your idea, I think you need to evaluate your relationship and your needs. You won't die without sex (or less of it), but your spirit dies without love.


Answer by thrishaa
Submitted on 12/16/2005
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