Why Share?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the wild side of your sexuality? To try something completely different and exhilarating? If so, you're not alone. Studies show that one in five Americans is intrigued by the idea of group sex, and one in seven has already experienced it! That's a lot of people ready to mix things up.

Ready to Mix Things Up?

There are so many reasons to get curious about multiple partnered sex. Maybe you want to spice up a long-term relationship, shake up a boring routine, or discover new aspects of your own desires. Perhaps you're drawn to the idea of exploring power dynamics, sharing intimate connections with multiple people, or experiencing a different kind of sexual energy altogether. The possibilities are truly endless.

The Key to Fun

The most important thing to remember when embarking on this adventure is to prioritize communication, safety, and consent. Know who will be there, what everyone is comfortable with, and make sure everyone is STI-free. If you're bringing in new partners, have a candid conversation with your existing partner about boundaries, fantasies, and any concerns. Establish a "safe word" or signal to use if things get overwhelming.

Protect Yourself

While the excitement builds, don't forget about protection! Use condoms for penetration and dental dams for oral sex – they add a layer of safety without killing the vibe. And don't forget about flavored lubes and dams for an extra treat!

Get Prepared

The more prepared you are, the more you'll be able to relax and enjoy the experience. Spend some time daydreaming about your ideal scenario, and make a plan that includes everyone's desires and comfort levels.

Ready to Dive In?

If this sounds like your kind of fun, start by having an open and honest conversation with your potential partners. Set boundaries, express desires, and make sure everyone is on the same page. Who knows – your next adventure could be the best one yet!

Sexy Suzie is a sex education professional with over 20 years experience in the sexual wellness field.  No content posted herein should be construed as medical advice.