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TOPIC: How_do_you_handle_solo_bi_play
Created by: biandbi804
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We enjoy playing together with other couples, bi and straight. Occasionally, though, he has expressed a desire to play alone. He says that he is less inhibited and thinks the other guy is, too, when there is just the two of them in private. I totally trust him, have no qualms along those lines, but I do feel a little left out. How do you other bi couples handle this? A

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"Solo bi play"

Wouldn't that be.......... ...........masturbation?

Bedford PA
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We both play alone, him m/m and me f/f. I know he likes when we play together but I respect he likes his alone time with another guy and so long as he plays safe and I know about it then I have no problem. I'm equally upfront with him when I have a "date" with another woman and that created the trust we needed to play apart. I'm sure there are things he feels more comfortable doing one on one with someone than in a group situation and I'm Ok with that.

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I like the idea of sharing stories after the fact it would be a good way to share the experience. I was kind of thinking there should be another thread "gay , straight, or bi, your thoughts and comments"

Las Vegas NV
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Actions aren't bi or gay, people are. If you are bi, you're bi in a twosome, threesome, or foursome. And if you're gay, likewise. What you do is not bi or gay. It is what you do. Bi or gay is what you are. Sucking a cock is not bi, gay, or hetero. All three sexualities engage in it.

Those who worry about whether an act is gay or not are worried about their own sexual identity, and not really about the act.

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I would suggest that basically Everyone has the "ability" to enjoy both genders sexually but relatively few choose to do so or few admit to doing so. After that we get into the age old argument about what's gay and what is bi and what is str8. But we all know where those opinions always go in a thread and I say let's not go there and instead give our input to the lady who started this thread and her question about of how to deal with feeling left out when hubby plays w/o her. To which I reply ....find a way to be involved somehow even if it's listening to the stories after the fact (;)

Sacramento CA
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Pretty Simple..."Bi" is the ability to enjoy both genders sexually. Doesn't matter if your alone or with a group.

Port Saint Lucie FL
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I & R, I don't disagree with the general application of Bi being ones "status" as you put it. I'm voicing my opinion that if during a given "play session" there isn't both sexes participating in some manner or form it isn't "Bi" play. One's "status" remains ones status. At any rate I support peoples enjoyment and let the "labels" fall where they may. I took the lady's question to mean she was feeling some concern about her hubby playing solo and what that meant. Maybe I mis-read her concern?

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Not so fast...bi play rolling solo in a situation or in a group of more that two is of the same essence of playing altogether. Meaning meant, that bi play does not preclude to whether or not a member of the opposite sex is involved or just watching from the sidelines...it's referring to ones sexual status. That's all.

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I'm sure my opinion will not be well received but IMHO it's only Bi play if there are both sexes playing/watching in a 3some or moresome. If it's 2 of the same sex only it's not bi play

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The left out part is the hard part, she has told me several times why don't you and john play together, but I don not see me saying I am going out to fuck john see you in a few hours. its no problem if she is busy doing something, then she is fine with me having something to do :)-

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