What It’s Really Like to Have a Threesome

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Women's Health may earn commission from the links on this page, but we only feature products we believe in. Why trust us? How to Have a Threesome—From Start to Finish A user's manual for tri virgins May 14, photo via Shutterstock For many of us, threesomes are the kind of sexploits that only happen in the movies. With a little forethought and planning, you can make a three-way tryst a very sexy reality. Here's how. Sex and relationship expert Emily Morse recommends finding a single person in your larger friend group who you're not too close with but who would be open to a threesome. With a stranger, there's no long-term attachment, but you do run a bigger risk of not being attracted to the person, and there are the obvious potential safety hazards, like STDs. If you're a single woman, Morse suggests dating sites, like Plenty of Fishwhere couples may be looking for a third. The same goes for CraigsList—although she warns that you might find lots of weirdos, so you'll want to FaceTime or, better yet, meet them in a public place in person first.

Activate Slideshow I'm not going to act as if like threesomes are a new affair. Group sex has been around designed for thousands of years — even so as to famous Sex and The City affair about triads aired wait for it 19 years ago. At this advantage, threesomes are so commonplace they've constant been depicted on HBO's The Adolescent Pope: a show about a pope, guys. And that's not a abysmal thing at all. The truth is, threesomes can be amazing. They be able to jumpstart your arousal and help you learn about your sexuality.