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About khichihouvan

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  1. the link doesn't work for me. not functional anymore?
  2. I haven't read all the other replies so maybe this has been said already, my apologies if it has. I would just take a chance and go with it. I say that because as a married bi curious woman, I find it pretty much impossible to find someone like you described here. So I am rooting for you! As for the fear of losing her as a friend, I would question how are you going to survive this friendship anyway if you are in love with her? : ( Good luck and keep us posted.
  3. Yeah we have had many intense conversations over the years now but they all end up in the same way. Even though he respects and acknowledges my needs, it is very hard for him to give me an all access pass.
  4. That’s so interesting! Where would I find more info on that? Thanks!
  5. Hi Ali, the part about him being your best friend and fulfilling all your hetro needs but you still wanting something more that he can’t give you, sounds like something I wrote not too long ago!! My husband has known about my being bicurious for some time now but just last year I brought it up again in a way that conveyed to him that I was serious and that I still think about it. His response left me even more stressed and frustrated! He said he wouldn’t be able to handle it but knows that I’m my own person so I should be able to do whatever I want to do. Therefore, if I found a woman that I was attracted to, I’d have to keep it to myself and not share with him. So in a way I have his blessing but I’d have to lie to enjoy this new experience. Needless to say, I still haven’t been with a woman. Partly because I haven’t found anyone and partly because of his half ass openness to it Not sure if my sharing helps you but as you can see, there are so many of us out here with such similar situations!
  6. West Coast here. : )
  7. @myladylove i am so sorry for your loss, I had no idea. i am grieving a very personal loss myself, different from yours but can empathize and understand when you say the pain stays with you for a long time. i hope you find your partner when the time and place is right. Seems like you're in no rush and you'll embrace it when it happens.
  8. Just turned 41. Been told I look in my 30s ....which is kinda vague. Could be 31 or 39...which one is it damnit?!!
  9. Gendered monogamy!, I had never heard of it before and I LOVE it!, widh you all the best Noobs!
  10. Yup! You get it alright. I just don't know how much of a risk I'll be taking if I do in fact, end up telling him. He isn't against it, he's just scared (and rightfully so!). I'm open to going for it! good luck to you.
  11. Thanks for sharing your experience. I suspect in my case, it'll be more than resentment. He may not want to stay in relationship with me at all as he cant see himself sharing me with someone else. going back to you, do you think you will seek another girlfriend in the future?
  12. I can't imagine being in that position. Having a gf and partner knowing but not entirely approving. How do you navigate that? Of course I hope he comes around and you guys come to some kind of an understanding.
  13. @ChemFem that’s super impressive! Were there any ladies hitting on you? I mean how do women at gay bars approach each other? From what I remember from my clubbing days (there weren’t many!), men were quite aggressive and quite slimy.
  14. Agreed Kairi. However, I have read numerous posts on here about women having their cake and eating it too. Partners are aware and accepting, women are spending time with their girlfriends. I can’t help but wonder and wish for such possibilities.
  15. Yah I can see that. Wish there was some way to vet folks but internet trolls are getting so sophisticated.