I thought he would be really turned on by all of this, but he was indifferent. While E. Just follow the same rules you would for any other great sex: good communication, mutual respect, and regular checking in to make sure you're all still having an awesome time. I tried to introduce some of it slowly. This option does throw up some ethical questions, such as how much do you tell the third party about what's happening? We got married in
If she regularly cooks, cook one night and let her relax and read a book. She quickly stripped and started to pull on the catsuit once on it felt amazing almost like being hugged all over. He demanded to know where she was and what she was doing. Your partner may need some time and privacy to process the new information. If you need help or want to talk to people with the same fetish, I would suggest finding an online community centered on that fetish.
Be willing to try things for your partner—you might be really surprised by what you end up loving. Talk about what you want, or don't talk about what you want. So it's not like you come [pre-packaged with set kinks], at least that's been our experience. Acknowledge that your fetish, no matter how common in the scene, is a bit weird. My trawl of Craigslist found a number of ads that specified wannabe cuckolds looking for 'BBC' - a racist term popularised by porn, meaning 'big black cock. Even though it wasn't kinky, we had the feedback loop. I think the question that a lot of people would wonder is, why stay together?