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The Power of Three

By Thomas Clark

A threesome, Or colloquially referred to as the “Menage A Trois” . As I read around, the French phrase was once used to describe “a domestic arrangement in which three people having sexual relations occupy the same household – the phrase literally translates as “household of three”. But as the world and time moved forward this phrase evolved to what we now know as a three people having sexual relations minus occupying the same household.

In a threesome the participants hold the same desire to be with each other. At the same time the roles can vary in different sexual titles, but most common are two tops (the guys who give) and one bottom (the guy who receives). Other variations are two bottoms and one top or the infamous compatibility, one bottom, one versatile (the guy who plays both positions) and one top.

Is the act of the Menage A trois becoming less of a taboo, and if it is, is it a must now to have the experience under your belt?

I sat and pondered the answer, while I was at work on break, this act once deemed as taboo is now looked at as an acceptable sexual occurrence in the community. An act for only the daring, bold and adventurous looking for a more enticing sexual experience. Described as sensational and outrageously fulfilling. Leaving you in a puddle of pure ecstasy and leaving taboo thrown out the window.

It was recommended, that if not yet experienced, it should be on your list of things to do. Well if your in a committed relationship this sexual act should not be on your agenda, which is a totally different topic. Jus remember just like “drink responsibly” is a slogan for all alcoholic beverages, having “responsible intercourse” or “play safe” should be a slogan(s) to live by when venturing into new fields of sexual experience. Why not have a healthy sexual fulfilling lifestyle? You don’t want to be the one at the table of your closest friends with nothing to add to the conversation.

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