My partner and I began having sexual encounters together with other men. Now he’s not interested in having sex with just me. What should I do?

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Q:

About three months ago, my partner and I began to include other men in our sexual encounters. The agreement was that we would both be involved. Now, it’s like his sexual appetite has changed. He no longer wants to have sex with just me. He has another partner, too. Other than this issue with sex, our relationship is strong. What should I do?

A:

A lot of relationships bring in other people to experience a three-way. Sometimes that's what sex morphs into: a non-stop fucking three-way. Then, people wonder why it happens. Here’s an analogy for you:

If you serve hamburgers and suddenly bring in filet mignon, the person you’re serving will decide that they want filet mignon all of the time. Instead of bringing in the filet mignon, learn how to marinade and make your hamburgers in a different way. More often than not, three-ways simply don’t work and become a recipe of relationship disaster.

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