First of all, it’s hard to tell if a woman is straight or bisexual. Furthermore, it’s quite rude to directly propose to a bisexual woman to join in a couple; you can’t just walk up and say “hi there, would you like to join us in a threesome?” That could land you in a lot of trouble.
So, the question remains- how do couples interested in bisexual women find them and get them to join in an encounter? Below are a few tips to follow to ensure you achieve this and remain in one piece.
Social Influence: One of the fastest places to meet new people is through the social media. Once you are sure you want to explore bisexuality, sign up on a number of professional bisexual dating sites. Here you can find other bisexual singles or couples to explore your sexuality. Couples can post an interesting topic on the largest bisexual blog /forum to get some support and help or browse bisexual dating tips from real user’s dating experience.
There are very many dating sites to find women looking for couples; they are dedicated to serving those women with a bisexual sexual orientation. Before choosing a site that one will use, they should begin by surveying different sites which are accessible. Some of these sites might be able to serve women looking for couples while others might not. This is a very important thing, just do not go to one website and select it. You need to do the right kind of research and that will make things much easier for you.
The Language of your profile: this concerns your profile on the bisexual sites or on your other social media accounts, the first thing you need to do is to get your profile language right in order to attract the right set of persons. Your profile will either attract people to you or make them move on to the next profile, For example, there’s the question of sexual preference- Are you open or polyamorous? Both mean different things; while Polyamory “is the practice of our desire for intimate relationships with more than one partner, with the knowledge of all partners. It has been described as “consensual, ethical, and responsible non-monogamy,” openness is a sexual predisposition (or a mixture of both) towards the opposite, the same, or to more than one sex or gender. Decide which applies to you, and use one of the two in your profile; not both. Beyond that, make sure the grammar and spellings in your profile are spot-on so your targeted audience understands you well. Don’t call women girls as many find it offensives, especially women with bisexual tendencies who are particular about gender and power. Similarly, use the right terminology like the word unicorn.
Feminine Power: Naturally, women feel safer with other women. It might be an issue if your profile picture, for example, shows off a man; an imposing, muscular, male figure or the first set of photos are of the male in your partnership. You need to your profile that of his and hers profiles and linked to one other; use photos of the two of you together. This will double your chances of being seen, and it will present the two of you in the most positive and open light. “Yeah, she’s real, she can vouch for this dude, and I can see her whole profile right here.” Similarly, as a bisexual woman in an open relationship, it’s important that you meet women by yourself first and then introducing your boyfriend if everyone is the idea.
Engage, instead of objectifying, your unicorn: Several couples are in the habit of making their unicorn feel like an object from the moment they approach her. While the attention can be flattering for an elusive sexual partner, it can also make her feel like a stunt vagina. While some unicorns may enjoy just being an extra body for carnal desire. Others want to feel sexually stimulated in both mind and body, regardless of the fact that it’s for one-night or on-going. The desire of a couple feels hottest for some unicorns when they get to feel the seductive and flirty vibes from both partners and the peripheral high of their excitement to be involved in the threesome with each other. It’s more of an issue where the couple is dealing with an insecurity they are either unaware of or ignoring. This usually manifests itself in a constant reinforcement from them of the unicorn’s place as an outsider in their relationship.
Mutual benefit: after meeting up with someone, start with dates in public spaces; create a safe, fun environment. Make sure she knows that’s the plan as well. Talk to each other and create a feeling of friendship and camaraderie before trying to take things to the next level. Right now, friendship seems like an afterthought in your profile, but a third will want to be sure she’s at least treated well. Make sure you’ve all had a chance to talk about your expectations for a first intimate encounter before it actually happens. This way ensures that everyone feels good. This way, you will be more likely to get what you actually want in the long run. There are a lot of possibilities here, and you might need to ease into things. You could start with her watching you two together at first or you and she could go at it first while he watches or you could both focus on her only at first; you can decide on any that works well for you three. The point is to ensure all parties are well satisfied.
Finally, you need to have it in mind that your engagement of a unicorn doesn’t make the statement that you want her permanently in the emotional sacredness of your relationship. It only acknowledges her as an active participant in your threesome. It elevates her desires to the level of importance as yours and it then makes everyone feel luscious as fuck.