I'm sure that's the situation with some. In our marriage, my wife and I had begun to find the sex stale after being married for a while. I began encouraging her to date other men, but she was reluctant and suspected it was a trick to have her allow me sex with another woman. That wasn't my intention, and she ultimately came to realize that. She was then 28 (now 36) when she and a coworker had an affair. Knowing I approved, she first hooked up with him without telling me. Since then, she has had several boyfriends and one-nighters with others. For the reason she doesn't want me to have sex with other women, I either stay at home whenever she is away for a night or sleep in our guest room when one of her guys is fucking her in our marital bed.Tommy wrote: ↑Sat Jan 29, 2022 9:21 amI was wondering how often a relationship opens to other partners because of sexual incompatibility. I don't mean too much or not enough. I mean an actual difference in tastes and interests. For example, one of you prefers a position that the other hates. Maybe one of you likes it in the morning, the other at night. Or perhaps one of you is into a kink that the other just doesn't get.
So you've agreed that the best solution is simply to see other partners with common likes. In addition to providing a degree of satisfaction, this can also reduce the tension from unfulfilled desires at home.
The reasons are different for each couple, and I can understand sexual incompatibility being one of the motivations for a wife to seek others for sexual satisfaction.