Post # 1
I have heard stories of two couples being intimate in the same room. I just don’t think it’s something that I would be overly comfortable with but who knows. Has anyone here experienced this? Is it fairly uncommon? Is it usually planned or does it just happen?
Post # 3
Not at all common in my neck of the woodd… sounds very collegy or “Jersey Shore” to me. Unless the couples are swingers, then it’s more common I suppose!
Post # 4
It came up recently in Savage Love. Apparantly, the couple had difficulty finding couples that were willing to keep their hands to themselves. Even if it was discussed beforehand, once things got underway, the second couple would be all “haaaaaay!”
Post # 5
I did it in college! But I was young and usually drunk. Usually my roommate was asleep and my boyfriend’s roomate was still awake in his room. I kinda feel bad about it now. Oh well!
Post # 6
As in planned sex in the same room or trying to secretly get busy and hoping the other couple is sleeping?
either way im a big fat no on lol
Post # 7
This is a thing I associate with college too. I never did this, but I have heard of others doing this. Mostly, it is something people do because they don’t have a bedroom of their own. Like dorms or a double bed apartment room. Bleh.
Post # 8
@Kacey23: In the swinger thread from yesterday, she said that they only swing with another couple while everyone is in the same room. Ask her.
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2008 - A tiny town just outside of Glacier National Park
It’s happened a few times with us in polyamorous situations and several in more swinger-y type situations, but there was once where it was completely platonic…
We were in a cabin at a national park with a couple who is good friends of ours. In the main cabin, we had our own rooms, but on the last night, we were moved to a smaller, one-room, two-bed cabin as the next set of family guests came in. Everyone was feeling frisky, so we agreed that it was no problem and turned on some music and got down to business in our respective ends of the room. Unfortunately, right at a decisive moment, iTunes decided to switch “The Album Leaf” to Lewis Black’s “White Album” (I guess our friend just filtered by the word “Album”) and Lewis Black started yelling about Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction and Justin Timberlake at the Superbowl. Kinda… a mood killer.
Post # 10
I would also imagine that it probably happens more in a college type setting. I can also see something like this happening after a night of heavy drinking.
Post # 11
Did this in college because we didn’t really have “bedrooms”….would def be open to it if the right opportunity came along though!!! Planned or unplanned wouldn’t matter!