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The man—a middle-aged dad—would text me relentlessly on behalf of himself and his wife, but never to meet up in real life.
Instead, he treated me like a ’round-midnight masturbatory aid, asking if I wanted to eat his wife’s pussy or watch them “make love” to each other on camera. This foray into threesome apps felt too creepy, and made me feel a little gross about myself.
I dove into being a full-time unicorn with Feeld (formerly 3nder), an app that connects curious or kinky couples with individuals who are interested in a hook-up.
With general dating apps like Tinder or Ok Cupid, a threesome is a bonus outcome.
The first couple bailed on me 25 minutes before we were supposed to get drinks.
The second couple turned out to be just as flakey, and even worse.
But after the last relationship ran its course and I became single at 28, I wanted to make sure I racked up all the experiences I dreamed about having on my own before considering dating again.
My first foray into being a unicorn was at a sex party at Hacienda Villa, where I fucked perhaps the hottest poly couple in the room in front of a dozen or so other revelers. Connecting with one person in the sack is gold; connecting with two others simultaneously? I made it my mission to do it again and again and left the party craving that threesome high.
But I just wanted to roll around with an attractive couple for one night, tops.
I started to feel a bit like a pervert participating in this app, and my weird gut feeling rang true as I set up two dates.
I have a somewhat demanding job, a full social life, and an insatiable love of flirting with people, and a committed relationship just doesn’t fit into my schedule right now. The future’s a long way off, and I’m not sweating the trajectory of this relationship. Will I meet a man or woman who sweeps me off my feet, whom I could see a “future” with?
Will I stay technically single forever, turning into a crazy old woman who hits on pool boys till the end of my days?