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The Sun offers advice to reader who thinks he is gay after threesome

Gabby Jeffries November 29, 2014

The Sun’s agony aunt has published a letter from a man who thinks he’s gay, after having a threesome with his wife and a male escort.

A 36-year-old man wrote in to the tabloid: “Dear Deidre. I had a threesome with my wife and another man. I only agreed for her sake but I got so turned on I now wonder if I’m gay.

“We fixed up a date when our sons were away and my wife hired a man from an escort site. I didn’t know what to expect but he seemed like a good bloke — a bit younger than us, in his late twenties.

“A few drinks later, we got down to business. My wife was soon squealing with passion and to my amazement I found myself really aroused.

“He had amazing staying power and — I can’t believe I’m saying this — a fabulous body. It was out of this world.”

“I’ve tried using this to make love to my wife but I lose my erection as soon as she touches me. She’s really not happy with that. I only get turned on looking at gay porn.”

The columnist replied: “Lots of people are attracted to both [men and women] in varying degrees and many feel drawn to someone of their own sex at some point. It seems that’s what’s happened to you.

“That threesome gave you the thrill of the unfamiliar and that in itself could have sparked off arousal in you. It keyed into a part of your sexuality that you hadn’t picked up on before.

“Sexual attraction is powerful stuff but it doesn’t mean you are gay, or spell the end of your marriage.

“Stay in control and decide what’s important to you.”

 

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