Dan Savage Discusses the Weirdest of the Weird

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Be warned: It involves the state of Kentucky and a horse.

(thank you Milk and Cookies, for finding this first.)

And now, here's an excerpt from this week's Savage Love:
I'm a 67-year-old woman, almost 68, who has been married four times--once widowed (with three kids in their 40s who've turned out pretty well), divorced three times. I recently met someone online: 48, a wealthy, educated man with two boys, 12 and 14. He lives the cuckoldt lifestyle and is looking for a woman to marry who would participate and enjoy this with him. He says he "craves and needs" this lifestyle, and from what he's said so far, the boys have been trained from an early age to also live this lifestyle and would require that the woman he marries include them in all ways.

I've done some research and think I could be quite happy being a dominant. However, my concern is that he wants me to be sexual with the boys. He says that at home they practice familial nudity. He also wants me to take each one to a hotel on their respective birthdays (he doesn't say at what age) and take their virginities. He has also suggested that, once we are living together, if I wake up horny I should go to one of the boys' rooms and "grind my cunt into his face and fuck the boy." I think this is excessive and could traumatize the boys. I don't know if this type of extreme behavior is just fantasy for him or if he is serious.

If I like this man after meeting him, I would consider this lifestyle, but with boundaries where the boys are concerned. As the dominant, what I say goes, no questions asked (he has agreed to this in a recent IM), but I think we need to find a balance.

I'm interested in your thoughts on all of this. Thank you.

--New To Cuckholdting
Read Savage's response by clicking here.

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