You may be expecting – or hoping, at any rate – for this blog to be about sex. Hot, steamy, sheet-grabbing, lip-biting sex. If that is all you are looking for here, then my diary will sorely disappoint you. Don’t get me wrong; being a hot-wife is definitely about sex, but it’s also about a great deal more.
I created this blog as a way of sharing the emotional and psychological journey of a cuckold relationship; which is only one form of many within the realm of ethical non-monogamy. I imagine that many people may take issue with that term. How on earth can a person who has exchanged marriage vows and who views the institution of marriage as sacred, have sex with others and call themselves ethically non-monogamous?
I don’t have an easy answer for that. Not for myself, and certainly not for other women who pursue this relationship dynamic. And no two of us are alike. Some women, like me, require a strong intellectual and emotional attachment to the other men in our lives. Others find their fulfillment in less complex arrangements.
Ethical non-monogamy is not easy. The search alone for compatible partners can take a long time – and that is assuming you have a clear understanding of what you are looking for. And if maintaining one long-term, committed relationship takes work (which it does), maintaining multiples is practically a full-time job.
Ethical non-monogamy takes honesty, transparency, and a great deal of communication. It takes patience, sensitivity, and balance. Add the cuckold dynamic, and the need to balance loving-kindness with sadism, and support and encouragement with humiliation, further necessitates a thoughtful approach. Add forced feminization on top of cuckold…you get the idea. People get hurt in monogamous, vanilla relationships all the time. The potential for unintended emotional injury among multiple people is exponential.
So, in the beginning, you have to have a reasonable understanding of what you are getting into. Physically. Emotionally. Spiritually.
Welcome to my journey. Are you ready to dive in?