If she gets pregnant, no paternity test will be able to tell who is the father! Fresh on February 10, at You're applying it to things that are rather common and normal. It might entice more people to click, and that is because people know that fetishes are extreme and think they are shameful. DawsonNeighborhood on February 10, at The twin thing is a "fantasy," not a fetish.
BiDanFan on February 10, at I've never had a boring threesome! BiDanFan on February 10, at 1: If not, walk away. Um, no, there's something very different about a work superior hitting on you and someone hitting on you at a college "booze and cooze" party. One involves a violation of power and authority, and one involves a place where sexual overtures are appropriate.
Re-reading Fichu's comment, I have to agree with TS. If the brothers agree that they have "everything to lose," they can say no. There will be no career, nor, I'm betting, social repercussions if they decline.
This woman isn't trying to "flatten"? Is she more likely to get a yes because she's hot, sure. But aside from making everyone walk around with bags over their heads, I don't think there's a solution to that. These young men are not powerless. As Iseult 17 says, there are more hot girls in the sea. BiDanFan on February 11, at 2: Thank you for the correction.
Let me try to make my point in a different way. If I like someone and ask him out, and if he doesn't want to go out with me and says no, there was no harm in my asking. If I'd like to engage in a particular sex act, maybe I'd like him to dress up in women's lingerie, and if that's something he finds particularly unappealing, he says no, and there was no harm in my asking.
If the question is asked in the context of a long term relationship, it can be asked in trade sort of way. You do this for me, and I'll do something you want in return.
The offer may be turned down, but there was no harm in asking. My point is that sometimes the ask can be so outrageously unbalanced that proposing it egregious in itself.
Hot has suggested that ANT engage in incest, something that left him with confusion and disgust, something that turns the rest of us off in far more than the usual I'm-not-into-that sort of way, and in return, they get to have sex with someone with a great body.
Further, any time anyone is treated in a way that makes it clear they're interchangeable with someone else, there's an implied insult. Granted we all do it to a certain extent sometimes, but identical twins get it more often than others and have reason to be particularly sensitive to it. Fichu on February 11, at 3: As usual, Mr Savage is wrong in his concluding sentence.
Ms Smoking Hot presumably didn't know before asking that ANT's attitude toward a potential twincest threesome was "confusion and disgust.
Ms Hot was probably flirting with ANT and realised the attraction was mutual another difference between this situation and your example. Her inhibitions were lowered, and I don't see that her request was phrased in such a way as to intentionally insult the ANT brothers.
By your logic, wouldn't any request for a threesome be "insulting"? I also think you're going out on a limb by assuming the ANT brothers would feel insulted; ANT does not imply such a thing. In other words, I still don't see the harm in this particular ask. You wouldn't believe the flak I took by once suggesting I didn't see how a threesome would be much fun if you were straight. And yet, we now have evidence that more than half of straight people find them boring.
BiDanFan on February 11, at 7: