Love and Lust

The “L” Word
If you’re still with me, thank you. I know it’s not a word you expect to find on a porn blog, but bear with me. A lot of the sexpigs who frequent TIM decry relationships as something unnecessary, something that cramps their style.I think that if they haven’t given it a shot, they may be missing out.


I’ve probably gotten your attention back. Why is it so easy to shrug off the concept of love and lust intertwining?
I’ve been with my husband now a total of 10 years, 4 as a married couple. And our sexlife rocks, to be quite honest. We explore fetishes together, we come up with kinky ideas and we talk about our fantasies and go about achieving them. We do all of that with the aid of… drumroll… porn!
He’s my best friend, my lover, and I still lust after him, just like I do many, many other guys. And there are couples throughout the porn industry who feel the same.


Just because you love someone doesn’t mean you have to be exclusive. It’s a touchy area, yes, but many couples are becoming more accepting of the concept of polyamory and just plain getting off with other people. It’s weird: Love is something that binds you and can free you at the same time. But the binding of love is more ethereal than anything. The sex I have with my husband is much more intense than any hookup I’ve had, because there is that connection between us that keeps us devoted to each other.

What I’m saying is, don’t discount the possibility that you can find “the one” and not have him be “the only.” 
Try it, you might like it. 
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