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She Can Be Kinky—and Wife Material, Too

She Can Be Kinky—and Wife Material, Too

“If you’re going to write about being a unicorn, be prepared for unicorn questions,” he said to me. This is how a first date once justified asking, in the midst of our first kiss, if I “have any friends.” To those of you who think he was asking about my squad, you’re wrong. Because of my profession—that is, a Playboy sex columnist—I’ve come to recognize such carefully phrased questions as innuendo. What this guy really meant was, “I want to have a threesome with you.” I tried to laugh it off. I’m Irish. Uncomfortable laughter is how I deal with pain. “You and I haven’t even fucked yet…and you already want someone else to join us?” I replied. My feelings were hurt but at the time, hormones dwarfed disappointment. It’s a male stereotype, but women too can be blinded by a desire for sexual gratification. I ended up sleeping with that guy that night. While the sex was incredible, his question stuck with me because of how insensitive and disrespectful it was. I tried to…

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