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I Want a Threesome With Two Sisters 

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Dear Reverend, 

I'm 34 years old and legally divorced. I felt very lonely until I found a distant relative's daughter-in-law, who is married with two kids. I pushed her for sex after she initially denied me, as she is a devoted mother and wife. She eventually broke the shackles, and we started having raw sex. She introduced me to her divorced younger sister, who is also sexually exciting to me. I fathered one child for my relative and two for her sister. Only we three know that I'm having sex with them. I want threesome sex, but both sisters are shy and don't want to have sex with me in front of each other. Please tell me how I can convince them to have a threesome.

Double Dipper (male, 34)

Dear Double Dipper,

As long as everyone is a consenting adult and nobody is getting hurt, I'm all for whatever floats your boat. But are you out of your damn mind? This situation sounds like a recipe for disaster. 

I find it hard to believe that the three of you are the only ones who know what's going on. Who do people think is the father of those children? I certainly hope you are doing your part to help raise these kids — financially and otherwise. But I digress.

Let me ask you a question. Do you have siblings? Would you want to have a threesome with one of them involved? You seem like you'd score pretty high on the Freaky Deaky scale, so maybe you'd be OK with it. If so, that's definitely the exception to the rule. Most people don't want to imagine their relatives having sex, let alone take part in the act. Even the thought of having a threesome with you probably crosses the incest boundary for the sisters, so it's more than them just being "shy" about it. 

Trying to "push" or "convince" anyone to do something sexual is never a good idea. If you want to gently propose the idea one more time, knock yourself out. But if they say no, you need to let it go. Continuing to hound them to fulfill your fantasy could ruin your blissful Bermuda Sex Triangle.

Good luck and God bless,

The Reverend

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