Asexual but want a threesome

I am Asexual and in a happy long term relationship with my fiancé of 4 years (who is Bisexual) but ever since we have met one of our new managers at work (we both work the same place) my fiancé has been making sexually suggestive jokes about him for a laugh and he's even managed to tell him one to his face though wasn't not around to see his reaction. He went to get the van at the time we are allowed to get it on site to pack and leave work when the manager said "it's 3'o'clock" remarking he was a little too early collecting his van, my fiancé said "yes it's 3'o'clock, time for you to suck my c**k" haha. At first I/we didn't pay any mind to this manager but he has grown on us since he's helped us get settled into our work, he is quite charming, I can sense that my fiancé really likes him and even though my fiancé said himself the other day that he couldn't be polyamorous I can tell he has the hots for him and so do I. To be fair the Russian accent helps...

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  • Hmm, well you can either 1. Confront him about it, ask him point blank if you weren't together would you ask him out? and see where things go from there or 2. Ignore the feelings just incase bad s*** happens and instead just be good friends, can never have enough of those. You've got to think that if a threesome did happen, are things going to be peachy afterward or is it going to hit the fan? So me personally, I wouldn't go there.

  • Sooo are you in even asexual then? doesn't sound like it to me

  • That's what I was thinking. Asexual means you don't like either s**. Sounds to me like they have no idea what Asexual means.

  • It means "I'm special and edgy and even though I insist that you refer to me this way IT'S UP TO *ME* TO DECIDE WHAT IT ACTUALLY MEANS and don't you *dare* assume anything ever but be super duper respectful to me at ALL times, the way I want you to!!"

    That's the short version, anyway. I think. Lol

  • Asexuals can have desires too you know, and have a s** drive, some do have s** some don't.

  • Not every fvcking impulse-- or lack thereof-- needs its own label. Why do people need to make this such a thing?

  • No, the very definition of Asexual means to have no desire for s**. You are not Asexual if you have desire.

  • The far right and the far left have many things in common. One of them is arbitrarily redefining words to suit their own narratives.

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