My Sex Life and My Apron Strings  

rm_PrisicaK 47F
754 posts
8/10/2016 8:54 am
My Sex Life and My Apron Strings

I try to have a vivacious sex life, but I have a little one at home and I try to keep things as normal as possible. That being said, I'm guilty of asking my to run meaningless errands while I sneak my friends in and out the house. I dove in headlong last year by actually having a live in boyfriend. I managed feet scuttling by my locked bedroom door and eyes pressed near the crack. As puberty settles in I wonder if there isn't a better way to manage bedroom activities. I know some believe I'm not at all entitled to bedroom activities. I work hard for the house and bed and provisions of food, clothing, and entertainment. Why should my sex life be relegated to back seats, my bathroom sink or my closet. What is the politically correct conversation I need to have with my about staying away from my bedroom door at certain hours.

HeartracerX 43M
224 posts
8/11/2016 12:10 am

Finally a blog with real issues!

I don't have children so I can't relate but I remember catching my parents in the act as a child and it was weird.

Depending on the age of your kid I would have a discussion and explain the need for companionship and why privacy is important. If they're entering puberty why not use the opportunity to educate them on the birds and the bees. If they're masturbating ask them how he would feel if you walked in on them.

Mom needs some time to relax, release and destress. So between X hours you are in your room minding your own business.

People may object to you entertaining when your kid is at home. Depending on the proximity to his room you might need some out of the box solutions so I would suggest the following:

Sign them up for an activity that allows you to get it in.
Let them go to a sleep over or make a playdate with a friend.
Leave them with family for a few hours.

I know plenty of women with kids and their biggest concern is protecting them from strangers. They don't want their kids to see that mommy has a lot of boyfriends and want to make sure that the guy is going to be around for a bit.

Beyond that you might have to build a sex room in your house. Sound proof the walls, add a couple of swings and restraints and have some fun under lock and key.

- X

rm_PrisicaK replies on 8/11/2016 10:46 am:
Thanks for your response. I have no family in town and I work so sleep overs once a month means sex once a month. Sex being so hard to coordinate means never basically

1tongue4yall 62M
2203 posts
8/11/2016 5:36 am

sex is a part of life and it sounds as if your little one is starting to become interested in the funner parts of life. there is nothing wrong with having a sex life. people try to "shelter" there kids from a very important part of life for when they are older. they should be more open and teach their children that sex is not something to be ashamed of but something to enjoy, to share with the right one(s). that is one of the big things that puts us behind other cultures. we try to hide something so beautiful that the ones we are hiding it from then think it is something dirty, something wrong.
enjoy your sex life and let your little one learn the way she will naturally.

rm_PrisicaK replies on 8/11/2016 10:44 am:
Thank you for that. I thought foe a while it was good to keep the appearance on an asexual being with my son, but considering that there are homosexual relationships on tv and at school and transgenderism I healthy dose of heterosexual can't be bad. These days they market alternatives like options

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