From: sillyjilly on Feb 13 15, 17:46
I was terrified when Amy introduced me to her lover. Amy was nervous about me meeting her but she really wanted to meet me. Her name was Mary and she was beautiful and thinner and taller than me. Mary had an angry look in her eyes but she was just sizing me up.
We all agreed that Amy would spend every other weekend with Mary. Sometimes I would stay at Mary's with Amy, but it was Amy and Mary's time together so I slept alone on the couch. One cold winter night, Mary and Amy came out and asked if I wanted to sleep with them and we all crawled into bed. It was one night I will never forget! We played, talked, kissed, cuddled and made love into the evening and then again when we woke up in the morning. We all agreed that no one would get jealous of anyone else and if there was ever a problem, we should talk about it immediately. When Mary felt that she had been left out of a dinner date, Amy and I took her out for dinner and drinks and dancing. When we got home, we attacked her and made passionate love to her again and again. Then we said, "That's what happens when you tell us you feel like you were left out." Now we all want to feel left out but we don't really feel like one loves any one more than the other.
When Amy and I had an argument, Mary took me for a drive and understood my anger and frustration like no one else could. Friends thought we were crazy but May's presence in our apartment confirmed that the impossible had happened. I enjoyed it when people would ask about our relationship and how it works. I would tell them that love conquers all and that Mary is the one who makes everything jell.
We enjoyed flexible social lives, however, once we made the commitment to being a loving threesome, like it or not we had ties that bind. We were not a permanent unit and I silently feared that someone would leave. I desperately love Amy and Mary and I'm glad that I got to spend part of my life loving both of them.
But this is real life. It is not a fairy tale about young women who fall in love with their girlfriend and then fall in love with her girlfriend. Mary met someone else and she did leave us. Having loved Mary the way we did has brought Amy and I closer together and has made us better lovers and companions. And Mary, if you perchance read this, Amy and I will welcome you back with open arms!