Hello, Kitty: I'm gay and my boyfriend wants to add another man into our sex play. While I'm not totally against the idea of a threesome, I can't help but feel he's suggesting it because I'm not enough for him. We've been a couple for six years, living together for five, and I admit things have cooled down a bit in the bedroom in the past year or so. But I thought it was mutual and temporary! Now, while the idea of a new sexual adventure is intriguing, I'm worried about what it means. He's never mentioned I'm not satisfying him, so should I assume it's just the horndog in him that wants another guy in our bed?
Joe Blow Mo
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