I'm a little geeky, a little silly, a good dose of cerebral, quick, creative, and, I'd like to think, fun! I get along with just about anybody, but I feel most at home with people who are a little quirky like me.
I always enjoy meeting new interesting people to hang out with. I moved down here from Ohio about 7 years ago, but it's taken some time to learn my way around and make friends.
I've been married to my fabulous husband for 5 years now. We met in college up in Ohio. I didn't really come to terms with my bisexuality until we were married. Somehow it never clicked. My husband has been really supportive of me exploring this new side of me.
We are looking for a bisexual or bicurious woman who would like to date both of us. We have had a couple of relationships with women that were very rewarding but didn't work out because we just didn't match up. In the long term our dream is to find someone to love and to share our lives with. We are fine with starting off building a friendship and then seeing if there is any chemistry. Also I should say upfront that we would want it to be an exclusive triad. Dating a third person together is the extent of our openness.
So, you might be asking yourself right now, if you have such a good relationship with your husband, why are you looking to date someone else? I've really found that my bisexuality means that I love men and women but in different ways. I love the strength and comfort I find in men and the way they balance my personality. And there is something else that men have that women just can't replace (I don't care how realistic the material is)... But I think women are beautiful, and I love having that close connection with a woman. In our previous relationships I felt very balanced having both aspects in my life. It finally felt like I was able to fully express my sexuality, and it also just felt like there were more people so there was more love. I know it's not a typical relationship, but I hope we will find the right person to give us a chance.
One more note! I've been at my profession long enough that I realize there is a risk of former - let's say "associates" - being on here (just saw one today). Feel free to message me so I know I've been caught, and I'll even answer questions, but pleeeeeease don't tell anyone!