— My Extra-Arousing Nastiness
We watch imaginary people being harmed — much more grievously — in movies and on television and read about imaginary people being harmed in novels. Think of poor Barb in Stranger Things or poor Theon Greyjoy in Game of Thrones or poor Christian in Fifty Shades of Grey. If it's okay for the Duffer brothers and HBO and E.L. James to do horrible things to these imaginary people to entertain us, MEAN, it's okay for you and your boyfriend (if he's game) to do much less horrible things to an imaginary third person to entertain yourselves.
But why limit this to fantasy? Why not fuck your fiancé's brains out after flirting with and subsequently humiliating a living, breathing, willing third?
But first, MEAN, give some thought to what exactly turns you on about this and then discuss it with your fiancé. It turns you on to see your partner through another's eyes for obvious reasons — when someone else wants to fuck him, you see him with fresh eyes and want to fuck him that much more. As for the power-play aspects of your fantasy, does your turn-on evaporate if your victim is a willing participant? And how do you feel about threesomes? Threesomes don't have to involve intercourse, of course. Bringing someone else in — someone who gets off on the idea of being humiliated — counts as a threesome, even if all your third "gets" to do is be ditched in a bar. You could even work up to letting your willing third watch and/or listen while your fiancé gets to do what he will never get to do — fuck your amazing brains out — which would allow for the humiliation games to continue all night long.
Once G is on board, MEAN, you can start with a little role-playing about this scenario. Then, once you've established that this is as exciting for G as it is for you, advertise for your willing third. As long as your third consents to the play and gets off on it, you aren't poisoning the well or doing harm.
Not into threesomes of any sort? A little casual flirtation with someone else before your fiancé rolls into a bar is permissible — but you'll have to let the other person know right away that you have a fiancé and that this flirtation isn't going anywhere, and then you can't go too crazy with the PDA once your fiancé arrives.
My husband is more sexually adventurous than I am, but I try to keep up. At his request, we have gone to a few sex clubs to have "public sex." He promised that it would be a one-time thing but insisted we keep going back. He told me that if I ever got uncomfortable, we didn't have to go back. I told him I did not want to go to any more sex clubs, and he found a loophole: sex booths at porn shops. If I have to do sex in public, booths are best because they aren't very popular and there is some privacy. This wasn't good enough for him. He wants an audience, he wants to see me with others, etc. I hate this. I hate how it makes me feel. He is constantly furious with me about this, he tells me I don't contribute anything to our relationship and that we don't have a true partnership. Right now, he's storming around the house in a rage about this and I am tired of it. I react to his "public requests" with nausea and panic because I know he will be enraged for a week if we don't go. I have even suggested that he go outside the marriage, but he wants me to be a part of it. Everything else in our relationship is great. We have a house, a child, and pets. I'm not sure if all that needs to be broken over this.
— Denial Enrages Selfish Partner And I'm Reeling
I'm running out of column here, DESPAIR, so I'm going to have to be blunt: Your husband is a selfish, emotionally abusive, manipulative asshole, and you should leave him. You gave his kink a try, and not only was it not for you, it makes you fucking miserable. You gave him the okay to find other sex partners to explore this with, and that wasn't good enough for him. He has responded not with the gratitude you deserve but with emotionally abusive behavior. And what's his goal? To make your life a living hell until you consent under duress? That wouldn't be consent at all. Being served with divorce papers may open his eyes. If so, perhaps your marriage can be saved. If not, go through with the divorce.