*by Glaminati (Kinda what I had in my mind 😉 )
I am sharing something each day (not always every day in a row) covering the alphabet until I reach Z! Here we are at day 21! I am sharing topics having to do with sex, BDSM and/or kink. These topics are of things I am curious to learn about, love to know more about or just love to share.
If you have anything to add or have something else in that alphabet letter to share, please do so in the comments below.
Today’s sexy letter of the alphabet is:
U: Unicorn :
–A common swinging term used in the community to refer to a single female interested in meeting other couples. Described as such due to the rarity of finding said females. By no means derogatory but quite the opposite, a rare treat. (Urban Dictionary)
–A unicorn in polyamory or swinging lifestyles is usually a bisexual single female who is willing to have sex or enter a relationship with an established couple. Although unicorns are usually female, this term can apply to persons of other genders. Because this type of person is hard to find, they are akin to the rare, mythical unicorn. (Kinkly)
I, like many young girls growing up, loved unicorns. Brought up to believe, as it says above, that they were rare, mythical creatures.
So, imagine my surprise when I found out recently that this was a name given to those that are a third sex partner for couples! I giggled at first just imagining that person putting a horn on their head and meeting the couple of choice for their fun! 😉 (Yes, that is my silly imaginative mind working there! Ha!)
I can see this scenario most likely working best for the third person being a sex worker rather than a single person looking for this. But, I have seen that there are the actual rare people that enjoy this lifestyle. At least for a while. It has to be a complicated thing if one or both of the people, as the couple, want more.
It’s a very interesting lifestyle and makes me wonder how long a person enjoys being that Unicorn for others. Do they get tired of it and want more? Do you know? Have any input?
Join me next time when I share the letter V!