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Orgy or Menage


In honor of the upcoming Threefold anthology which includes my menage, Party of Three, I thought I'd post a little bit about orgy and menage...and the difference.
Recently on one of my loops there was a discussion about what makes a menage and what makes an orgy. Is it just the number of people? Is it the relationship? Is it both? I decided to check out the difference myself, and I want to thank all the peole—who shall definitely be namesless—who contributed to my information, if not, necessarily my experience! So here we go.
An orgy in ancient times was a secet, nighttime ritual in an ancient Greek religion, connected wuith Dionysus and Baccanalia. There are two sorts of orgies, the kind where couples gather to couple with other couples, and free-for-alls. Either kind works, depending on who’s involved and particular sexual preferences. The only rule is it must include both sexes. So, if you plan to have an orgy, guest list is key.
An orgy is like any party, except with ample fresh towels, lubricants, and nowadays bowls of condoms every six square feet. The liquor should flow freely, the food should not be especially gas-producing (save the Three Bean Salad for the church picnic), and the music should be cosmopolitan, exotic, and daring. Set a mood with music and lighting, something that encourages people to shed their everyday skins.
Expect at least one awkward scene at your orgy-the wife/husband who got talked into it and then changed his/her mind. The man/woman who dives in from the platform of excitement, then can’t control his/her embarrassment. Set aside space for these people to recover, opportunities for them to leave gracefully, whatever will work to keep the orgy flowing.
But the basic thing to remember is that in an orgy, which can be any number from three on up, the people are not emotionally involved. The exception is people who participate as couples and are involved with each other but not anyone else. The sex is purely physical and people are not there looking for wedding veils. They want off-the-wall sex with multiple partners, usually at the same time.
Ménage à trois is the French term describing a relationship or domestic arrangement in which three people share a sexual relationship. It literally translates as "household of three." Simply put, it’s a romantic relationship in which three people, maybe a married couple and a lover, live together and have sexual relations always involving all three of them. This can expand to include four or even five people. But there’s one big difference between a menage and an orgy-ROMANCE!
There is an emotional link between the members of the menage on which the relationshipmis founded. This link is not necessary for an orgy, nor does it exist.
So what do you think—orgy or ménage? What floats your boat? Which one do you like to read about? Leave me a comment, And come visit me at http://www.desireeheolt.com/ and http://www.desireeholttellsall.com/

9 comments:

Darah Lace said...

Great information, Desiree! Thanks for sharing!

Christine H said...

Well I say all power to the menage!! I'm all for meanfully hot sweaty sex! Orgies just aren't for me. But what ever floats someone else's boat is fine by me. :)

That was a really interesing article! thanks for sharing!

Hugs, Christine

Anonymous said...

Very interesting!!

But I'd rather have the menage...especially if it's me with two men...wink!!!

Valerie
in Germany

Artemis said...

Great information. When reading, I prefer the menage, the romance. For myself, I would like the orgy. Don't think I could balance that much romance and possessiveness from two men all of the time. LOL!

Lisabet Sarai said...

Hi, Desiree,

Excellent post! However, I'd disagree with one point. Although it may not fit in with the classical Greek definition, these days gay orgies also exist.

I've actually participated in both orgies and menages (in both cases in company of my husband). I found the orgies interesting mostly as fantasy material afterwards, in talking with my spouse. Purely physical arousal doesn't do all that much for me (except for the fact that I have an exhibitionist streak--so knowing that people are watching me _is_ a turn-on).

Menage feels completely different, satisfying and joyful in a way that no orgy I've seen can ever be. In both cases, the third member of the trio was a close friend, and the level of comfort was incredible--as was the level of pleasure!

Warmly,
Lisabet

Anonymous said...

How interesting!I had assumed menage meant the same as 'threesome'. In fact it means 'household'. How funny that common usage and abbreviations result in a word meaning something completely different in another language. Kind of like 'entree', I guess.

Dalton Diaz said...

Wow, you really hit the nail on the post with this one! I also prefer to write and read menage because of the emotional aspect, whether it's between everyone involved, or the couple letting in a third.

LOL! Lisabet put that quite well, too!

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