abfab wrote:OP it is all fun and games until someone loses an eye. I have seen similar arrangements turn sour and the consequences for both parties - and more importantly, the children involved - are very painful.
Also, have you thought through the ramifications of blogging about this? You are only one Daily Mail article away from notoriety, and you may not find it as easy as you hope to retain your anonymity, as the lady who wrote the Belle de Jour blog found to her cost. Is it worth risking the consequences of that for you, your marriage and your children?
Plus ,Elodie you are mid 30s and already bored with your marriage! so bored that you need to have sex with other people to "spicy things up"! Gosh...what are you going to do when you are in your 50s? Have you ever thought that maybe you married the wrong person ?
I am not interested in other people sex lives and I will not read your blog again but just a bit of feedback...you come across as a snob and out of touch when you say or write things like "they are people who succeed at life – whether that be business, health, fitness or all of the above" and
"My husband and I tend to choose one of the more exclusive and expensive parties, because it gives you the reassurance it isn’t going to be full of chavs or unattractive people. In my personal opinion, if I’m going to have sex with someone I want there to be something of a connection, and I find it easiest to connect with people who are like me….who live in a similar world. "