I have always had a huge gay following, and it started way before I joined London escorts. During my time with one of London’s leading bisexual escorts agencies, it just increased and I ended up with a lot of gay friends. To be honest, it suited me perfectly and none of the guys had a problem with me working for London escorts at all. But, when I got married, it became a bit of a problem.
My new husband did not have a problem with me working for London escorts at all, but he did not like the fact that so many of my friends were gay. He said that he found it a bit creepy and did not even want my gay friends to hang out around our home. My London escorts friends were a different story and he did not love a bunch of glamorous girl hanging out at when he came home from work. Sadly, I had to admit that I started to see a lot of my gay friends behind his back.
In the end, it became kind of a love affair with one of my old friends from my bisexual escorts days. We had always been very close and enjoyed our time together. As he was gay, we never went to bed but we did kiss and cuddle a lot behind my husband’s back. Most of my friends at bisexual escorts knew that I loved my gay friend a lot, and did not mind when he went out with us in crowd. But, there was no way that I could bring him home. It was a bit like my husband could sense that he had been there.
Of course, I knew that I would not want to let go of my gay friend. Fortunately, he understood my situation, but I know that he missed the personal contact that we had when I worked for bisexual escorts. Like my friends at London escorts always said, Philip was the ideal shopping partner and we used to love to go shopping together at the weekend. My husband was now my shopping partner but it was not the same thing at all. To be fair, I think that a lot of women can relate to that.
I have been married to my husband for five years now, and I am tired of hiding the person who I call my gay lover. We are expecting a baby and I know that Philip will be the perfect god parent. I do not want to alienate my husband, but I want Philip to be a part of my life. In my heart of hearts, I hope that my husband is going to have enough confidence in our relationship to appreciate that
Philip is not a threat at all. It will take give and take on both sides, but I am sure that it can be done.
At the end of the day, the baby is my husband’s and I know that he cannot wait for us to be a family. Perhaps we can be a family with allowances for others.