Ok, you’ve probably already answered this, but I’ll ask it anyway. Other than a direct approach, how do you begin to communicate your desire to become intimate (in your case) with your mom (at least initially)? And how might you recommend other people try to gauge interest in someone they are very close to?
Before I get to this specific question, I want to address the topic of advice in general.
I’ve been getting a lot of asks looking for advice lately. I’ve gotten questions like that ever since I started the blog, but for some reason they’ve really increased here recently. I have no idea why.
But most of them, and I could literally post about 10 from my inbox right now, say little more than “I want to fuck my mom, can you tell me how?”.
No. I can’t. There is nothing helpful I can say to that. Maybe some people can take that vague premise and run with it, but not me.
Every woman is different. Every relationship is different. I can’t suggest things to try with your mom when I have no idea what she’s like. Or what your relationship with her is like.
It’s not like there’s a cookie cutter 5 easy steps method to getting someone to have sex with you. If there was and if I knew what these magic steps were, I would have used them a long time ago.
But the question I’m posting here asked something specific. So that I can try to answer. And I think it’s something that everyone asking for advice is wondering, because if they were OK with the direct approach they wouldn’t really need advice.
My best suggestion for a non-direct interest-gauging approach would probably be just to start being more affectionate. If it’s a person you kiss, kiss them more often. If they’re not, find some way to show physical affection. Compliment them on their appearance. Make an effort to spend more time with them. The holidays are coming up, maybe splurge if you can and get them something really special. Stuff like that. You know the person better than I do, so you should know what sort of things they would respond well to.
Just see how they react to it all. If the person gives you a weird look at any point, that’s probably not a good sign. But if they don’t, it’s not necessarily a good sign either. You’re being very non-direct.
If they don’t seem to mind, keep it up. It’ll start to become normal. Then try to increase the affection a little bit more. Then a little more. It might take a while… it took me years. But eventually you should get to a point where you’re comfortable being more direct.
That’s all I got.