In Someone Else’s Home

For the first several years of my marriage I notice a peculiar pattern forming on the part of my husband. Whenever we visited family or friends it seemed to bring out his frisky side. For whatever reason, he always seemed to want to fool around when we were in someone else’s house. Perhaps it was simply the ability to relax away from home and be free enough in his thoughts to think about it or maybe the excitement of being in a new place. Interestingly enough, this tendency on the part of my husband played a key part in my awakening.

We were visiting friends and everyone had gone out so we were in the house alone. My frisky husband asked if he could take some risqué pictures of me and I timidly agreed. This was the beginning of my awakening. Somehow through the voice of Jesus to free me and the voice of my husband to speak life to me, in my soul and spirit I suddenly believed that I was incredibly beautiful to him and that it felt good to embrace my sexuality in a godly and passionate manner.

So I have very positive feelings about taking opportunities to push out of our comfort zones a little bit and be a little risky if we are staying with friends or family, while at the same time not disrespecting the people we are staying with by purposely invading their space with loud screaming and moaning.

Having said that, trying to be quiet is part of the thrill. When a certain touch usually causes you to vocalize, the need to be quiet can build the intensity. When your husband has to resist the urge to tell you in one way or another how great it feels to have your mouth on him during oral sex, the need to release those feelings without words can be very exciting. Thus, the thrill many feel at the prospect of having sex with others nearby.

In much the same way that a couple might embrace having sex outdoors as exciting, but limit the true potential for voyeurism you need to consider the same when you decide to have sex at someone’s home you are visiting. The point is not to parade your sex life in front of your friends and family. The point is to take an exciting opportunity to demonstrate your love to one another in a unique way.

So go for it. Next time you are visiting friends or family and you have chance to sneak away for a little romp, give it a try.


  1. My parents live in the same town and DH and myself and we have never spent the night at their house. DH parents are in Florida…so we usually go for a week (not just a night or two). The first summer we were married we went for 7 days and 6 nights…as newlyweds we were horny but I was VERY freaked out by the idea of having sex in his parents home…I found it exciting but weird because I was afraid of making noise (bed squeaking, or moaning etc). So we usually had quickies in the shower when possible or just had oral sex.
    His parents are now retired and usually go for a walk on a greenway every morning…they are usually gone about 2 hours (they leave the house at 6:00) There morning stiring usually awakens us…last several times we have visited we have had ALOT of fun while they were gone. But I admit it is alot of fun…but seems weird when I think about it to much!!!

  2. This article makes me laugh! 😀 My husband is very proper and polite to everyone we know, and only our close friends have seen him relaxed. So the very idea of having sex in someone else’s home used to make the tips of his ears turn red. However, it seems to bring the “horny” out in me. I remember vividly putting my hand in his pants in several friends or family members closets or bathrooms. He gets all huffy and pretends to be irritated, but he confided that he secretly loves it. We are always very careful that no one else is the wiser about our escapades, but it makes for some great take home memories. Thank you again for your honest, straighforward blog!

  3. Our youngest was conceived while we were house-sitting for our pastor. When we announced that I was pregnant, his wife smiled at me and asked “was our house a part of this?!”

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