With a sense of wonder Reed Richards ran his hand over his spectacular wife's exposed breasts. Even after two children they were as firm as they were the first time he had touched them. He felt his cock harden at the slightest contact. Then as he climbed
on top of her Sue did the most unexpected thing.
Reed froze. Clearly he had misread the signals. Thinking back he realized it had been close to three weeks since they had made love. For the smartest man in the world Reed knew he could really be an idiot sometimes.
Sue sighed, then leaned over and kissed her husband tenderly on the cheek. "I'm sorry, Reed. If you'd like to…."
"That's all right, darling," Reed said. "If you're not in the mood, we don't have to make love."
"It's not you, Reed," she said. "I haven't been in the mood for a while. Maybe it's menopause."
Reed smiled. "You're too young for menopause."
"I hope so," Sue smiled back. "I don't know. It's just….."
"Just what?" Reed asked.
"Sue thought long and hard before answering.
"Don't take this the wrong way, Reed," she said carefully, trying to come up with the right words. "But do you ever feel like the two of us are in a rut? I mean sexually?"
Reed pondered this concept for a second. Then he said softly, "Maybe."
"We've been married for so long, darling," Sue said. "And I don't regret a second of it. But do you ever think there might be more out there? We've explored so many new worlds. So many new dimensions. Why can't we explore our sexuality in the same way?"
"Do you understand what you're asking, Susan?" Reed asked.
"Yes, I believe I do, Reed." Sue responded. "I think we should have an open marriage. Are you upset?"
"No," Reed grinned. "Quite the opposite. I'm quite intrigued. Where should we begin?"