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single guy bashing - - [quote=MAGNETIC]Single males provide necessary services in the world of swingers, more so than single females. He has to work a lot harder than the single female to be welcomed into a couple's life. Age is not as important as his determination to do as follows. A good single male will stay in good shape, no extra flab or belly. He will be clean, well groomed, dress nicely, intelligent, and knowledgable on almost all subjects, he will be well practiced in all forms of sexual activity, he will be a good listener, kind, gentle, caring, understanding, or rough, crude, and demanding according to what is requested or desired by the hosting couple. He will be able to carry on a quality conversation with both the husband and wife on anything of interest to them. He will not try to dominate the conversation, or the encounter. He will make it clear that he is not there to try and steal the wife. He will make himself available to help the couple do ordinary things that additional help is required or appreciated. He will bring these qualities to the table. A good single male is not a piece of meat that you chew, screw, and then shoo out the door. You'll want to keep him around. Husbands appreciate a single male that is willing to be a good friend, to share common interests, exchange experiences, and to learn from one-another. Male bonding is the term associated with this. Wives appreciate a single male because they are usually entertaining, capable, and are willing to provide her with some excitement that married life loses after some years. A good single male will not do or say anything that will make the husband or wife jealous. There is no place for jealousy in swinging. How can I make such bold statements as these? Well, I was single for many years, married for many years until widowed, and now single again. So, I know both sides of the fence very well. [/quote] Magnetic, I think your description of the ideal single male should start out with "Once upon a time" and end with "and they all lived happilly ever after". [b]IF[/b] such a single male does exist in "real" life, not only do I wanna meet this Super Hero - I think I want to turn gay and marry him. [b]IF[/b] this is what couples are looking for in a single guy, then I guess us normal, average, regular, run-of-the-mill guys are SOL. Oh, wait a minute - just thought of something................................ Is your description of the ideal single male also your resume? All in fun, Dude - all in fun.

Why are people so rude? - - They're not being rude. They're just fucking twatwaffles who are PRETENDING to be swingers then bait and switch the unsuspecting. It's an old game. Eventually your BS sniffer gets pretty good at sniffing out these douche canoes and you can avoid them.

The Green Door??? - - TROYB- Well, we are not professionals, and that was our first time to a swingers club, so we do not have any other reference. But we did meet about five other couples that we like us early to mid-30

Why is it so hard to meet people on here - - Lots of good feedback in the posts above. I would add that possibly it might be your expectations and maybe the way you present them. Yes swinging is fantasy but fantasy often isn't reality. Since you live in an (relatively) outlying area and can't/won't travel to the areas with a higher concentration of swingers and events then you should probably lower your expectations and/or requirements a little bit. I'm not saying to just bang a bunch of fugly peeps but I know a LOT of people whose expectations far exceed what they can realistically expect to find in a relatively small pool of people. The other thing I would add (not saying this is you guys) is that many peeps consciously or subconsciously look for reasons NOT to hook up. This person is a little too fat. Or too old. Or not quite cute enough. Or I really want a redhead. A million different reasons we've heard over the years. You should definitely look for what you want in play partners but if your requirements are too narrow it's much harder to find people to play with. Maybe as you screen people look for things you DO like about them rather than things you don't. If all else fails, hire a sitter and go to Ogden or Salt Lake to some meet and greets. That's probably the easiest, fastest way to meet a lot more people and hopefully connect with the type of people you're looking for. Hope this helps. Evil

Do you cut to the chase? - What's your history - [quote=DELICIOUSLYWET]We have noticed, that perhaps people who started swinging young, at the time their lives together were developing, as was their social circle, tend to have more friends that are swingers, that they hang out with on a regular basis. If more of their good friends swing, then hooking up, is perhaps, just part of what happens as they socialize. If their friend's friends are also mostly swingers, then it may accelerate the possibility that they will easily meet new lovers. People who entered into the swing scene later in life, who may have already developed a busy social circle, mostly within the vanilla world, may look at swinging a bit differently. It's not like you want to drop your long time social circle, just because they don't swing. Again, how swinging plays out in one's life is most probably affected by every other aspect of one's life. We started swinging when I was 48 or 49 and Mrs. Delicious was 41 or 42. We lived a very busy life, and were involved in a lot of different activities prior to that time. During the decade plus that we have been swingers, our lives have really only gotten busier. Most of our vanilla friends know we are pretty open minded and liberal. We have been involved in volunteer efforts through schools and other secular sources of community out-reach too. Some of our friends, colleagues and associates know we swing. A few are also swingers. Our vanilla friends are much more numerous than our swinger friends. We enjoy people. Swingers, that can and do easily and tastefully, move about within family, and vanilla society, tend to be a good fit for us when it comes to deeper friendships. We do enjoy hooking up with people that may be a bit more swing-centric too. We just won't be at all the house parties, events and or meet and greets very often. We will show up every now and again. [/quote] Would agree very much with Delicious, usually do. Started young before being married, even when married large percentage of my friends were swinging or checking it out, only friends that were not were his, converted some. After my divorce and moving back to Miami a large majority to this day are swingers. One aspect is work, mostly business relationships, not swinging with any but having sex with. Rarely go to parties or functions where I don't know all because my social circle are all friends that swing. So if I had to answer it would b or a. Rarely run into or introduced to swingers I don't know. Very happy with my circle and rarely meet anyone I want to be with. Of course some exceptions, but not many.

jealousy - - Ugh. So sick of people saying "if you get jealous, you're insecure and shouldn't be in the lifestyle!" Jealousy, like love, comraderie, happiness, hate or fear--it's an emotion. A natural response to stimulus. It can be pleasant to some, unpleasant to others. The truth is that each of us has (maybe only your first time?) felt the sting of a little bit of jealousy-whether we admit it or paint it as something more PC, it is what it is. A little human emotion. The key is how you deal with it-do you allow it to effect you, ie let your body and it's imperfections dictate how you view reality? If so, then you probably should take a step back from this particular lifestyle. However, if you're one of many of us who admits to small twinges of jealousy and yet can get over it, enjoy watching their partner receive pleasure and still rest easy knowing they are their partners number one priority, then you're probably ok. IPeople who consider swingers part of some sort of "elite" group of society who are above natural pitfalls of human emotion annoy the hell out of me. Just sayin.

Unicorns at events - Thoughts about them - We're not event people, probably never going to be. But really? Charging Single Gals to enter a Swingers event? I can think of so many ways to make an event break even than to make the prize Jewell of a gathering to think twice about attending.

Come on Swingular - Email verification and login problems - Personally, I think swinger websites are a dying breed and eventually will become obsolete. I blame other types of social media, apathy from swingers in general, and the fact that many younger people don't really consider hooking up with friends and acquaintances outside of their primary relationship to be all that big of a deal. I could be wrong, and hope that I am, because I think sites like this add a measure of security and community that aren't really found elsewhere.

coffee shops??? - - Sunset Coffee used to have local swingers and poly people meet there most every week. There was often a bunch of young, non pushy, non literal, non denominational Christians there as well. We actually took part in a few really open and friendly conversations because the tables are close enough we could hear each others conversations. http://www.mysunsetcoffee.com/ is the link. Not sure who meets there these days. Coffee is pretty good too.

Here's something Ive been curious about - - You can't be a "real" swinger unless you're official. We answered an ad in the back of a Spiderman comic book, sent in a quiz and a drawing (boobs and a penis) and they told us we would be AWESOME swingers and to send them 19.95 plus P&H. Now we're card carrying swingers. If our certification ever expires we're just gonna be plain old wife swappers.

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