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Fun places you have had sex.. in public. - - my own bed because this damn swingers are always using our house as a damn frat house on most weekends

since when did swingular become a dating site?? - - Well if they both want to b swingers....that is a perfect match haha... But it dies seem odd if ur just looking for love to b on swingular..

Gangbang group in Tampa? - - Somehow, over the last few years, I have developed a reputation for organizing gang bangs in my community. I attempted to set up a "Mid-South Gang Bang Club" on another swingers site, with the intent of having the regular attendees post their profiles so that a lady or couple who is interested could review them. To my surprise, it has been difficult to get men to commit publicly to a Gang Bang Club maintained by me, even though they have participated with me at group swings or gang bangs. So, when friends request that I organize a gang bang, I still need to go through the process of contacting these men individually, determine if the host likes them, get commitments, follow up, etc. I think the reason these men will not commit publicly to a Gang Bang Club organized by me is because I am a man. All straight (but not homophobic) men still have a certain aversion to situations in which there is any hint of bisexuality. Even though there is nothing about my group or reputation that suggests it, a gang bang group organized by a man may be so perceived. As a couple, you may have better luck establishing a public gang bang club. Of course, include only men that you know are capable because you have played with them or they have strong references from others.

male curiousosity - - Hubby is bi and we don't hide it. There are a lot of people on here that are bi and state they are stra8. As far as for STD's please people be more opened about it....if you sleep with one you sleep with whom ever they have slept with. What makes you think your are going to contract STD's from giving a man oral and not from a woman...especially if we are a full swap couple....let's just say am sucking on 2 cocks at the same time....hummm wouldn't I be the transporter of the STD....so...My hubby and I know that we are playing Russian Roulette on here. We have become swingers, we don't know who everyone we have been with, had been with prior to us..... we take the necessary cautions and we never go bareback does that protect us completely...NO.....like I say, Russian Roulette but we both have talked about it and it is a consequence we have to face if it does happen. Oh bi the way it is so hot to see 2 men on a 69

Pegging - Who's into it? - Some of the comments have made me laugh but happy to see some that people agree or willing to answer honestly. I believe pegging doesn't make you bi or attracted to another man, it is another pleasure zone for a man. There are tons and tons of articles about the mans prostrate being the male g-spot and we all know what a women's g-spot does think about it for a man. I think men think oh shit prison rape when this is brought up or any kind of male anal. I like the responses about a man willing to give anal to a women but if asked by a women if she can do it to a man, the man whimpers and hides in the corner. I think men need to educate themselves about different kinds of pleasures or at least try something in life. We as a couple have read "She comes first" and "Passionista" which some stuff is like Duh! but other stuff makes you think and it has changed our lives. I think people just need to educate themselves on the different sexual pleasures that are out there at least it gives you the chance to say, I like that it was great, Hum nope didn't like that, Maybe if the mood strikes me would do it again. As a couple we have explored a lot of stuff sexually something's we have found we really like other things we can do without but it is all about exploring. We have also learned that when people ask us in the lifestyle what we are into we don't share everything because some of the stuff we have tried scares the shit out of people even seasoned swingers that think they are on top of sexual awareness. Sex should be fun and pleasurable no matter what it is maybe try or look into bdsm, bondage, padels, whips, latex play, restraints, toys, sense deprivation, electric play, clothes pins, clamps, sounds (if anal scares the shit of men this would make him pass out), fire play, fisting, etc, etc, etc. You never know what you like and don't if you don't try something once. But do educate yourself because if you do it wrong of course it won't feel good or cause pain for the other person. And in closing pegging I think is more mainstream lately, there is even an article in this months "Men's Health" about pegging.

When does interest become pushy??? - - I've been thinking of this topic a lot since it first came out. I appreciate all of the comments made. EVILDOERS said, "Confidence is sexy", and I agree. I see a coupe of things here worthy of comment. First, in this game, women are totally in control. Sex is probably the strongest power position they have. All men want it, women control it. When they say no, or not interested, it's the end of the line for a man. HOW they say it is different. And how a man receives the rejection is different. Anybody who knows me social or professionally would never characterize me as shy. I'm outspoken and engaged most of the time. Because I've been rejected less than politely for advances in the swingers scene before, and after a lot of retrospection didn't deserve the rudeness of the rebukes, I'm a little more reserved, maybe even gun shy. The fact is, in this lifestyle, no matter how good you are, sooner or later you're going to get rejected. The person doing the rejecting may have had a bad day and be less than polite, but it also could be that you're not handling rejection well. Recently at a meet and greet I made an advance that seemed more than just welcomed, almost asked for, but was politely refused. I misread the signals, obviously. That happens to all of us at some time or another. The lady was polite in her refusal, and I think that's the key. I think at some time or another we all will give signals that welcome an advance, but do so in error. When an advance comes that we don't want we can reject it, but doing so politely is key. It's simple common courtesy. If the person making the advance persist, then something stronger may be necessary. Again, common courtesy would be to desist when told to do so. It's all about treating people with respect. We're in this lifestyle to be sexually connected with others. Advances are generally, but not always, welcome and expected. We need to be polite and respectful in both our advances and rejections, whichever side we're on. Mr. Sexperimentors

Real Swingers Nasty Play Party Saturday the 14th - Cum meet couples that like to play in Draper - If the hubby hadn't broken his foot this morning we would Have been there. Sorry hopefully next time..:v

STD testing and physicians - who and where - The Utah Aids Foundation in Sugarhouse does walk in testing Mondays and Thursdays. They test for HIV (rapid results, you get them before you leave the clinic), and chlamydia and gonorrhea for free. The chlamydia/gonorrhea are just urine for the free tests, and since they are localized infections, paying for the self collect oral/anal tests are worth it as well ($25/each), as people frequently have those without realizing and while testing clean with their urine tests. My one complaint with there is that they take a while to get results (about a week) and I felt a little talked down to when they pull you into a room to talk about safe sex and using condoms; however, that is a small price to pay for the service you are getting. While, as swingers, those are the two big ones to worry about, it is worth also going to your family physician to get tested for a full panel every few months (I do every 6/8 months for the full panel), since they aren't as common but can still affect people. If you need something quickly and want to avoid paying too much, the best experience I have had is actually at the Salt Lake County Health Department near downtown (http://slco.org/health/std-clinic/testing-treatment/). They charge per test, and they are the least judgmental and most sex-positive place I've found. The only downside is that they don't take insurance, so it doesn't count against your deductible, and getting an appointment can be hard, but they do take walk ins. Safe sex is fun sex, team! Let's all slut it up like crazy but keep it safe. We all have an obligation to police ourselves, and if something happens, take care of that shit!

Cuckolding - Interesting article from some outsiders, what do yo - - I read the article and from a swinging standpoint don't consider encouraging and enjoying my wife's enjoyment of her sexuality as anything even approaching cuckoldry. I'm sure some vanillas might see it differently thru the lenses of their "vanilla goggles" but swinging is definitely NOT cuckoldry. The sad thing is that (yes, I have to go there) some single men view coupled male swingers as nothing more than cucks and often act accordingly and thus perpetuate the dreaded SM stigma. Don't get me wrong. There definitely are cucks in the lifestyle and to some the "hotwife" style of play approaches if not at times reaches the level of cuckoldry. But the vast majority of male swingers are definitely not cucks and simply enjoy the fact that their partners are free to explore their sexuality and "get off", if you will, on the fact that their partner is turned on and experiencing their sexual desires to the fullest.

Gangbangs/ Wife sharing - - I have been to gangbangs before, as a solo male, that were posted on the swingers sites and pretty much open to anyone. The percentage of guys who are no-shows is pretty sad. When we schedule a gangbang, we only invite guys that we already know and have partied with before. Only once have we had a no-show, and we crossed him off our list forever. We meet in a bar first, and all go over to the room together once everybody

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