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Hey, Fucktards! - Single Men - Funny shit !!!!! They will never learn and there are more single males then ever on this site . I mean seriously cant these guys get a date to swing with . Most of them need to get it through their heads that just because our wives are swingers does not mean they are easy or some lame dick pic is going to get you sex . This site needs to be cleaned up ..............

International Swingers - Agree - We are an overseas couple and agree with MORESWINGERS Love to meet a Western couple

Nuendo - Battle of the bands - ok fellow swingers, we need your votes! It seems a band came outta no where and is no leading by 40 votes! Please if you wouldnt mind, go to http://www.klzxfm.com/greatunsigned and vote for N-U-endo ! Thanks, Mike & Denise

Condoms - Always Required? - - I'm curious to know what members here think about condoms. Of course, most members always require condoms, and say so in their profiles. But I've met more than a few people who don't always require condoms. At one party, I met a woman who hooked up with several men throughout the night, without ever using a condom. I was amazed at their recklessness, even if I understood why people preferred the sensations of bareback sex. What's even more amazing about condoms is that they are far from foolproof. I once heard the analogy: a condom is like a raincoat in a rain storm - you still get wet. I've personally experienced condoms fall off or break. Yet I've met many people who act as if, once the condom is on, they are virtually invulnerable. It would be preferable for the woman to be (additionally or alternatively) on birth control, although that won't help prevent STD transmission. Also, it seems that swingers almost never use condoms, or other protection, for oral sex, even though (as far as I know), some STDs can be spread genital-to-mouth (or vice versa). I don't think that I've ever seen a woman going down on a guy with a condom on, in real life or in porn. Do you always require a condom? If not always, when? With people that you know well? What other precautions might you take? Have you ever met or heard of a person in the lifestyle catching an STD? Or, more shockingly, getting pregnant? What happened?

Taking one for the team - Yay or nay - Here Here DARKNLADYJEDI Aka Barbi :p but yeah alot of swingers on here are becoming so picky about the physical they forget all about the sexual side. Its a fuck just like gettin drunk and pickin up a pratical stranger in a bar pratically.

Tinder? Bumble? - What are your thoughts on tinder or bumble? Any luck meeting ls folk? - Any similar ones for swingers?

Important ! Please read this post. - - [quote]You know, I read the sign on my way in here that said "Don't feed the trolls!", but I'm bored and this looks like a fun way to kill a few minutes. So, let's get started shall we?[/quote] Ahhhhhhhhhhh another guy who [b]THINKS[/b] he knows something, but later on proves that he doesn't.... [quote]We all participate in risky behavior, huh? I suppose that depends on your definition of "risky". If you really want to be pedantic, every time you draw breath you're taking a risk. You take an even bigger risk should you choose to not draw breath. [/quote] I am sorry, thought this was a swinger site... I guess you have a study that's not from the 1990's that shows that over 50% of people engage in swinging, right? Nope, you don't, therefore we engage in risky behavior! [quote]Typically when one uses the term "risky behavior" they're implicitly saying "behavior that is risky beyond the risk of normal behavior". Having sex with your spouse, regardless of whether they're cheating or not, is not risky behavior. [/quote] Regardless if they're cheating? Really? What, praytell, are you doing here, I guess you've solved the world's STD's crisis, right? Found a shot that cures herpes and HIV? Then how is it [b]NOT[/b] risky if they are cheating? [quote]Uhm... Did I miss something? What exactly are you saying "BULLSHIT!" to? It seems fairly clear that you're both stating the same sentiment.. are you calling bullshit on the fact that he bothered replying?[/quote] AHHHHHHH....Failed reading comprehension, did we? Let's have a look at what they said... What you UNDERLINED is the key.... WITHOUT complete absinence............ Without abstinence, you're engaging in risky behavior! Now, one could say, 'I use condoms, dental damns, and ALWAYS practice safe sex!' Is that enough? Let's see, ever been with a squirter? Ever had a woman get so worked up that her juices are squishing around on your balls? I guess that's not enough to catch something, right? Dr. Darcone, me thinks you need to rethink your ideas. [quote]Are you actively going about doing cultures of these things, just looking for a place disease can be communicated from?[/quote] I don't have to, I pay taxes so I don't. [quote]I don't know about the rest of you, but if there's a wet towel at the gym, and it's not mine, I'm not touching it. Soap Dishes? You know, I've always wondered at the point of anti-microbial soap..[/quote] Have you ever heard the saying, 'It is better to remain silent and thought of as a fool than to open your mouth to remove all doubt?' This would apply for you. Wet towels look like dry ones, yours is next to theirs, and you've NEVER accidentally grabbed someone else's? A little nick on your hand, BINGO! Anti-Microbial soap ONLY works if left in place for 30 seconds or more. Now, you place your soap on the tray, anyplace that the soap touches, in 30 seconds, would be 99.9% free of microbes, HOWEVER, anywhere it doesn't touch isn't. But you wouldn't touch the soap tray with your fingers, then touch your eyes, nose or mouth, right? [quote]And before you knock wikipedia, it's been verified to be more accurate than any other available encyclopedia. So, while influenza and bronchitis may be transmitted sexually, they aren't STI's. If you get herpaghonasyphaclap from kissing some random corpse, then it is not sexually transmitted by definition. By the same token, an oral infection of HSV-1 is -not- an STI. It becomes an STI once it infects the sacral ganglia. Also worth noting is that neither the CDC nor WHO acknowledge HSV-1 as being an STI.[/quote] Chlamydia is the most common form of STD, it IS passed from casual and accidental contact, Herpes IS an STD, it also is passed from incidental contact. So, your entire premise if wrong. [quote]For the actual statistics on extramarital affairs, see: This Study published by Oxford (22-25% of men, 11-15% of women). (fwiw, that article is a fantastic meta-analysis of a broad range of studies)[/quote] Actually from a Colorado college, not Oxford. Oxford may be where you found it, but your reading comprehension is, once again, coming into question. The first sentence of your report states its from Colorado. The last time I checked, Oxford is not in Colorado. Additionally, the study is from over 10 years ago, nothing has changed since then, right? The internet hasn't become more prevalent? Easy access to willing sex partners hasn't added to the instances of EMI? Nah, nothing to see here. Perhaps one should look at a more priminent site for these things? Perhaps one should look at the sample size to determine statistical significance? Perhaps one should see who was 'randomly' selected to participate? [quote]Jim, do you actually have a point you're trying to espouse here? Are you just trying to say that sex isn't safe? I'm pretty sure we were all aware of that fact.[/quote] As a matter of fact I do, that point is: GROW THE FUCK UP! We're all taking risks, don't cry about the results of your risk taking. Would you allow someone who suddenly decided to try skydiving, had no training, packed their own chute, then jumped and was injured to complain about how they were injured? Of course not, but since it is someone who was TOTALLY aware of the risks involved and they're participating in KNOWN risky behavior its OK because you're participating in it also? [quote]Or are you trying to say "Who needs protection? Sex is dangerous no matter what!"? If that's what you're trying to say, you have much to learn on the difference between risk and certainty.[/quote] Not at all.... I am saying, we're all aware of the risks, we don't need to read their alligator tears because they rolled the dice and came up snake eyes. [quote]There are a plethora of things one can do to reduce the risk of contracting -any- STI. There's no certainty that you'll ever be completely safe from contracting one. There's also no certainty that you'll ever contract one.[/quote] For once, we can agree on something. [quote]One strong way you can reduce those risks is by clearly communicating what infections you're at risk of spreading. That's the purpose of this thread, and along with most everyone else, I'd like to thank the ABC's for their post.[/quote] Showing up at a swingers' party, club, or site is pretty clearly communicating that we're at risk of ANY sexually transmitted desease.

Poly-Swingers - Moving beyond FWB relationship - We were in a poly relationship for over 7 years and was the greatest experience we have ever had. Unfortuately the male of the couple passed away a couple of years ago. We had a great relationship we went everywhere together and done everything together. We was actually very much in love with them and they with us. It is hard to find the right couple that you can get that close with but is possible. So now we are looking again. But the part of the ploy relationship was that we still love one another very much also.

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.

I Don't Care if You LIKE Me... Let's F**K! (???) - - Ok... We recently (accidentally) overheard a conversation between three "newbie" couples. Earlier, we had talked to them and during the conversation had briefly mentioned our personal ideas about "Friendships" vs. "Notches on the Bedpost". (We're Pro-Friendship). We explained that we have many friends in the Lifestyle that we have never played with - as (we believe) most Swingers do. (?) Anyway, during the course of the later (overheard) conversation we heard from two different participants the comment (and I quote), "I don't CARE if you LIKE me, Just F**k me and I don't care if I never see you again." At first, we were annoyed with this attitude. Then somewhat amused. Now we're just curious... about how many "Seasoned" Swingers have this "You don't have to like me - Just let me F**k you" attitude... and how exactly that works? (We figure that if we don't like someone, why in the world would we share ourselves THAT PERSONALLY with them?) HOWEVER, we realize that not everyone thinks like we do and that there are a lot of different attitudes and feelings about the Lifestyle... and we're really curious now! Please share YOUR TAKE on this? We're not looking for validation on our own Lifestyle Ideas and Values (we don't need it), but we DO have Inquiring Minds and we're interested... No Judgments... Just Pure, Simple Curiosity......

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