Swingular

Krypton Swingers in Kentucky

Krypton Swingers

If you are looking for Swingers in Krypton, KY, then Swingular is the place for you. We have hundreds of thousands of swingers all over Krypton looking to meet new people. Here is a list of 16 random Swingers within 100 miles of Krypton, KY. To see more or to contact these members, click here to create a free account.

Krypton Threesomes Krypton Menage A Trois Krypton Group Sex Krypton Foursomes Krypton Bi-Female Krypton BBW Krypton Gang Bang Krypton MMF Krypton MFM Krypton Personals Krypton Ads Krypton Photos Krypton Girl on Girl Krypton Nudists Krypton Exhibitionists Krypton Voyeurs Krypton Exhibitionists Krypton Voyeurs

Krypton, Kentucky Swingers can be found on Swingular. It's easy to find others using our advanced search technology. We base our search by zipcode so you will see how far each member is away from you by miles. You can search locally or you can search by state or zipcode as well. We have thousands of members from Krypton, Kentucky so you have a very good chance that you will meet someone to your liking. We also have a booty call feature so you can post a booty call for quick response. Create your free account today and begin hooking up with Krypton Swingers right away!

Im's a Professional............................. - No pic..... blurred pics - We only like amateur swingers.

Positive Media Attention - KUTV should have read this - A lot of metaphorical ink was spilled in recent weeks about how awful the KUTV piece on swingers is/was. Thought you all might all appreciate this Op-Ed in the news magazine The Week (one of the most prestigious mainstream news mags) ... sometimes the media does portray things in a positive light. Kudos to the Portland couple for their articulate defense of the lifestyle. http://theweek.com/articles/583977/journey-from-stayathome-mom-sexual-adventuress

Looking for a few good men - SM's to join SesSy group - [quote=UCANTOUCHMYMONKY]Hi meow, Your post brings to mind a few points of contention among people in the lifestyle. Some would argue that swinging is implicitly a couples game and that singles of either Gender are not truly swingers. Positions from this camp range from a belief that singles of either gender should be disallowed from the lifestyle to those who believe that only single females should be allowed because of the greater degree of bisexuality among women than men. I can certainly acknowledge that bringing singles of one gender or the other into the bedroom is not the Desire of some couples, and those interested in encounters with single males are certainly a minority. With that acknowledgment, I can say that I also believe that swinging has a different meaning to every one involved in the lifestyle, and to borrow a term from a different thread, that meaning can be very dynamic in that it can change as different experiences in the lifestyle can open new doors and awaken new desires. For most this evolution of self discovery and self understanding is a good thing. I think a variety of choices within the lifestyle helps to promote this kind of self growth. I would further contend that the definition of the swinger has more to do with one's personal belief systems then relationship status. case in point, relationships and both in and out of the lifestyle end. If a person has come to identify themselves as a swinger, are they any less so when they are no longer a couple? I think not. This brings up another interesting facet of the lifestyle as it continues to grow and evolve. In my experience it has become fertile ground for like-minded singles to meet, date and come together as couples. I much preferred dating single females from the lifestyle over vanilla women because we start out with far more in common with each other as the people we truly are. When I go out with a vanilla woman she always seems to be hiding behind some fa

Tranny's - - Well a transexual is not different then any sexual type. They like to dress up and may even want to be a women or man some just like certain things. Not all Transexuals are gay many are straight as an arrow. So treat every sex the same and you will see that they are beautiful. Some of the most evolved people are transexual they are very good at resolving issues and making them work for them. Transexuals do live off the grade from most as they have two lives. However, So do swingers so really its about what floats your boat!!! I have been called a gay hag here and there and knowing most of the gay world in Utah makes running into the funnest crowd the Transexuals who always keep you on your toes. You wont know until you try it. I seem to attract them fairly often so my point is I dont know but do try it!!!(= (= (=

MERRY XMAS TO EVERYBODY - WE WOULD LIKE TO GET A GROUP TOG FOR PLEASURE PALACE DEC 18 - I JUST WANTED TO WISH EVERYBODY A MERRY XMAS !!!!!!! I WISH EVERYBODY A SAFE BUT LOTS OF FUN HOLIDAY WITH FAMILY & FRIENDS . WE ARE GOING TO TRY OUR DAMNEST TO GO TO PLEASURE PALACE TOM . NIGHT DEC. 18 . SHOULD BE A HUGE AND TONS OF FUN PARTY . CANT WAIT TO SEE EVERYBODY THERE . IF ANY OF YALL CAN STOP BY THE PALACE PLEASE SAY HI .I CANT WAIT TO SEE WHAT EVERYBODY IS WEARING . FROM WHAT I HEAR ALOT OF PEOPLE ARE GOING TO THE PARTY . U KNOW HOW IT IS THERE . ALL THE SWINGERS GROUPS THAT GO THERE TO PARTY PLEASURE PALACE STYLE . SEE EVERYBODY THERE .................. NAUGHTY DREAMS FREAKY KITTY WWW.SWINGERSOFAMERICA.COM

Hanging out this weekend - Habits tonight?? - [quote=HERRIMANFUN]We enjoy it if there is a couple we are interested in they have sections that aren't so loud that you can talk. But yes it is loud. And we have run into lots of swingers there lots of times. But I hear that a lot I think most people don't talk to people or just walk up to a stranger(s) and say hi. But I the male half does a lot that's how you meet people and then once you chat a bit it comes out that they are swingers. Not a big fan of he meet and greets it's always the same people unfortunately. And that's great for some but we haven't really made a connection at any that we have been too, yet. [/quote] We have been to the meet and greets too and we don't go very often and have not been to one in ages. Maybe twice a year we hit one but when we do go we pretty much introduce ourselves to everybody and if we missed someone we didn't mean to. You do have to be proactive to be successful in meeting people or at least reactive in a positive fashion when someone interesting approaches you. We have been to Habits and ended up leaving with someone, but we had already had a bit of friendly back and forth somehow with the people we left with or it was someone we met previously and had at least chatted a bit. We think we have only been there maybe five times altogether. Well, maybe Mr. Delicious will put on a collared shirt just in case we head that way but for now we are thinking maybe the Green Pig sounds fun.

The unbearable burden of proof. - Congratulations! You have an opinion. Why does everybody else have to agree with it? - Well, this certainly seems like a 'diverted extension' to me. But, since you did ask (and publicly), here goes: People often tell others what they've done, to demonstrate that they have a certain amount of experience doing it. Simple enough. And, in remarkable contrast to your opinion, it's not necessarily to sound intelligent or to give credence to an outrageous postulations. Sometimes they actually know what they're talking about. Unfortunately, you can't assume that just because someone talks about their experience, they really don't know anything. As to your comment concerning years of experience...(and you immediately zero in on computers...hmmm...wonder what that's about?) 1. As T4REAL capably put it, the kid from college has 'book smarts', but often lacks the real-world experience to make that training useful. Give me the vet every time - and if you listen, you'll find many who will echo that. Probably a majority. Why? Because the vet's not only seen more real problems, but they've been involved in more real answers. I recall a quote along the lines of "The biggest fault of youth is inexperience". While the young grad *cannot* have the benefit of experience the vet does, it *is* possible the vet can have the experience and the (recent) academic exposure, as well. 2. My mom - an educator herself, with degrees in all sorts of stuff, told me once, "I went to college to learn what I didn't know". (Little play on words, there - she was a languistics teacher). What she meant was that, beyond high school is another type of learning - broad and still detailed. You really begin to realize how little you actually know about things when you're exposed to further education. You gain an advanced perspective, which in turn makes you realize you know diddly, in the grand scheme of things. (Happy Mother's Day, Mom) 3. "Any more than 5 years of doing something allows a person sufficient enough time to become calcified into a single-mindedness that allows the world to pass you by anonymously." Nice pile of words...but, sure - it does 'allow...sufficient time' - but, again, it doesn't guarantee anything. If a person does anything for *any* length of time, and doesn't work to keep current, they will fall behind what is current. But you have little way of knowing how current people are, just based on some post on an Internet swingers site. Five years of doing something doesn't automatically mean someone's fallen behind, either. And the 62.5% of all statistics you cite? Well, doesn't that mean 37.5% are completely legit? (No matter the fictitious percentage *you* make your point with, it's complement will always oppose you). Again, trouble here is you have no way of knowing whether a given citation is accurate or not - but you can't just assume they're all wrong. Again, as in our recent discussion elsewhere - I put my opinion out there, and I have no problem letting others read and decide for themselves. Some people (*ahem*) seem so interested in contradicting others, they get far, far away from the matter at hand. You may find it interesting to know, I'm not really formally educated much beyond high school and military technical training; I hold no degrees, and very few certifications, proper. What I know about PC's I've learned almost entirely on my own. To be honest, I'd prefer a guy who learned because he really had passion enough to learn on his own. This is one reason I have so many machines at home...it's a hobby, but it's also a huge test bed; a training apparatus. And I've been training for over 25 years (sorry, I'm sure you hate me saying that). On the other hand, with no more education and certificates than I have, I did actually run a reasonably successful business for a while. I've managed to support my family at a level *well* beyond the means you'd expect from my education alone. So, it's possible that I do know what I'm talking about, although I don't expect you'll ever acknowledge that. It's OK, I don't really require your acknowledgement. I do realize I'm making a few assumptions here myself. While this isn't necessarily about me, it damn sure smacks of it; not at all subtle of you. Still, I've tried to indulge you, without attacking you or being insulting. I hope you learn what there is to know from the responses to your post. And T4real - excellent points!

If your family or non swinging friends found out you swing - - First off, GREAT QUESTION!! It's kinda like those "What If..." comic book tittles you see now and again about your favorite super hero if they didn't turn out the way they did kinda thing. In this case it's about swinging and what if (insert relative or friend here) found out we were swingers? We live in duel worlds--church and mainstream--where if folks who know of our faith found out about us would certainly shun us out or pray us to Jesus. Our relatives would freak I can imagine because we are "certainly out of line" for getting involved in this lifestyle. Funny, I bet secretly many of them wished they could be this open about sexuality and free to let their hair down and be able to talk and participate with other adults in this way. Ed and Brenda

Kitten160 - Threats - The virtual world allows people to do a bit of vetting before they agree to meet someone in the physical world and there are some advantages to that. Having a profile is a bit like fishing for friends. Sometimes the online bait looks pretty good. The downside is that anyone with a credit or debit card can buy a membership. Predators (sexual sharks) have bank accounts, credit cards, debit cards and such. If sexual predation is his or her motive of course a sexual predator would buy a membership on a swing site. Online can be like a shark cage. Sexual predators can see us, but they can't bite us unless we leave the cage. The more aggressively they attack the cage the more dangerous they must be. We hold off on phone numbers until we feel pretty comfortable. Back before the social media explosion the only way to get know about, let alone get invited to a swinger's meet and greet was to be invited by someone already involved, and usually they had to get your attendance approved, by the organizer, before the invent. So there was some added layers of protection, that were not fool proof, but often effective. Basically, people did or didn't know much about what's going on or who might be involved on the weight of their reputations. Really a good or bad reputation will still affect who you will meet or who you will connect with even today. There may well be some real legal ramifications involved for the administrators to allow a public trashing of someone's reputation, because the accusations might be true and they might be slander. What is and will always remain appropriate is to tell all your friends and acquaintances within the lifestyle about anyone you know for certain is dangerous. With all of that said, having been involved in the community for awhile, and yes we used to attend the big events from time to time, we have to say that the vast, vast, vast majority of the people we have met have been good people. Yes there have been good people we didn't see eye to eye with, and yes there have been just a few awkward moments, but still we have found that most of the swingers in the community are good people. As for the sexual sharks circling around the community, even though they may know more than we would like about where we are swimming, we can and should be protective of one another and let each other know when they are getting too close.

New Swingers Club in Utah - Gauging interest in new club - All, we've been trying to explore this idea for over a decade and there are many legal challenges. There is a public indecency law, even for private clubs. If you have a legal license, and you accept any amount of money, you fall within this law. Trust us, we've been trying to figure this out ourselves as we've been wanting to create something. Right now, the safest avenues are private mansion parties and legal lifestyle friendly and/or off-premise clubs which we are starting to explore. We've been trying to find a club to buy with an existing license for a while I now. If anyone has any prospects, let us know. Rob

© Copyright 2001–2019 Swingular, an SB Entertainment Company.