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Who are you lol - - [quote=DIZZZZEREK]If your absolutely positive they are swinger parties.I'm with slcwanderlust on this. Crash the party. Nobody, I mean NOBODY, is gonna say no to you at the door to a swingers party. [/quote] i doubt my across the street neighbors are swingers, but we can go crash their party anyways and turn it into a sexy party eh? lmao.

Profiles, desires and diversity - Profiles, desires and diversity - this thought is a bit too removed from another post that was it's inspiration to be part of that post so I decided to start another. Positive personal declarations on our profiles in forums or anywhere about our relationships our physical bodies our hobbies, interest, our friends, etc., etc., are always reflections of inner self talk. Just because someone makes an affirmative statement does it mean that they are the bearer of absolute certainty at all time in all places and in all situations in regards to the person, place, activity, etc., etc., for which they are speaking? Certainly not, but that does not mean they are not still positive. Even though they have some doubts and fears they still may be extremely encouraged that the positive greatly out weights the negative. If you consider the ying yang nature of existence you cannot have faith without doubt or courage without fear. Personally I enjoy associations with people pursuing the positive. Why? I like to be happy. I will never be perfect and my life will always include a share of successes and failures in that not everything I hope to accomplish will go well. Never-the-less in spite of my inability to predict everything or control anything I am happy to be alive afloat in a sea of infinite possibilities. It has been said that life is a journey and not a destination. I am pretty positive about the journey. Negative statements or negative thoughts about others require some cynicism. Cynicism most certainly can be a personal defense system. Expressions of cynicism about those who mean to use us, con us, rule over us or repress us in some manner or unjustly exclude us are understandable and healthy. Expressions of cynicism especially when anger is included, without a good measure of open minded critical thinking and research are in my mind often quite counterproductive. Cynicism directed toward people in pursuit of wealth and greed or to find a scapegoat for our own mistakes is horribly dark. Racism perpetuated slavery for centuries and far too much violence and injustice in the modern world. Armies roll forth to this day in the name of ethnic cleansing. Armies cannot roll, legislation cannot be passed and supported in support of injustice and repression without the support of soldiers and voters. Our freedom to swing without fear of discrimination requires that non swingers not become to cynical about our life choice. Are we to often a house divided? As for life here at home and on the web, and on Swingular we can participate in 1000 cynical conversations, blogs, and forums, chats and so on and so forth and get 1000,000 affirmations reaffirming our cynicism and we can still be wrong. Wrong about a scientific theory just means you go back to the drawing board and keep searching and experimenting. Wrong about economic management means economic hardship and we can learn from experience. Wrong about people leading to attacks small or large, verbal or otherwise is part of the dark wind that takes our journey toward rough seas. Fear without reason represses everyone and everyone to some degree becomes a victim. Could not a single moment of introspection do more for us? If we look inside our own minds and honestly ask ourselves why we are cynics it might just take the dark wind out of our sails. A painful episode of introspection just might help us to see that the real monster in the closet is not the people we are condemning but in reality our own self doubt. What

Permissive still requires permission. - Permissive still requires permission. - [quote=WildNomad]I could go on for days about the misogyny and objectification I have experienced in the swinger world. I'll try to be concise. Here's a quick guide on how to not be part of the problem at lifestyle events. (And when I say "you" below, I mean everyone) 1) Don't objectify women at every opportunity. If my tits are out, they are not out for you to stare at and make comments on every time you interact with me. They are certainly not out for everyone to touch without permission. They are out because I enjoy being naked. Even when I am naked I am still a strong feminist woman. I am not a toy for your to objectify. Treat me like a human. 2) Ask for what you want. Never presume. Do you want to hug, kiss, touch or fuck me? Ask. It's as simple as that. Here's an example. You: "Can I kiss you?" Me: "Hell yes" See? Easy. 3) If it's not a Hell Yes, it's a Fuck No. If all parties involved do not feel 100% Hell Yes! about the situation, it's a no. I see this a lot in one partner "taking one for the team". That is never ok. There is more but if everyone would do those 3, swinger events would be vastly improved. [/quote] Just because an actress or actor chooses (Hopefully it was their choice) to be nude on camera, and or act sexual, as in acting, does not mean they owe anyone anything, and they are not granting anyone permission to take sexual liberties with them. Same can be said for nudity, or sexual behavior at a swingers event. Or on a web site for what it's worth. We suppose, that if we get naked and behave sexually, in a semi public venue, that we cannot completely control who might see us. Granting permission to view, through proximity, does not grant permission to touch, or take any other sexual liberties.

Ken and Barbie Syndrome...... - is this a real affliction? - So we just read Classy's profile. We find nothing wrong with it. In fact, we agree completely. Wish we had worded ours to say it that well. We also prefer face pics. That is the most important to us.. face pics. besides.. Parts is parts. Just because someone thinks they want to fuck you, doesn't mean you have to fuck them... We may be here as swingers, but we don't have to swing with everybody.. there HAS to be attraction. We realise that we don't appeal to everybody either. :) Maggi & Luke PS. You crack me up UTHOT :)

The vent! - Judgements, I'm so tired of them. - In the recent years I have changed, morphed even, into the person I am today. A swinger. Eccentric, confidant, secure, uninhibited, with a puissant sexuality. What I consider "out of the box!" Open, understanding, diverse. Only within the last year have we dared to call ourselves "swingers" we decided together to change our lifestyle, to change our rules, to change our minds about how we regard each other as individuals. What I have noticed as I have taken this quest into being a swinger, is how the people in and around my life are noticing this change, and reacting with judgements. They live by different rules than I do, they choose to, and yet they still judge. Are these people just unhappy with themselves? Are they jealous? Why are they concerned? I have failed to understand this. Why do they spew hate at me?(I call it emotional vomit) Shouldn't they be happy for me? If these people are already having averse feelings about me and/or my behavior, how will they react to find out we are swingers? I now know why some of swingers only associate with other swingers. To bad for us there are few to be found down here in the south. :( "If you judge people, you have no time to love them."-Mother Theresa Thanks for letting me vent, here's to living out of the box. ~Mrs~

Mobile app - There really needs to be and easier way. - [quote=MINDYPINDY][quote=JUST_HORNY1]I think an app would be great. I also this it would be a cool idea to put a "Swinger in the area" function on it. That way people can register with their cell phone on the site and using their GPS it will alert you when you are out and about or in the clubs if other swingers are close by. Of course you would be able to turn this off and on from your phone in case you really don't want people to find you at a given time. I think this would be an easier way then bracelets to determine if people around are in fact swingers. Just a thought.[/quote] Brilliant![/quote] Actually, this idea has already been successfully implemented in a slightly different context. grindr.com has been offering precisely this functionality for a gay demographic. Here is an interesting article about their current plan to broaden their market: [url=http://www.salon.com/entertainment/tv/feature/2011/07/01/grindr_new_project_amicus_interview/index.html ]http://www.salon.com/entertainment/tv/feature/2011/07/01/grindr_new_project_amicus_interview/index.html[/url]

Quit misrepresenting / What we are looking for - We are sick of sick twisted people. - Just when you think swingers are all like minded we find that there are all different reasons that they are in the lifestyle...some like to be friends first and build a trust and connection, but not too close of friends...others want to find a few couples that they can build a great friendship with and have close sexual relationship with...some just like the thrill of someone finding them attractive and give them a shot of self confidence along with the feeling that they still got it. We have met some that just want to have sex, with very little connection or thought of knowing the other couples. To some degree many if not all want a lot of one and a little of the others of all scenarios described above. Still others get wrapped up in a double life with lies and deceit that can be mutually destructive to those that cross their path....and of course we can go on and on. Our quest is simple...1) first and foremost do no harm. 2) be impeccable with your word not only to your spouse/significant other, but to those you meet. 3) Care about those that you choose to build relationships with...must have some kind of a connection. 4) Have their back and be their friend...good times or bad times. 5) For us personally separate rooms are ok, but at least for now...no separate dates. 6) Like and trust both of the spouses. 6) The other couple must love each other. We try not to worry about people that don't match up with what we want...wish them the best in their plight. This formula for us has allowed both of us to enjoy our time with others, without regret. What I find funny is a few of the couples that want something different than what we are interested in, getting down right upset, as if there is only one way to be in the lifestyle(sex and more sex and we want it right now)...guess that's what makes the world go round.

Utah's healthy counter culture! - The thread on the bar scene is what got me to thinking about starting this thread. - The thread on the bar scene is what got me to thinking about starting this thread. I was looking at all the stuff people in my friends list posted today on Facebook and in thinking about these friends it became apparent that quite a few here in Utah, that are married have at some point in their lives together, either shared a girlfriend or had a few sexual encounters with other couples they have met and yet they do not affiliate with the swingers scene or really consider themselves swingers. Most of our non religious single friends have casual sex on an ongoing basis. Non monogamy is becoming more and more widely considered normal and acceptable. I know for a fact that a few of our young and super sexy crowd, that used to be more active here online mostly hook up with people that never had a online profile here or anywhere because they do not see why they need one. I am not sure if on a national level this is true but here in Utah with our thriving "I'm not part of the theocracy" counter culture it seems that hooking up in a manner usually associated with swinging happens a lot and does not require associating with the swing scene for it to happen. What are your thoughts?

Lifestyle friendly couples therapist/counselor - Recommendations please - I have a number of clients who are professional therapists. Not sure how lifestyle friendly they would be. None are LDS so that's a plus as I imagine almost to a person most LDS therapists would across the board condemn the lifestyle in any way shape or form. One of the one's I know is gay so he might perhaps have a slightly more liberal view of alternative lifestyles but we've met people even in the gay community who were quite derogatory towards swinging. I think the best method of finding a lifestyle friendly therapist (besides, of course, asking here) would be to call a number of them anonymously and tell them flat out that you're swingers and that you intend to keep swinging and see what their reaction is. I think many will likely self select out of counseling you but I could be wrong. Good luck.

Bisexual - when did you know? - I knew before and it is the reason we are swingers. My husband and I are very new to the lifestyle even thourgh we have been talking about it for two years.Two years ago we started to noticed when watching porns that the women together made me hornier than anything.I was with a woman one time but we did not get to finish what we started. :( She went down on me but that was it.(My husband was watching.)Then she moved a few days later.Now we are trying to find a Bi-female to fulfill my fantasy of beening with a woman.:p

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