Missouri Swingers on Swingular

Missouri Swingers

Missouri Swingers on Swingular

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Fun Couples Cruise - - Hi we are a couple from nh we know it is a long way from the salt lake area that most people on this site seems to be from.The wife and i are looking into takeing a cruise and are tossing around the idea of a swingers cruise but not sure if we want the expense and being locked in to everything to be about swinging we are hoping you could give us a bit more info on your plans for this cruise

Ugly people and swinging - - Considering that what attracts one person to another varies wildly from person to person, its amazing that you can make a blanket statement about "ugliness" and "attraction" which you clearly ASSume pertains to all swingers. Also just turning down a couple cuz you personally don't find both individuals in a couple attractive, without discussing with your partner whether or not they might be interested is just rude unless you are both bi and you know that well what they like. My .02 -SG

Single Guy Rant - Probably not for everybody - So I'm thinking, how bad must I look at 51?!? And another thing, how could I possibly meet someone out of the lifestyle whom I may introduce to swinging? I have found that the biggest issue with non-swingers is sex. I have thought that maybe it is just the cheating sex they don't like but I don't think that's gonna fly.

The stigma of single males - - [quote=RANDA4COUPLE][quote=OSTAR21]So why are single females called unicorn's when they don't even have a horn??? Seriously though, what is really frustrating being a single male is those people in the profile say they are looking for SM, SF, CPL, but are really not looking for single males and getting pissed off at us when it says they are seeking single males. Hey if you really don't want just any single male, then take the SM off your "seeking" then go and find the ones you want. At least we wouldn't be bothering you not knowing that you said you were seeking us, but really weren't. Take a minute and look at your own profile and if it says SM, and you are particular, or don't really want us, be king and remove it. Otherwise, those who are new to the site or lifestyle (been in it here for a long time) won't sour those of you who aren't looking for us, and those who are, may then get the emails, etc., knowing they are asking for them. Also if you are not interested in us have the kindness to at least replay and say no thanks. [/quote] this is the exact mentality we are talking about...we get 50 messages we might take five seriously...and yours we would not..no picture..and no that blurry thing is not a picture...we would peruse your profile and reject it immediately...if you are a single male on this site and hide your face or go without pictures it tells us 1 thing...this dude is probably not as single as his profile makes him sound...and this crap about being discreet because you are a professional doesnt get it either...if someones on here and sees your picture then they are doing the same damn thing you are...pretty unlikely they will out themselves in order to spite you.[/quote] When I was a Single Male in the Lifestyle, I did NOT have a public profile photo. But there were a number of them in my Private Album. Now that Geekgirl and I are a couple, there are no identifiable pics in our public album. Why? The majority of people who work in the education field have a morals clause in their contract. Being identified on a Swingers/Lifestyle site would be grounds for our immediate dismissal. As our profile states, we're more than willing to share our pics with others here - just ask. I assumed it was common knowledge that non members can find Swingular member public profile photos. Are we being OVERLY cautious? We'll take that chance. Are we missing out on opportunities by not having public photos? Yes, but I'd rather miss an opportunity to play than stand in an unemployment line.

seniors - why is it so difficult to find senior swingers or single ladies? - all i can say is WOW

Please Lighten up on Us. - Salt Lake City, Utah - The difference between swinging and cheating is that swingers know about and are OK with the sex going on outside the relationship. Beyond this basic definition, swinging means different things to different people. Each of us gets to figure out where our boundaries are - who we

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!

Trying new things . . . - Is it worth it? - We have met some great friends off swingular and AFF. The Key word is "meet". Meeting DOESN'T mean sleeping with..We have those that we play with and those that we don't. The great thing about having swingers as friends..You don't have to be all hush hush about sex.

Swingers dying out? - Is the utah swinger community dying or becoming to needy? - Yep, swinging's as dead as a doornail. We're thinking of taking up pornographic cross- stitching to fill the void. [em]Emo_96[/em]

Happy Thanksgiving - - Happy holidays to all you sexy swingers out there

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