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The road less traveled less tested - Is swinging still in its infancy and what is it anyway? - [quote=EVILDOERS]Jesus Titty Fucking Christ! Anyone have the CliffsNotes for this bad boy? Or maybe someone can put it on Books on Tape? [em]Emo_67[/em] [/quote] It just goes to prove that swingers do not necessarily get more sex. Apparently he has not had any lately. Will some one please give that man a head job.

BDSM and Swingers? - Where does BDSM fit in the swingers' world... your thoughts and experiences? - Our experience (almost 30 years in the lifestyle) is that the kink community and the swinging community don't mesh all that well. Sure there are some swingers who are into BDSM but by far most people who practice BDSM aren't swingers and more than a few actually look down on swingers (funny, if you think about it) for having consensual sex with multiple partners (with or without whips and chains). We've dabbled in very light BDSM a time or two and found that it DEFINITELY isn't our thing and other than maybe a little spank on the ass during doggy style sex it isn't the thing for about 99.9% of the swingers we've met. But look around a bit and you'll find a few swingers who like to play act BDSM on occasion and perhaps even a few who actually practice it as a lifestyle along with their swinging.

does anyone else go through periods of doubt? - as to whether this lifestyle is what they want? - This is a 'lifestyle' and there are many different types of people in it. The definition of a swinger has changed drastically and the description you provided still falls into that definition. A lot of people choose this lifestyle because of it's openness and sexual energy. You don't have to have sex with everyone you meet to be a swinger or be in the lifestyle. Selectivity is a virtue and you have the right. Most swingers rarely hook up with others until they find the 'right' situation. But that doesn't make you less of a swinger than those who do every weekend. Remember, to each his own!

trying to pick a place to honeymoon - - I would say it depends on what kind of weather and scenery you want. If you want mountains for hiking/camping/skiing and that sort of thing, pick Utah. If beaches and such are more your thing, pick Florida. Both have great groups of swingers as far as what I know via here on Swingular. Personally, if I could have a honeymoon (we eloped and skipped that whole deal), I pick Hawaii. :P

People Who Try Too Hard - - Whoever could you mean??? LOL http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/forum http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/conversationalist If there is an ongoing debate in the forum (it's usually called a discussion... The very point of a forum), then wouldn't you agree that the likelihood of someone involved in a conversation, posting more than one time, is pretty damn good? Ask yourselves, how many one sentence or one statement conversations have you had in life? People who enjoy or seek this in forums are called "conversationalists". It's not wrong to get to know others. That is, after all, the reason we are all here. The poster puts their view out and the reader can decide whether they agree, disagree or desire to further discuss or elaborate on their side. It's like a dance of the minds. Some like the waltz, some like salsa, while others like a Mosh Pit. Just because you don't mosh doesn't mean that you should attempt to deny others of enjoying it. Tolerance is what I am getting at. I am a self-proclaimed asshole, but I still have the right to express myself. I have differing views from lots of people here. That's what I find to be beautiful about people. We are all unique in some form or another. It's uncovering those uniquities, I find to be the "buried treasures" among the vast diversity of people that post here. It's a small window into their being. You don't always like what you see, but it's still there no matter how much you complain. It's like those who had DJQ kicked off of here. I hated his views and all for which he stood, but in the end all he was guilty of was written expression of his view. Many wanted his head to roll and had him removed. Why? Because he didn't agree. Hell, he attacked my very service to this country. I hated his views. However, I still think he had the right to speak his heart. Admittedly, The forum became slightly less exciting after he left. The majority who read the forum remember what a prick he was, but they do remember him. He contributed to the conversation, no matter how skewed we felt his leftist position to be. I'll close my post with this... We are swingers... Don't you think people would disagree with our lifestyle choices, our views on marriage and the morale implications (if you are religious)? Furthermore, doesn't it all come down to personal choice. Just like you have the choice not to read this very post. :-) Just my thoughts, nothing more. Respectfully, -Mr TR- P.S. I whole-heartedly invite you to tell me to fuck off for my differing view. :-)

How do you identify other LS folk in the wild? - - People aware of the lifestyle, who are not in the lifestyle, that we know, seem to think that some of the people who go to Club 90 are swingers. They knew about Habits too. I don't think that very many outside the swinger's community, seem to even know the Moose exist. As for jewelry or accessories that swingers might use to subtly self disclose, I don't think they have any thoughts on the subject. We are out numbered, even though our numbers are growing. It's possible, and maybe even probable, that there are more people out there, who wear black rings, or anklets, or toe rings, that have no idea what they might suggest to swingers, than there are swingers, wondering if their jewelry selection means, that these people swing. Recently, I bought Mrs. Delicious a nice, long scarf, with sort of subtle silhouettes on each end, of a naked woman, sitting on a naked man's lap with her arms wrapped around his back, and her legs wrapped around his waist. If you look close it is a couple having sex. If you don't it's just a design with colors that go well with the majority of the scarf. If the scarf is hanging with the ends sort of in folds, it's hard to make sense the silhouettes. If she makes sure the ends are flattened out then, if you look, it's obvious. So, let's say we go out, and someone seems to be interested, and looking our way, and maybe we are interested too. She can flatten the ends out. If someone seems to be looking at the design with approval, and it just so happens, that the scarf is draped over her braless breast, to concealing her nipples, that would otherwise, be quite visible, through her shear shirt; and one or both of her nipples end up out from under the scarf, well there you go. Really a scarf, and a shear shirt, is probably enough, but the design is also fun.

Swinging "Lifestyle" - Swinging "Lifestyle" - Nearly all of our friends and business associates are in the lifestyle or have been at one point. An honest percentage would be about 90% of people we know are swingers or involved in it to some capacity. Still not sure it would be called a lifestyle because we enjoy many relations outside of sex with these people.

venting - laugh a little - [quote=ALL_TEASE_N_PLEASE]Just because you can see it doesn't give you three ok to touch, without asking![/quote] Touching without asking is one of my things as well. I get it all the damn time. However, My friends are just fine doing it. You know who you are!! Hugs!!! (those random gropings never helps you get in the game.) Also because I am nice does not mean I want to play. I am nice to everyone. I love tons of people but, there is a certain time for everything. Just cause we are swingers does not mean we want everyone. Use your words not your body! Just saying!!! hahaha

Friends and Fun - Friends and Fun - Sounds like you two are looking for about the same thing as most swingers on here. I know we have always look for friends mainly and sex/playing is just an added bonus to us.

That Moment - - We have done that many times. We will sit at the Mall and watch people and ask each other are they swingers or not lol.

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