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Swingers circle - Whats with them - They continue to post parties yet it appears no one attends the parties and it just clutters up the party section? We have friends that drove down to th last party, only to find out it was cancelled because les than 5 RSVP d for it.

I find it hot if swingers went to my gym - gym - lol, ok. I'm asking this here because of all the gyms, I think nobody else has claimed it yet - anybody go to the 24 hr fitness down in Provo?

SANDPETE SWINGERS - Just created a Sandpete Swingers group - What? Great, now we have to drive all the way to Sanpete county just to see you two. Haha. Hope to see you around S & S!

Hot wife - - "My Saturday job involves quite a few liberal athletic co-workers..." Damned socialist swingers wanting FREE sex handouts! [em]Emo_84[/em] LOL

Meeting Couples - How to approach - We travel a lot and see couples we would be interested in getting with. Since we know of no way to determine if they are swingers does anyone have suggestions how to approach or bring up the subject> Ralph and Fae

STD/STI Testing - - [quote=ABCWOMAN]No, Toki, you are the Jackwagon! The way you responded to this thread is an obvious display of your lack of intelligence about this issue. Maybemor and others are just attempting to make this lifestyle a little safer for all involved. Not sure if you read much but there was a situation recently in Kansas City where a man and his wife were HIV Positive and managed to put a number of people at risk of contracting HIV, and these are supposedly "swingers" who know better. I've been to parties for over 4 years!! Not everyone uses condoms. Maybe you do! But even a condom isn't going to protect you against Herpes!! You always use latex with oral sex Toki.. hmm... probably not.. and guess what, you are putting yourself at risk for Herpes! Even if you get tested for Herpes you still are at risk. You could have contracted it on the weekend, go in on Monday get tested, the whole gamut of tests, get negatives on everything. Then two to three weeks later you come down with itchy bumps that turn into sores, oh shit, guess what.. yep.. you just were infected and are now positive for Herpes.. Why.. because you don't get it!!! The reason we need more people to talk about this is people are getting STD's on this site and others like it. I applaud Rob and his willingness to do what some of you may think is not needed. Toki is a prime example of why you don't play with just anyone! Sure you can't stop everything all the time, and frankly anytime you have sex with multiple partners it's a risk. But let's not be stupid folks, let's be careful. You only have this life to live, why fuck it up for yourself and the one you love because you are stupid? PS.. I wrote a long post a few months ago about our own experience with the STD issue. I received a number of posts about others who carry HSV2. Interesting thing is some of these people who have HSV2, DO NOT always tell their potential partners they have the disease. Why? PURE IGNORANCE or just they don't give a shit (which is worse). I want to make sure everyone knows, this is MR ABC who is writing this post.[/quote] Again, the voice of reason. (((K))) Do we need to remind people that if they don't want to read about a subject on the forum they do not have to click on it? But in the meantime, until all potential risks from having sex are wiped out, reminders to get tested, practice safe sex, and having open dialogues are not going anywhere. If it reading about hits a nerve perhaps you seriously need to ask yourself WHY. And then GET THE FUCK OVER YOURSELF. Kudos to MM for posting this. xox Tammy

What is wrong with being a bi male? - - I've always had trouble with the fact that as swingers we are supposed to be open minded and different from vanilla people but when it comes to bi men we are so homophobic, as a group. It's OK, more than OK for a woman to be bi but men have been shunned as bi, in the lifestyle for as long as I can remember and we've been in the lifestyle for about 18 years now. At a hotel after party in a room there were 8 of us and one person made a comment about one time he was doing a woman who wanted him to pull out and cum on her chest. When the time came he cummed at her chest and caught her husband on the stomach. This brought about several comments from the other men in the room none positive and one said that would do him in for the night... Shit happens when there are a bunch of people doing what feels good. What's the problem. As far as bi men go it has long been a stigma that they could or were more prone to disease than a guy who is not bi. Women, even bi women have stayed away from bi men because they think one has a better than average chance of catching some dred STD. While bi and gay men are in the forefront of the HIV thing bi men, in the lifestyle are, I would think, are quite a bit more careful about using protection and who they play with. From my comments some might think that I'm bi, bi curious, or other unknown by me phrase. I am basically straight but definitely not homophobic. Someone said here that when you are in a pile it doesn't matter who is giving head if it feels good....regardless of what sex they are. I've used this example many times on various sites we have been on. Men who are bi do not want to cross the line and try to turn straight guys. Most are quite respectful for your preferences. Now all we have to do is get the notion that they are somehow dangerous, i.e., STD wise and that they want to turn straight guys. Might be some but I've met a number of straight guys who we find are not that arrow straight when you get to know them. They'll tell you when they find out that you are friends regardless of their preferences. I think that through sites like these that bi men are becoming much less a thing to be shunned or afraid of. Remember that bi women are as much a threat to your manhood and as much a danger about STD's as bi men. Remember we are supposed to be OPEN MINDED in the lifestyle.

Single Poly guys/girls need to leave, We are swinger's! - poly vs swinging - This is from swingular lifestyle questions This is from swingular. SINGLE MALES Swinging is normally considered a couples' sport. Therefore, you are an accessory, not a necessity, for many. You will find that a good deal of couples do not want to entertain a single male for a plethora of reasons, and those that do enjoy the occasional single male are hesitant in correspondence. Guys, you must remember to use the manners your mother taught you! A lot of people have been turned off to single males because many are rude and presumptuous. This is the case of the majority ruining it for the few. We have seen every brand of rudeness in letters from single males, from "Hey, guy, I can show you how to f*** your wife right", to "I have a big c**k and I like to f*** for hours, and you'll love me", to "Let me have your wife for a while so I can rock her world." These are actually some of the tamer letters we have seen. Did they really think this would win anyone over? Unfortunately, this is why couples have developed the anti-single male syndrome. We do know that the good guys are out there, but few and far between. When we find them, we're elated! So for us (G and T) yes there are some great single males worth having around that we consider swingers. You have to sort through the trash to find them.

Swinger (7946437) Bracelets. Who wears them? - - [quote=NASTY4U2]I say everyone should just have one color. Talk to them if they are wearing the bracelet and if you don't click. It would be like not clicking on here. We only have a little of what were into or willing to try on our profile. So we talk with the other couple to find out. So its the same thing. Just in person.[/quote] I agree completely - one clearly identifiable color would do it. The object is to identify yourself as a Swinger to other Swingers - PERIOD! Once that's established, you can engage in conversation and work out the intricate details. The purpose is to connect with others through a common bond that identifies you as a member of the Lifestyle. There's NO need to advertise your preference for Coke over Pepsi, or chocolate over vanilla.

Where do you hang out? - Running into each other - We don't hang out there but we've heard that more than a few swingers like to frequent The Cliff Dining Pub in Draper. Not sure where it is or even if there ARE any cliffs in Draper but it sounds like a nice place for a drink. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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