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wanting to play - 3 some or more? - It's your zip code. Everyone knows there are no swingers in Rigby. The hotbed of swinging in Southeast Idaho is Rexburg and St. Anthony...and possibly the greater Malad/Preston metro area. If it were me I'd put a personals ad in the BYU-Idaho student paper or the jobs board in the student resources center. Something along the lines of "Hot sexy couple seeks young nasty co-ed as live in love slave and sex toy. References required. Please sext a naked pic and a list of your fav postions and kinks to TATTOOCOUPLE11."

Habits tonight? - - It's a public dance club that swingers occasionally frequent, It's not a club for swingers . It has it's fair share of aggressive single guys if that's what you looking for !

Administrator doesn't Verify Single Males - Is that fair? - [quote=ILLUSTRATOR]Anyone who sees the "Real" symbol as an endorsement isn't thinking straight. My sense all along has been that the Real symbol means that you are who you say you are, not a 17 yo with their own debit card and a strong libido. I use the Real symbol to know if the profile is the person in the pictures and that they aren't someone who just started an account for some other purpose than it is meant for. When I started with Swingular, I had someone contact me with some off-the-wall comments. When I shot them down, they started another account and tried with a different tactic. Couples, Single males, will do the same. Not all, but some. Those single males who are who they say they are, should be allowed that verification. This dis-verification of single males punishes those who are playing by the rules. Now, those couples who would only meet up with a Verified single male will be more hesitant. "Will he be that one who keeps stalking my profile? Will he be the one that was violent when we saw him last?" We don't know because NO single males will be verified. In my opinion, the verification process should be that the person is who they say they are, not some person who buys new profiles every time they're denied by the object of their obsession. I, for one, will be less inclined to accept a friend request from a single male, now. [/quote] Good points, but in reality a married posing as single guy or gal for what it's worth can manage to show up to a meet and greet and say they are single. Maybe endorsement is not the right word. Certify is too strong. Verify, that someone is what they purport to be is still difficult. At what point can you say that you "verified" someone as "Real"? If two people, saying they are a couple, swinging together, meet us at a swingers event, or for coffee, or dinner or whatever, we are frankly, more likely to believe them at face value. Yes collusion is still possible. Yes they could both be married and cheating together. Yes one of them might be a married scoundrel and the other a prostitute. Yes they might be a couple of news anchors, with a hidden camera hidden behind a mirror. Never-the-less, when we meet with a couple, we tend to believe they sort of "verify" one another. Comments say more than being verified as "Real".

Wife sharing - Let’s see some fun adventures - Swingers cove at deer creek? A real thing?

TOUGH MUDDER - We're putting together a team for a Tough Mudder - Ihorus- My partner and I lament the fact that so many of the swingers in our area don't seem to want to stay lean and mean. If we were closer, we would jump on Board.

MFM Threesome Etiquette - MFM Threesome Etiquette - In some circles the husband gets treated just like every other male in the group and in some they get special privileges. If it is something you worry about then discuss it first. A man may not be homophobic but that does not mean that he wants to suck your husband off either. So consider this, if both men ware condoms it removes a potential problem and the discussion is not necessary. Remember that for many swingers it is not a matter of pregnancy or a matter of safe play but what we simply like or dislike. Etiquette is about how we interact with others and that interaction is not always logical, especially when it comes to sex. It should be OK for anyone to politely say that something is out side their comfort zone without offending the others in a group setting. There are things that can be done in a MFM that simply can not be done as a couple. If you want to have the best sex then you need to speak up and guide your BF and Husband some and let them experiment some. If you do not let them know what you desire then you may not get it. If you decide that you like or you don

Rooftop Resort - - Hit both of them (The Rooftop and Haulover) a number of years ago. The Rooftop was a little bit seedy to us. We're not hotel snobs by any stretch of the imagination but it was a little run down when we were there. Haulover was kind of trippy. DEFINITELY no kind of swinger vibe at all there. We were there with another swinger couple and hoped it would be a little bit sexier but there were a fair number of families there and at least one with young-ish teenage girls, so it felt a little bit uncomfortable since we are swingers are not nudists. FWIW....

It's an age, old, question. - No, I'm NOT 94.... - Meh. Fuck who ya wanna fuck and don't fuck who ya don't wanna fuck. It's all about mutual attraction and we all get to decide what parameters we will incorporate in choosing fuck partners. Be it age, common interests, body size/shape, or just simply sexual attraction. We can't help but remember when we were n00bs and people would occasionally get upset when we didn't want to fuck them. We called it the "You're a swinger, I'm a swinger." syndrome and it boiled down to some people not taking polite rejection well. We were often accused of not being "real swingers" if we didn't hop into the sack with someone simply because they also happened to be swingers, regardless of mutual attraction. People all too often seem to get butt hurt very easily simply because someone declines to bump uglies with them. Put on your big boy (or girl) panties, pick yourself up and move on. There are FAR worse things in this world than a particular person or persons not wanting to have sex with you. If someone rejects your sexual advances just give them a polite curtsey, a little wink and tap dance off the stage. Rant over....Seacrest out!

Monogamish - - Seems like a day doesn't go by without a new article on the high failure rate of traditional monogamous relationships and the "new" trend toward open relationships. Are swingers ahead of the curve or is this all just new age hooey? [url=https://www.yahoo.com/health/should-we-all-be-in-monogamish-relationships-109895587302.html]Monogamish[/url]

Habits: Vanilla or Not? - How to tell the difference? - [quote=DANDDMONTREAL]We went to Habits last night because multiple people have mentioned that it's a place that Utah lifestylers like to frequent. As we expected, it was generally difficult to tell the difference between lifestylers and vanillas (though we did recognize a few people from various events). We have no interest in offending a vanilla by making undesired advances. Nor are we looking to flip vanillas. That's just not our thing. We're really only interested in meeting stable couples that have experience in the lifestyle. So the obvious question is, what tricks do people have for differentiating lifestylers from vanillas at Habits?[/quote] This has been asked here many times before... here's what it boiled down to: 1) You can't tell by looking. 2) If you really want to know, you'll have to ask them. 3) Despite the fact that maybe 5% to 10% of the people there are swingers on any given weekend, it's not a swinger club, so if you're trying to meet swingers, it's very inefficient. Sorry.. wish there was a better answer.

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