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Newbies looking for swingers club - - We are new to the lifestyle and want to try it out. We are planning on going to either Sapphire Lounge in Jupiter, FL or Trapeze Club in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on Saturday Sept. 5, 2009 We are looking to hook up with single ladies, so we were wondering which club would be better. Any suggestions? Thanks so much in advance for any responses! Happy Couple

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

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 !

Just a little friendly advise to most single male swingers. - Male swingers - [quote=BENZ41]Single Swinging Males: Staying Thirsty My Friends from one swinger to another: This article will definitely not apply to all single males, but if you do take offense to this then you are the rude, pushy, insensitive single male that has no clue that swinging is good adult fun and not your personal way getting access to

single female - - I haven't seen many single female wants couple sort of things. (believe me, I looked) Basically, here's the jist of single female-ism. They don't want more drama than they already have. They don't want to fall in love with a person they can't have. They don't want some jealous person/former lover stalking her to try and beat the tar out of her. If a single woman wants a fun, one night fling, she dresses pretty and sits on a barstool. Thats her advertisement. One of my guy friends says if you want to find a woman for the night, go to a sleazy bar and look for the one in the sluttiest outfit, with the brightest lipstick, who is getting loud and drunk, calling attention to herself. Or, go to the nicest place in town, sit at the bar and look for the woman who is nursing one drink, in a short skirt or dress, who is looking all over the room, trying to make eye contact. Apparently it works for him. Single female swingers? I agree, urban legend.

Webchat - a question - Wow. Poet, thanks for your invigorating post. I found it both thought provoking and alarming. Quick hint though - Spell check. Type your post in Word or something before you post it. As for the webcam part of this - good Lord, can't we all just have fun? Since when do swingers follow rules? The webcam chat is supposed to be fun, isn't it? I view it much more like a large hot tub - clothing is optional, however there should never be any pressure to do anything else (from me, anyway). I will always offer my window to a lady while I'm in the room, because it's polite. It has nothing to do with who is going to show what, who is going to fuck whom - it has to do with basic decency. Is it really that hard to understand? Guys, be gentlemen and offer up your space. Guys, don't be dicks, and don't pressure the ladies into doing something they don't wanna do. There. if you can't understand that, go back to Canada. Mr. Coupleinsoutahcounty

Any advice? - Recent birthday brings changes..... - So...having just recently turned 93 years of age, I have a few questions. 1. I enjoy the meet and greets but thinking it is going to be more and more difficult to find a "parking" spot for my walker when I'm out "break" dancing. 2. Are swingers really kind enough to help me up off the dance floor after I "break" something, and get tired of "peeking up skirts?" 3. What are the chances of a pretty girl actually getting close enough to me to allow such a peek? And, finally... 4. Is there ANY real chance I'm still gonna get any "action" here? I have lots of popcycle sticks and rubber bands..so that isn't an issue. I have a hot 42 year old wife to reward anyone that helps.... Ahhh..so many concerns...and questions. Maybe it's just time to "hang up the spats" and stick with the nurses in the ER for the extra curricular stuff.... ~Mr TiffnD~

When You're Shopping the Scene... - - Yeah, it'd be kinda cool if there actually WAS some kind of universal accessory or a signal that swingers could use to ID each other out in the vanilla world. And many have tried over the years but nothing has ever really caught on (back in the day, more than a few women wore necklaces of an apple with a bite out of it). And even if something DID actually catch on, and people wore it or whatever to identify other swingers, how long do you think it would take for the internet to make that fairly common knowledge? We went to a swinger's convention in San Diego a number of years ago. The group had taken over the entire hotel and property and nobody was allowed in without a special wristband. It took about 4 hours for most of the hotel staff to learn what those wristbands meant. By the next day, people at nearby hotels, restaurants, and shopping centers had heard the news and as you passed people they would glance at you and then immediately glance down at your wrist. By that evening, most of the swingers were becoming so self-conscious that they were attempting to hide the wristbands beneath watches and bracelets. A few even pulled them off their wrists, if they were loose enough, and then put them back on when re-entering the property. So, as nice as it would be to know for sure who other swingers are, it would kinda defeat the purpose of what many of us state in our profiles...that we're discreet. I suspect that about 10% (if even) would wear a black ring and about 90% wouldn't for fear of being outed as swingers. YMMV

Out Tonight - - it is friday night shouldnt everyone be out? I mean what sort of swingers are we all? lol

When does interest become pushy??? - - I've been thinking of this topic a lot since it first came out. I appreciate all of the comments made. EVILDOERS said, "Confidence is sexy", and I agree. I see a coupe of things here worthy of comment. First, in this game, women are totally in control. Sex is probably the strongest power position they have. All men want it, women control it. When they say no, or not interested, it's the end of the line for a man. HOW they say it is different. And how a man receives the rejection is different. Anybody who knows me social or professionally would never characterize me as shy. I'm outspoken and engaged most of the time. Because I've been rejected less than politely for advances in the swingers scene before, and after a lot of retrospection didn't deserve the rudeness of the rebukes, I'm a little more reserved, maybe even gun shy. The fact is, in this lifestyle, no matter how good you are, sooner or later you're going to get rejected. The person doing the rejecting may have had a bad day and be less than polite, but it also could be that you're not handling rejection well. Recently at a meet and greet I made an advance that seemed more than just welcomed, almost asked for, but was politely refused. I misread the signals, obviously. That happens to all of us at some time or another. The lady was polite in her refusal, and I think that's the key. I think at some time or another we all will give signals that welcome an advance, but do so in error. When an advance comes that we don't want we can reject it, but doing so politely is key. It's simple common courtesy. If the person making the advance persist, then something stronger may be necessary. Again, common courtesy would be to desist when told to do so. It's all about treating people with respect. We're in this lifestyle to be sexually connected with others. Advances are generally, but not always, welcome and expected. We need to be polite and respectful in both our advances and rejections, whichever side we're on. Mr. Sexperimentors

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