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Single males, do you wonder why??? - - I will just use this thread to reemphasize a truism. People that don't learn the rules of being an active, functional swinger (whether they be unsuccessful single males, couples, or single females) won't last long in the Lifestyle. If you want to be a popular player, an ability to read others and satisfy their desires is the key to getting what you want. Online swing sites offer a medium to the dysfunctional wannabees to reach out and figuratively touch (as opposed to actually touching) the real swingers. I get obnoxious messages from wannabees from time to time as well, but I just ignore them.
SLC couple looking for single female - Husband and I want a threesome with unicorn - [quote=SIMONEMARKS]Sadly, it is difficult to find couples who share specific desires and limits. I am actually surprised at how few couples there are that just want the ladies to play while the men play with their partner only. It seems for the majority that full swap is the only way to enjoy the swing lifestyle.
I'm also a little disheartened at Evils response that makes it sound like you have to change your true interests and limits in order to really have fun.
Downtown's suggestion of finding a partner with a hall pass is good. I wonder how many hot-wifes out there want to play the unicorn.
You absolutely do not "have to change your true interests and limits in order to really have fun" but this is a swinger's site and you could reasonably expect that most people here are probably going to be swingers and into swapping partners.
The good news is that there are PLENTY of other sites out there where you might be able to find people more in line with what you're looking for. In addition to more general adult sites like AFF and the adult personals on Craigslist are sites that specifically cater to the so-called "hotwife lifestyle" (although most hotwifers we've met are more into the wife playing solo with other males rather than couples). And don't forget sites like Ashley Madison.
So by all means try to find what you're looking for on a swinger's site if that's what blows your skirt up but don't be terribly shocked if you have a bit of trouble finding people who want to play in the rather small corner of swinging that you want to play in. It's kind of like joining a touring motorcycle club and being upset that nobody else there seems to be very interested in vintage Italian scooters.
Do Swingers Like Strippers - - my wife use to do full nude entertainer in south salt lake at paradise befor the got shut down by south salrt lake
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Condoms - To use or not to use? - Yes I agree, I see way too many pics on here with no condom use. R U KIDDING? When we went to Swingers club, here in Miami, we saw people having sex without them. TOO high risk for us. NO condom, no play.... To each its own, but, BE CAREFUL.
Swingers now officially a high risk group for STDs and STIs - Do your own research - The only logical solution for anyone worried about STD's is to stop swinging. If one is not that concerned then party on.
Black Ring, Right Hand - How to tell if someone's a swinger - We used to go to the occasional lifestyle takeover/trip and would invariably be issued a wristband upon arrival so that we could get into events at the hotel or resort. It usually took about half a day for word to leak out, first among hotel employees and then later the general public, that swingers were around the area and that they could be identified by their wristbands. I guarantee if the black ring thing took off that very soon there would be multiple internet stories as well as likely regular news outlets that "swingers" wear black rings on their right hands and there goes any anonymity. The VAST majority of swingers would then not dare wear the accessory for fear of being seen/identified in public as a swinger. MUCH easier to just attend private swinging events where you have a reasonable assurance that all or most in attendance are indeed swingers rather than spend a lot of time cruising the bars or whatever looking for people wearing black rings. [em]Emo_67[/em]
420 - - [quote=LEHICPL4FUN][quote=VAGABONDS]Are drugs really only a concern when they are illegal? Where do we draw the line on the other side of things? We know plenty of people who have had major addiction and personality issues with drugs they were prescribed. Are they drug free? I'm sure many people on this site have issues with alcohol, but I'm guessing they take a pass purely on syntax. Alcohol is legal, so it isn't a SCARY DRUG right? We all use different substances in our lives, some are more concerning than others. Someone who has Chlamydia is obviously not disease free, just like a cannabis user is obviously not drug free. I would expect someone who was told someone else was drug free only to find they are a pot smoker to feel lied to, because they clearly were. Maybe a more clear question to ask might be "Do you consider cannabis use a downside when searching for swinging partners?" rather than the literal "Do you consider marijuana to be a drug?".[/quote] The answer there is yes, absolutely I consider the use of pot a downside when looking for other swingers. The reason for this is because I do not want to be put into a situation where it is brought out and I get annoyed and leave. House parties are one thing because you do not always know the people coming, however searching out people we are in more control of running into this issue.[/quote]
We all place certain restrictions on what we will or will not accept in our play partners.
Over half the profiles on Swingular say they won't play with smokers.
Others show preferences in sexual orientation, race, etc.
What would be so difficult about keeping yourself from being put into a "situation" when all you have to do is voice your concerns to either your host or your guests?
If a potential host says there may be pot smoking - don't go.
If a potential guest can't refrain from smoking pot against your wishes - don't invite them.
When searching for a potential swing partner, there will most certainly be other issues addressed in advance - why not marijuana? Surely that can't be your only deal breaker.
If you ask and they admit to being pot smokers, don't swing with them. What could be easier than that?
OK, so marijuana is a drug - I'll give you that.
Would you be equally offended if someone were to take their asthma "DRUG" at the same party?
What about oxycodone for the pain from their recent back surgery?
Drugs - all.
We're all adults here, and I would HOPE no one is or will be offended by anything anyone has to say in this open exchange.
I'm certainly not - nor is it my intention to offend anyone else.
Party Etiquette - How do people manage risks? - Mr here. So, the party that we went to before Halloween was a good party. It seemed much like another orgy that I participated in a few years ago, except this time I had Ms. Honeybunny with me :) That made me a little more aware of how people were interacting with each other, and I have a few questions about etiquette in those situations.
Obviously, protection is important for a number of reasons, and pretty much everybody there was using condoms, cleaning toys after use, etc.
However, one thing that I did not notice anybody using was dental dams or any kind of protection for oral sex. In a world where 70% of Americans have some form of herpes, for example, how do you deal with the risk of contracting it if you don't? Or what if you have other STDs? I would hope that if you have a temporary STD like chlamydia you would avoid lifestyles events until it cleared up, but nobody was talking about it. What if you have a more permanent STD, like the herpes mentioned above? Or AIDS? Or HPV? Two of those are really common, but also relatively harmless; do people just assume that other swingers do/don't have them or that the risk in not meaningful? I didn't really hear anybody talking about it, but I"m not sure if that's unusual or not. What's the typical protocol for situations like that?
Also, now that I'm thinking about it. What would be the protocol if you DID pick something up from an event?
western slope colorado swingers - trying to find fellow swingers - Just wait till 2013 and they will cum lmao.
Peta....are you a fan? - Their "State of the Union" message. - "If you do not wish to read or write in topics outside of the realm of swinging, then you shouldn't adventure in those areas. Just my two cents."
Could not agree more, you will never see me writing in one of the "poke your fellow swinger's in the eye posts"
And just for the record "Mr. TR" I've read some of your "rants" and probably agree 97.2 of everything you say "Politically".
But my thinking is there's about 16 million places to "Get Political" on the Web..... Why choose a group which accounts for about 2-5 percent of the U.S. population (including YOU) to pick a fight?
Why post in a "little pond" of a bunch of swingers?..