How To Swing

How To Swing

Swinging, or “the Lifestyle,” is becoming increasingly popular with couples. It’s when you and your partner have sex with other couples or individuals, either at organized events or private parties. Everything is 100% consensual from both partners and swinging has been proven to help strengthen some relationships in many ways. For instance, one partner might want to explore certain sexual fantasies which their lover isn’t into, so swinging lets them indulge that fantasy without cheating. Other couples have sex with different people so they can learn new techniques or just widen their experience, which makes them better in bed with their regular lover. But it can be tricky to know if swinging is right for you. Also, how do you even approach the subject with your wife or girlfriend?

How to bring it up

It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been together or how well you think you know your lover, swinging is never an easy subject to broach. In fact, the longer you’ve been in a relationship, the trickier it can be, because your lover will wonder why it’s taken so long for you to mention it. Don’t just steam on in and say “I want to try swinging,” you need to be more subtle. Perhaps say that you read something in the newspaper and you were wondering about what her views were. Or you could tell her that you saw a TV program that claimed most women have fantasies about swinging, so is this true for her? Gauge her reaction and trust your instinct about whether you can pursue the subject further.  […]

via How To Swing — Naughty Lifestyle Guide

5 Questions To Ask Before You SWING

#4 is very important!

Cassidy London

People often ask those of us in the lifestyle how we knew we were ready to swing. The short answer is that like anything else, you just don’t know until you try it. This is of course true but….honestly, though there is a lot more to it than that 😉 Want a more in-depth answer? Start here with these 5 questions to ask both yourself and your partner before you swing. 

#1 What do you think it means?

The uninformed often think it’s about 1970’s style wife swap parties or sleazy mass orgies with strangers. The reality of modern day swinging couldn’t be farther from that image at all. Many times the players do know each other (to a varying degrees) and there’s a great sense of mutual respect within the community. Nothing sleazy about it. Period.

You’re also not a swinger because of that one crazy night in college…

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