Some people are born to swing as they see all relationships as open and meet a like-minded lover that shares their philosophy. However, some take more gentle steps into the world of swinging, using it as a way to spice up their sex lives without the deceit of an affair. As both partners usually partake in the swinging, consciences are often clear, allowing both males and females a chance to enjoy other people without suffering the jealousy and blame that usually applies. Singles and couples can both partake in swinging, however single women are more sought after than single men.
A Beginner’s Guide To Swinging: 5 Easy Steps
A 7-Step Beginner's Guide To Swinging (Go Ahead! Be Kinky!) | Mike Hatcher | YourTango
For starters, we all know what swingers are right? Swinging is kind of like polyamory, but more heteronormative and traditional, having existed since forever. Swinging is great if you want to spice up your sex life or find a new sexual experience that you can share with your partner. Another important talking point to discuss with your partner is how you want to swing. There are all types of options according to your budget, from simple swinging neighborhood parties to more expensive ones like swinging cruises. Is it okay for your partner to stay behind without you or will you both be leaving?
A Beginner’s Guide to Swinging
So you think you are ready to swing? Possibly, your significant other has been talking about it. What are the options? Are there rules?
Maybe you and your partner are curious about hooking up with another person and their partner. How do you talk to your partner about it as you go? How do you meet other couples who might be into you—and when you do, what do you say to them, and then how do you actually, you know, fuck them?