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For some couples, the idea of having sex with anyone other than your spouse or longterm monogamous partner seems unfathomable. But believe it or not, it can, and there are more couples interested in doing it than you may realize. Below, four women get real about what their own swinging experiences were really like.
Remember that before you take the plunge on some new sexual activity, you and your partner want to talk things out and make sure you both feel emotionally and physically safe to move forward! My husband knew that I was bi-curious when we met, so on the anniversary of our first date, we decided to explore and went to a swingers club. Not all experiences were percent pleasurable, so we made an effort to have those conversations and keep the lines of communication open.
When you talk about [swinging] it makes it so much easier to discuss other issues in the relationship.
Also, you need to have conversations with your spouse or partner before you go into it. One day he forgot to log off the computer and I looked at his browser. I saw some sites that I was not familiar with, but I was appalled by what a saw.
Some time later, I confronted him about it. He explained to me what swinging was, but I furthered my knowledge by reading everything I could. I then told him that if he had just talked to me about it, it was something I could be open to.
Swinging changed me personally for the better. I exclusively date swingers now because I meet a much better class of men. They really honor and respect women. It will only make things worse. If you have a good marriage, dip your toes in the water. Attend a meet and greet or other event. The swinger couples I know have absolutely amazing marriages. Well… Everyone came up. It was packed and before I knew it, everyone was having sex all around me.
A lovely woman wanted to play with me and my boyfriend. I loved it. I loved watching him with her and having him watch me with her, and then both of us just getting lost in the whole experience. I loved the experience of being able to have sex outside of my relationship.
Swinging takes care of all of my sex needs. I really feel that it strengthens every relationship. Sex is recreational. I guess you could say that swinging has enriched my relationships and also enriched my life. They like to watch. In a swingers club, no really does mean no. You can explore any fantasy you have at a swingers club. I would suggest for first timers to try a larger club where there are lots of people. People who go to swingers clubs are normal people who you would never guess in a million years are swingers.
About 90 percent of people who swing are married with kids and just want to try walking on the wild side together. In the beginning, when I was younger, it felt awkward based on my inability to be assertive about my wants and needs.
It felt more like that group sex stereotype that you might see on TV or in porn… and definitely more male pleasure-centered. Compare it to the way your partner perceives things, and before you proceed, have an honest discussion. Overall, if you find yourself wanting to try this later on in life, go for it!
It may reawaken you and give you a sexual second wind. There are people of all ages, all body types, all colors, who come from a variety of backgrounds looking for like-minded people. Looking for a few new positions to shake up your bedroom routine? SheKnows is a part of Penske Media Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
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