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 Posted on Apr 28th
Blaaaaxx
age 38
Leicester

silverstreaks said:
Swinging, sometimes referred to as the swinging lifestyle, is a non-monogamous subculture, treated much like any other social activity, that can be experienced as a couple. The phenomenon of swinging (or at least its wider discussion and practice) may be seen as part of the sexual revolution of recent decades, which occurred after the upsurge in sexual activity made possible by the prevalence of safer sex practices during the same period. Swinging was once referred to as wife swapping, but the use of this term has been criticised as androcentric and as inaccurately describing the full range of sexual activities in which swingers currently may take part in today's society. It reflects the origins of swinging of actually swapping wives.


wow
That was a VERY well defined reply, with extreme overtones of good English skills lol
Thank you xx

I think you have answered the question in a similar way to how i would have myself xx
Thank you loads for that x

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If there is anyone out there that could maybe develop this in more detail? Then please do... I mean, how much of a social side is there to your personal activities? As your personal ethical and moral stance had to be changed to fit into the society? or as your mentality at all changed because of swinging?

If possible could someone reply about the social side of swinging, from a person actually living the lifestyle themselves

Thank you in advance

Daz xxxxx

 
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 Posted on Apr 28th
silverstreaks
age 54
Knowsley

Swinging, sometimes referred to as the swinging lifestyle, is a non-monogamous subculture, treated much like any other social activity, that can be experienced as a couple. The phenomenon of swinging (or at least its wider discussion and practice) may be seen as part of the sexual revolution of recent decades, which occurred after the upsurge in sexual activity made possible by the prevalence of safer sex practices during the same period. Swinging was once referred to as wife swapping, but the use of this term has been criticised as androcentric and as inaccurately describing the full range of sexual activities in which swingers currently may take part in today's society. It reflects the origins of swinging of actually swapping wives.

 
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 Posted on Apr 27th
Blaaaaxx
age 38
Leicester

& I would love to try it oneday
Don't get me wrong i have taken part in a orgy and a few 3 sums - but as far as i know swinging is a life style, right? So just to have a few amazing experiences don't count

So, would someone like to define the word swinger for me? How do you see it? IS it as simple as a couple looking for other couples? or is there more to it?

Thanks :D
Daz xx

 
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