You either are or are not homosexual, and your spouse is or is not a sex-positive person that might be attracted to the swinging lifestyle. The preceding paragraph was for men, who are interested in asking their partner to join the lifestyle, and for women, who may be discreetly looking this up. Many times it is actually the lady that introduces swinging to her husband. If you want to learn how to introduce the possibility of swinging to your sex-positive partner so you can openly communicate your preferences, keep reading. Hopefully you are in a great relationship.
Convincing Your Partner to Swing
10 Pros & Cons of Swinging
This is all part of the joy you may experience in learning and deepening your relationship through swinging. If you want to jump to the cons, click here. This is my favorite pro because it brings the topic of sex off the shelf and pushes it to the front of the line. Being able to discuss those desires in a loving and nonjudgmental atmosphere only deepens and strengthens the love between the partners. I love when John and I can sit and discuss fantasies with each other or have deep conversations about how grateful we are to have such a satisfying sex life with each other. Whether you are in a long-term marriage or just starting your relationship, swinging is a perfect avenue to experiment with different erotic fantasies. Each new partner provides a slightly different prism in which to see sex.
Everything You Need To Know About Swinging
BONDAGE: A sexual fetish in which restraints such as ropes, chains, cloth or leather straps are used to bind, tie or hold a participating sexual partner. The person doing the binding is considered "dominant" while the person being bound is considered "submissive. Provides a maximum of privacy.
You order a bottle of wine, wait for your appetizers and flirt with one another seductively under the table. After the meal is complete, you head to a bar where you meet another attractive couple. As you both chat and catch-up, the conversation turns a bit R-rated.