12 of the Pro’s and Con’s to swinging and the Adult Alternative Lifestyle, Compersion, Trust, Friendship, Relationships, Jealousy, Fear, Insecurities, we discuss them all to give you a better insight to the swing scene
Do you ever get confused by all the swinger terms or get embarrassed when someone refers to something you don’t understand? Well, get educated, we explain them all here
The world of BDSM contains not only its own sex acts (Is smelling a foot sex? Sure, if it gets you off!), but its own highly-robust vocabulary, too. Since all that terminology can be intimidating for newcomers, let’s start with the basics: “BDSM” stands for bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism—the core pillars of kinky fun. Beyond that, there’s a whole language to describe the consensual power exchange practices that take place under the BDSM umbrella. Whatever you’re into, just make sure to snuggle and practice lots of aftercare when it’s all said and done, especially if anyone involved is a painslut and needs ice after some impact play.
Swinging is not as underground as it used to be but there is a a stigma attached. I know many swingers that are living the swinging/kinky life on the weekends as horny sex addicts having plenty sex, swapping partners and experimenting in every bi/pansexual dynamic they can get away with but then they go home to the kids and act like monogamy is the only way to be!
We all have our sexual fantasies. Some of us get more creative with our fantasies then others- whips & chains, masks, role playing, fucking a random girl on the subway, in the park, in a cab, in the movie theater… the list goes on and on.