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Before you learn about swinging and the risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) it might interest you to know the different types of swinging activities which one can get involved in. This will give you a fair idea of the chances of contracting such virus. The different types of activities which a swinger can indulge in are:

Exhibitionism: When you are having sex with a partner while being watched.

Soft Swap: kissing, stroking, or having oral sex with a third or fourth person. Soft swap can be indulged in while in a threesome, group sex, or the literal swapping of partners.

Full Swap: When you are having penetrative vaginal sex with someone other than your partner. While this is the most common definition of swinging, this need not be the most common type.

Group Sex or orgies: When there is sexual intercourse involving multiple partners in the same room.

Of course, there are swinging activities which involve threesome, couple to couple or even bi-sexuality.

Since all of these activities involve penetration, the common question which can crop up in your mind is what about swingers and STDs? While everyone can enjoy swinging it is also the swingers’ responsibility to practice safe swinging where matters of health and hygiene are of paramount importance. While you must ensure that the partner you have having sex with is free from any disease, you must always insist on wearing condoms irrespective of the type of sex you are having (oral, anal or vaginal).

While there is always a remote possibility of contracting any of the STDs, the fact of the matter is that most of the STDs are curable if diagnosed at the right time though some STDs are incurable and can remain with you for the rest of your life. Some of these STDs may even be life-threatening; here is a list of STDs which can remain with you for life, if you are not cautious:

Hepatitis B (HBV)

Genital Herpes (HSV)

Aids (HIV)

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

Genital Warts

Chlamydia

Gonorrhea

Syphilis

The best and probably the easiest way to prevent STDs from spreading during swinging, is to wear condoms each and every time you have sex. Make it a practice to keep condoms handy at all times whenever you are attending a swingers’ party or event. This way not only do you remain safe, but ensure safety for your partner too.

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