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Q. What is swinging and who are swingers?

A. Swinging is a slang word in English which was originally used as an adjective (swinging parties, etc) but now regarded as an activity where there is sexual intercourse between two consenting adults for recreational, social or simply fun purposes. The people involved in this type sexual activity are usually married or engaged or friends who are looking for further stimulus or excitement while engaging in sexual intercourse with someone else. Swinging is not sex between people of similar sex and swingers can come from any social class, race, community and religion.

Q. What are the different types of swingers?

A. There can be several types of swingers: Couples Swingers as well as men and women swingers.

Q. Who started swinging?

A. It is believed that swinging started in the 1950s amongst the wealthy section of people in America, who learnt it from the army corps of pilots and soldiers who used to be absent from their wives and family for long periods of time during Second World War. It is believed that their comrades-in-arms started to look after their wives during the husband’s absence both emotionally and physically. This is how swinging started. In the 1960’s the first swinger’s organization called ‘Sexual Freedom League’ started in Berkeley California.

Q. What is meant by a swinger’s lifestyle?

A. Swinger’s lifestyle can be simple and uncomplicated where there is no place for remorse for lost love, pain of infidelity or grief over a failed relationship. Swingers give and receive sexual pleasure which gains strength from the open and frank communication which they have with their existing partners. Depending on the type of sexual activity preferred by the swinger, there are 3 common types of swinger’s lifestyles: soft, open and closed.

Q5. What are the immediate benefits of swinging?

A. Among the many benefits which can be accrued from a swinging lifestyle, the few most immediate are:

An instant opportunity to discover one’s own sexuality as well as sensuality.

Discover one’s own as well as spouse’s potentiality in terms of sexual prowess without engaging in lesbian or gay activity.

Becoming aware of the many techniques and avenues to derive maximum pleasure out of a sexual intercourse.

Chance of improving one’s own relationship with spouse or partner through more open communication and trust.

Q. Isn’t swinging like having an open extra marital affair?

A. No, it is not. Firstly, swinging is not about breaking a marriage or a steady relationship. Secondly swinging is based on complete trust and confidence, which is shared between a husband and wife or between sincere couples. While an extra marital affair hinges on infidelity and cheating behind a partner’s back, swinging is based on mutual consent and trust. Swinging is not intended to either repair a failed relationship or break a steady and trusted relationship. Swinging is undertaken after realizing each other’s sexual needs and desires and only after the concept has been mutually agreed between two consenting adults. Confidence and trust in each other are prime requisites in swinging, which is not the case with secret extra marital affairs.

Q. How can one meet another willing swinger?

A. Online dating, personal ads in news papers or exclusive swinging magazines and joining swinger’s clubs are convenient ways of meeting other potential and willing swingers. There are parties and events which are organized by other swingers at hotel ball rooms, at their homes, etc where you can meet other swinging couples.

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