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Swinging Tips and Advice For Beginners

September 14, 2017

Swinging Tips and Advice For Beginners

Swinging Tips and Advice For Beginners

For decades, swinging has been popular amongst many couples in the UK looking to share their sex life with others, and now it's on the rise again. Plenty of couples find that it injects a whole new level of fun to their relationship, and often it serves as a catalyst to reignite their faltering sex life together.



For the uninitiated, swinging is the practise of swapping partners with another couple for one night of fun. A lot of people enjoy it because it allows them a different sexual experience, but since it happens with another couple it doesn't stray too far out of most people's comfort zones in sleeping with someone other than their partner.

For couples who have been together for a long time and might have forgotten what their dating days were really like, swinging can be a real confidence booster. Just knowing that someone other than their partner still finds them sexually attractive can work wonders for their self esteem, and can lead to a renewed passion in sex with their partner.

Finding another couple for swinging might have been risky business in the past, but thanks to the internet it couldn't be easier. There are numerous sites now dedicated to bring couples together for a liaison, in virtually every part of the country. If you and your partner are interested in swinging, you should first talk things through with each other to settle on what will suit both of you. As swinging becomes more and more popular, your choice of couples increases, so by putting a little time and research into things you're sure to find another couple who are just right for you.

You should also come to an agreement on where you would like the encounter to take place. While you might want to start things off in a safe environment like your own home or a hotel room, you could eventually move on to something more adventurous. Many people enjoy dogging, where you have sex in your car in a semi-public place like a hilltop or carpark at night, because they are turned on by the thrill of other people watching them or getting caught. Since dogging often leads to partner swapping when enough people have gathered in the same place, you might want to give it a go once you're more comfortable with things.

A good place to start looking for other couples to hook up with might be dating apps such as Tinder, as it's becoming more common for couples to look for swinging partners through these means as well as single people looking for a date. Other places to look are boards such as Craigslist, which provide local listings for a variety of offers, including swinging. If you're unsure of where to start looking, though, a simple internet search should turn up plenty of sites that can help set you up with someone local.

It's important to remember, though, that swinging isn't for everyone. Plenty of people are unhappy with the thought of their partner sleeping with someone else, even if it is prearranged, so be sure to bring things up with your partner in a way that won't get them upset. It's essential to emphasise that swinging isn't about cheating on your partner- when done properly, it's a fun, shared experience which you will both enjoy and get something out of, and which will have an impact on your sex life in general.

We hope that now you have a better understanding of swinging, and some of the ways that it can be made a part of a healthy sex life. If you're interested, then what's stopping you? Get out there and start having some fun tonight!


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