This site is a showcase for some of our naughty photos and a way for us to meet new swinging friends. It is free to use. We are Jo born and David bornwe are always on the lookout for new fuck buddies.
If you are new to swinging, please see our post on how to start swingingor to go right back to the start and understand why people swing at all — click over here. Then again, many adventures like this start on a sexy holiday. And who knows what everyone is looking for.
Hi truthordarepics, Okay, so my husband and I are very new to this lifestyle and have only done soft swapping. We are friends with this couple who live a ways away from us, so we go up there about once a month to go out and party with them. We've done this for a while now.
The temporary arrangement changed and eventually Mr M and Mrs M got married — the third marriage for each of them. They started off happily but things soon started to become stormy. After seven years, Mrs M could no longer take it and divorced her husband. She said they had an ante-nuptial contract and they were married in terms of the concept of accrual of assets.
A former banker who enjoys swinging with her husband says the lifestyle has made her feel more empowered than ever. Jackie and John Melfi, both 52, from Texas, spend their lives having sex with other people — both men and women — and going to swingers events together, where they often treat each other to surprise threesomes. Jackie, who has six children from previous marriages, along with five grandchildren, and John, who has two children from a previous marriage and two grandchildren, want to debunk the myths around swinging.
A comment attached to this post meant I had to answer with this post. The comment asked, if Lee Morgan was swinging music, what did a swinging photograph look like? Orgy room.
Divorce has become common in our society but when swans go their separate ways, scientists take notice. This winter, a pair of Bewick Swans returned to the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre in Slimbridge, England, with new mates, raising questions about the typically monogamous birds. Host Jeff Young talks with wildlife research officer Julia Newth about the surprising split. Well, it is with mixed emotions that we bring you a story about a bit of a flap on a certain swan lake.