Thursday, November 1, 2018

Fishbowl Swinging more to it than that.

Fishbowl Swinging? Well in the 1970's yes but as all in life we have to be 
brought up sometime. Now these days it's ok to just be open and fair to 
each other. Me? I am a lover so I see a point to be open for the 
better of the good. Like swinging with intent to make a better person not 
worse. A wifes Cicisbeo, a lover, a pet is to love and protect to make better.
Lovers for life as life is short. It's just how you define it. Who is who to who 
and why! Be open as it all is about healing and the value of being and 
showing the worth in all is as it is. How can I make your life better?
Lets resolve our insecurities because life is worth living! 
Life happens and so it's best to be open to life!

But to do the fishbowl while married is questionable.
Well I don't want to kill the fun of it for people. It could have it's place if all agrees
in your interpersonal circle to do it. It's just a matter of being a adult about it.
If someone is not brought up yet then don't do it! You will just end up with crap!

~~~~~12 things you need to know about going to a swinging party
Sex is not a taboo subject anymore.

Most people feel comfortable with discussing their bedroom antics with friends and the average number of partners people have in their lifetime has increased dramatically in recent years.

Even sex parties, which were once reserved for only the very adventurous, are more popular than ever.

However, there is still an element of mystery that shrouds a ‘swinging party’.

From whether people really throw their car keys into a bowl to how the fun gets started – here’s 12 things you need to know about going to a swinging party.

1. No, people don’t throw their keys in a bowl

Sure, there is often a warm up game to get people started, but it’s usually something far more fun like spin the bottle.

Volvos are so not sexy.

2. Safety comes first

No protection, no play. No exceptions.

3. Everyone is ‘normal’

People often presume swingers are either ridiculously good looking (think Eyes Wide Shut) or ridiculously suburban (think Abigail’s Party – minus the clothes).

In actual fact, they are rarely either.

Simply curious and open-minded singles and couples exploring their naughty side.

4. There’s a strong code of conduct

Courtesy, respect and an understanding of when someone is not interested in your advances are all essential at a swinging party.

5. Couples come as a couple and leave as a couple

…. Single men are rarely invited on their own, and single women are called unicorns – rare, precious and very welcome.

6. You should invest in some decent underwear

Knickers don’t tend to stay on for long at a swinging party, but, when they do, part of the fun is looking exceptional in your new Agent Provocateur underwear set.

Make an effort.

7. It’s a bit of a social

And people don’t tend to strip naked as soon as they arrive.

Instead, they are encouraged to relax and enjoy the party first – some even forbid ‘play’ until a certain time.

8. Everyone’s at it

The beauty of a swinging party is that there’s no judgement. People are stripped bare, literally and metaphorically.

So don’t be surprised if you’re ‘chatting’ to a barman one minute and a property tycoon the next – it’s all part of the fun.

9. Going just to watch is allowed (but not all the time)

There are different ‘types’ of attendees, from those who’ll do anything with anyone to those who prefer to watch.

Watching is considered fair play for newbies, but seasoned swingers often have a ‘get involved or go home’ rule for those who prefer to watch but not play *every* time.

10. Do bring a bottle

If it’s a smaller party held at a private home, yes, you bring a bottle.

They’ve opened their home to you, the least you can do is turn up with a decent bottle of plonk.

11. It’s sexy

A room full of champagne and  nakedness after a hard week in the office.

Could be worse.

12. It’s far less intimidating than you’d think

Because, at the end of the day, it’s all just a bit of fun, isn’t it?

And it was everyone’s first time once.