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Swingers FAQ - Swingers Savoir-Vivre

Swinging can be very delightful to everyone if it is played safe and politely. Here are some tips on how to achieve just that:

The Golden Rule in Swinging – In the swinging community everyone has the right to say “NO” at anytime and to anyone. Any improper handling of a situation can lead to bad feelings and hurt. To avoid this just simply saying, “No, Thank you” it is more than enough. An explanation is not required as this may cause further problems and bad feelings.

Be Friendly – Be courteous and polite at all time whether or not you are interested in swinging with someone.

Be Courteous – Treat others with courteous by being kind, thoughtful, understanding and sensitive. Courtesy is treating others the way you want to be treated.           

Respecting Others – Not everyone are comfortable in all situations and environment. At all times keep an eye open for signs that your partner, as well as others are relaxed and enjoying themselves. If there are signs that things are not working as they are suppose to be, and then remain polite and courteous.

Do not be Pushy – Learn how to handle the word "No" with a "thank you". Keep in mind that every individual has the rights in swinging and respecting those rights are common courtesy. If you are interested in swinging with someone, let them know in an inviting way. And they have every right to say "No" without any explanation. So just accept it and move on.

Do Only What You Think is Consider Fu
n – Remember don’t allow yourself to become sexually involved with anybody who you are not interested in. You’re in a swinging lifestyle to enjoy yourself, so only do what you feel like doing, when you want and with whom you want to.

Practicing Safe Sex Only
– It is only up to you and your partners to protect yourself and others.
The possibilities of getting sexually transmitted diseases are far higher then not practicing safe sex. So do not be offended when coming to the use of condoms.
Responding to Invitations – It is just courteous to reply to invitation before the RSVP date even if you are not going to attend. This allows the host time to organize and also lets them know that to invite you and your partners to the next event.

Be Prepared – When attending parties and events prepare yourself with a small overnight bag containing lingerie or robe, hairbrush, comb, toothbrush, cologne, perfume, intimate cleansing articles, condoms, and etc.           
Do Not Arrive at a Party Empty Handed
– When you accept an invitation to a party, it is a courtesy to ask whether you need to bring anything along to the party such as food, finger foods, drinks, and etc.
Avoid Alcohol and Drugs
– Drugs are a big “NO” at swinger events, although most will drink socially. A few drinks can help you to  relax and ease into the atmosphere. Over-indulging may hamper your physical abilities, as well as offend or put off others.

Be Great Hosts
– When inviting guest to your home, do a bit of tidying up around the home. This may include putting on clean sheets on the bed; have plenty of clean towels and washcloths available. And don’t forget to show your guest around the house, just in case they get lost.  Just like any social activities, you should expect that there will be swinging rules of conduct to be followed. By following them, it would allows you and the other guest to feel more accepted and welcome within the swinging community.

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