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Swingers FAQ - Who are swingers?

Slang A person who actively seeks excitement and moves with the latest trends.

1. A person who engages freely in promiscuous sex.
2. A member of a couple, especially a married couple, who exchanges sexual partners.
Anybody you know could be a swinger. Swingers can come from all races, religions, and any social classes. They are couples and individuals who see their sexual life from a different prospective.

Swinger’s feels and treat sex as recreational play. There can be several types of different swingers:

Couples Swingers
Couples who swing are either married, committed (ongoing emotional commitment), living together (co-habitation, with or without an on-going intimate relationship), or single couples who date. Recent statistics shows that about 20% of the American married populations are swinging couples. Most of these swinging couples are in their mid 20’s to late 30’s. Studies show that couples who enter into a swinging lifestyle can increase their enjoyment and satisfaction in the relationship accompanied by a better understanding of themselves and their partner. It can also enhance greater intimacy between the partners and decreased in sex role playing and sexist expectations. Couples who enter into swinging don’t enter into such lifestyles because their relationship is not working out. It is totally the opposite of that. All of these couples must first have a good strong foundation in trust and understanding. They must know each others needs, wants, and dislikes. In doing such, swinging enables them to explore sexual and social feelings and the need together. Swinging permits the couples discover the mystery of sex by allowing sex to assume a place in the relationship without the standard constrained of ties to love, duty, sex roles and morals of others.

Women Swinger's
The role of women in the society has greatly changed over the past several decades. These changes have also impacted on the movements in woman’s sexuality. In the past there have been very few women who enter into swinging lifestyles. This is because single women simply want long lasting and loving relationships. Also bisexual relationships could not be exposed to the public because of the view within the society. Even thought that is the case, the numbers of women seeking swinging lifestyles has been on a steady increase over the past 5 years. Sexual and social boldness on the part of women at swinging parties and other swinging activities is not only acceptable, but it has become expected. Most swinging women are working class women in their mid 20’s to 30’s who are financially independent and have stable jobs. They do not need to get married and be supported by men. Combining this and constant changes in the trend, the view on bisexuality has also changed. Law has changed to allow marriage of women to women. There ways of expression in sexuality has changed. Many women are not afraid to admit that they are bisexual. They also enjoy the sexual heights that it brings to them.

Swinging lifestyles has brought many women an environment to alter sex-role playing and allowing them to participate with a uniquely human experience.

Men Swinger's
Generally men who enter into a swinging lifestyle were previously in a relationship with a swinging partner. There are very few men who just purely interested in such lifestyle. They may be interested in finding another partner to swing with them or they may be just unhappy in their current relationship. Many men would swing if only they could. For some they are not either hindered from the experience by their marriage, or if single, by their ability to find a woman for a swinging partner. Men are not as macho as we all think they are. After all they are human. They would experience loneliness, fear of rejection, and sadness like every one of us. A man, on convincing his wife or partner to try swinging may experience unexpected jealousy and the feeling of loss when she having sex with another men. He may had fantasized himself in swinging, but just can’t imagine that their partner with other men and women. Of course, the feeling of guilt about sex and pleasure, and sex roles also hold back men from swinging.

However, the majority of swingers are middle to upper class married couples.

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