Seven gross things couples do for each other. Father to daughter: "I want you to have a great sex life." 10 reasons dads miss being single. And man arrested paying for hooker with rolls of quarters.
Just the title of this book - Swinging in America by authors Bergstrand and Sinski will cause much discomfort for many who assume they know what swingers do. What struck me when I first started reading the book was who the authors were and who they were not. They claimed to be the first authors that were not in the ‘lifestyle’ and married, but not to each other and represented a totally different and unbiased perspective.
Times are tight; the economy has placed tremendous amounts of pressure on families. It seems like the "I Love Lucy" days where the wife stayed home and was able to rear her children are over. What happens when a couple has had enough of the immediate refuge and is tired of talking about their issues over and over to a licensed therapist? The couple who is not ready for the financial burden of a divorce may turn to swinging.
The good news keeps rolling in for those concerned about infidelity. We recently reported that the rate of divorce due to cheating has decreased, which is great news for those who have tied the knot. Now we've got great news for an even broader spectrum of lovers—overall, all couples are being more monogamous than they were in the 70s.
It's rough out there, friends. Unemployment is high. Banks are taking a harder stance on foreclosures. And something else that's really crappy. But America's happiest people, swingers (don't argue with me about this), are really starting to feel the pinch too. NYC swingers clubs are getting beat up by the economy. And a woman in Illinois TRIED to beat up a cop with a sex toy over an unpaid bill. BUT not all sex toy stories are bad news. A hilarious and uplifting tale about when to say when.
When a lady realizes she's hard to date. Why cooking for him too early could backfire. Is it better to be lucky or good? Dirty dancing banned after racy Philly prom. When social media and dating go wrong. Keeping the dogs out of the marital bed. What guys think after a one-night stand. Seven ways to enjoy your own wedding. When your younger sister gets married first. How to know if your parents are swingers. Dating an Ivy League grad. And a Father's Day striptease.
What happens between consenting adults behind closed doors is fine with you. You're not uptight! You did some crazy things in college, and you're no square. Still, there are some things you just don't want to see. Like swingers. Read on to see how a series of emails in the Chicago area led a couple, who say they were not engaged in the lifestyle, to sue a busybody neighbor.
The last bastion to flying one's freak flag unfettered is the sex club. These palaces of pleasure and pain were impenetrable to squares...until now. According to USA Today a museum in Vienna is offering a glimpse at what goes on at a swinging sex party…the morning after. The Secession, a modern art museum in Austria's most famous city is now, temporarily, the home to a club called Element6.
In addition to being engaged to Kyla Weber (a Canadian realtor, we're obligated to mention her nationality and occupation), Vince Vaughn is talking about kids. While doing press for Couples Retreat, the Swingers star mentioned that he's about read for settling down a bit and making a family. It really is the end of an era.
Sweet deal. Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, and Jason Bateman are signed up for a movie called Couples Retreat. How can this possibly be bad? Let's not dwell on that. Also in Rom-Com news, Jason Biggs, Kate Hudson, and Dane Cook star in My Best Friend's Girl this weekend. The movie is named after a song by The Cars and was not screened for critics. Also, Boston celebrates Dane Cook Day. The world is falling apart.
This year's SwingFest kicks off today just north of Miami. It should be a fun weekend. Hopefully someone doesn't forget the Viagra and penicillin. Their website claims that 5,000 couples will be in attendance. The children's textbook convention will be way more exciting this year.
"I kissed a girl and I liked it." So go the lyrics of Katy Perry's top-of-the-charts song playing endlessly on the radio. Apparently, she's not the only one. Some married women like it, too—a lot. It's what piqued their interest in "the lifestyle" and locked them in for life. How in the world do married women get here, you might wonder? Well it's not necessarily the men who are begging their wives to swing, but in many cases, it's the wives who want their husbands to try it. One woman said swinging is all about being able to pleasure another woman. Another said it frees her to be her bisexual self. Everyone says it makes their marriage better. They explain they don't swing to fill a sexual void in their marriage, but to enhance it.
e do not know why we're so obsessed with the trials and tribulations of the Cherry Pit but we are. Duncanville, a Dallas suburb, has about the best little swingers club in Texas. And the squares (as well as the fuzz) are not happy about it. The long line of static betwixt the Cherry Pit and the municipality has been largely cat-and-mouse games between 2 equally determined opponents since November '07. The city decided that parking was a problem for neighbors, so they banned the sex club. There was hemming and hawing over what the definition of a sex club was, exactly. Duncanville wrote out a series of things that define a sex club, which is not permitted in residential ares, so Cherry Pit owner/operator/fan Jim Trulock did what any red-blooded American would do: sue. The city, of course, countersued and on and on and on.