Why do couples become swingers?


Swinging is considered a polygamous sexual activity - why would you want to share?

Every relationship has its own set of peaks and valleys which can have an impact on both of the people involved. After a while it is not uncommon for a relationship to start feeling monotonous with a limited cycle of predictable moments. After a while, strong emotions and the initial feelings of excitement start to recede and the monotony of everyday life creeps in. Any couple that has experienced this phase will tell you that it is not easy to overcome. It may very well be the deciding point of every relationship. However, there are some couples that decide to overcome such difficulties by taking another path: swinging.

Kim is obviously very devoted to Kanye - she won't be swinging any time soon!

For those that aren’t aware, swinging is considered a polygamous sexual activity in which a couple agrees to have different sexual partners under their supervision and acceptance.  A swinging encounter is treated like any other social activity between adults. It is not uncommon for swingers to make good friends from other members of the scene. Also, there are some websites available, such as Swinger Nation, which focus on swinging.

The whole experience has its core based on the concept that a couple will engage in different sexual activities with another couple restricted by certain rules that have been agreed upon. These rules are particular for every swinger couple and are used to limit the amount of emotional involvement that may arise when engaging in sexual activity with other couples.

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