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.
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For other General Facts:
Swinger's History | What is Swinging?
The Benefits of Swinging
Myth about Swinging | Swinger's Lifestyles
Entering a Swinging Lifestyle
Swinger's Rules | Swinger's Principles
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