My wife Dedra and I have been in the lifestyle for around 4 years. Before that, well, we were the typical monogamous happy ish couple. We followed the typical American dream blueprint. We were high school sweethearts who got married on our year anniversary hey, what's the rush? We worked our jobs and had typical, repetitive, intimacy once a week or less.
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M y husband and I are committed and devoted to each other spiritually, emotionally, and physically. We have been together for a decade, married for years. We tell each other just about everything and there is no one I like hanging out with more than my husband. We have a special space between us where our shared and individual sexuality lives and grows.
Swinging: Is It Just Sex?
When I first floated the idea of an open relationship to the man who is now my husband, I had no idea what to call it. My proposal—to go outside our relationship without actually giving up on what we had—appealed to him. With both of us on board, we soon realized that—lol—we actually had no idea what we were doing.
For some couples, the idea of having sex with anyone other than your spouse or longterm monogamous partner seems unfathomable. But believe it or not, it can, and there are more couples interested in doing it than you may realize. Below, four women get real about what their own swinging experiences were really like.