Swingers feel their relationships to be more spicy, honest and secure
Swingers, couples who openly swap partners for a night of passionate sex with strangers, say they have a better relationship than monogamists
Several swingers confessed in a late night news program that their relationships are more spicy, more honest and more secure because they swap partners
The late-night news program went to a highly provocative masquerade party at a hotel in New York City hosted by a social group.
One may think that swingers parties will be full of middle-aged folks who are bored stiff by years of marriage, but the group selects its members based on attractiveness and age.
The couples said they don’t find anything wrong with monogamy, but they were looking for something more exciting and raw.
“People that are of a certain degree of attractiveness are probably looking to interact and swap partners with other people that are a certain degree of attractiveness so they are a good-looking person,” said a self-described swing school instructor for the social group.
“If you’re not a good-looking person, it’s probably not the right party for you,” he stated.