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24 Oct 2009

swapping
We are married couples. My hubby convinced me for swapping. One of our couple friend agreed and we did it. It was wonderful experience. Soon after many friends came forward and joined the group. I never knew as many couples are interested.<br><br>Now we made weekly schedule for wife/hubby swapping and we enjoy sex life to its fullest. I noticed that all the women are more aware about health and beauty. They started going Gym. and beauty parlours regularly. <br><br>It keeps all the men and women fit and cheerful. I wanna know why ? Why we want different partners for sex ? All of us want to look more beautiful sexy and want to give best sex to our partners.
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01 Jan 0001

Dear Asma,
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<br/>You have experienced and described what is becoming a more and more common phenomenon. More people, single and couples, are exploring nonmonogomous relationship styles. For example if you google; ethical sluts, polyamory and swinging you will come across alot of material addressing these nonmonogamous sexual choices and lifestyles. Please note that living these lifestyles in ways that add value takes great amounts of maturity, excellent communication skills, trust and other criteria.



It is understood in the field of sexology, that as humans were are naturally not monogamous. Monogamy is a value based, socially constructed, belief system, normally linked to the values and beliefs of a religion and of certain cultures. If these values and beliefs are important we are able to choose to live by them and live a chosen monogamous sexual lifestyle.

Many are realising, exploring and choosing nonmonogamy. In the literature you will find many descriptions of the advantages that pratitioners of these sexual lifestyles experience. You will also find that they also affirm that living these lifestyles in ways that add value takes great amounts of maturity, excellent communication skills and trust.
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