Swinger Lifestyle

General Demoted, Forced Out of Army Due to ‘Swinger’ Lifestyle

An Army major general has been stripped of his stars and forced out of the military after a 30-year military career because of a long extramarital affair and “swinger” lifestyle. An Army spokesman says Maj. Gen. David Haight was demoted by three steps to the rank of lieutenant colonel, a steep and rare downgrade for a senior officer. The demotion will cost him more than $40,000 in annual retirement pay, based on pay scales for a lieutenant colonel and a two-star general with 30 years in the Army. And it slams the door on what was once a promising career. Army Secretary Eric Fanning approved the board’s recommendation and made the final decision. The spokesman was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly so spoke anonymously. An Army inspector general investigation concluded that Haigh...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Swinging You Have to Follow

How can you make sure nothing goes wrong when you swap partners while swinging? How can exchanging partners be good for the relationship? Find out about the do’s and don’ts of swingers right here. Although the majority of swinging will end up involving lovemaking and getting frisky with each other’s partners, it isn’t all about just that. Swinging is about building up the atmosphere of warmth and belonging. Whether you are at a party with another couple or with another person for a threesome, you will be having a great time eating, drinking and chatting. To get into the comfort zone, building camaraderie with someone is essential to get down on the knees later. Swingers can differentiate between fun and friendship. The love and companionship provided by their existing relationship is bare ...

Swingers: Mentally Healthier Than Monogamous Peers?

One of the traits that determines happiness and mental health is flexibility: the capacity for creativity, abstract thinking, and adapting to changing circumstances. When it comes to the sex lives of swingers, there’s no question that they are more flexible in their approach to sex than their monogamous peers. But the real question is more complex: Is flexibility toward sex a good thing or a bad thing? As a therapist who specializes in relationship issues, I can tell you that I have seen scores of men and women over the years who have varied sexual lifestyles and appetites. I’ve worked with couples who swing and couples who wouldn’t dare, and one distinguishing characteristic I have found is that couples who swing have less fear than monogamous couples. What’s more, they cheat less. ...

How to Get Started in the Swinging Lifestyle?

Let’s assume you and your partner have had that initial conversation, in which you both expressed an interest in swinging. Congratulations, that’s usually the hardest part – talking about sex can be difficult. Swinging For Beginners Swinging is a brave and exhilarating way to revive your lovelife, and now that you’ve both agreed that it’s something you want to explore together, you might need some tips and advice about swinging itself: where to go, how to act, what to expect. Swinging, like many other forms of non-monogamy, is a roller-coaster ride and you need all the information you can get, because when it’s good, it’s great. Where To Start The Swinging Lifestyle For first-time swingers, the internet really is your friend. A lot of experienced couples become very adept at concealing the...