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TOPIC: Being_exclusive
Created by: xtraplay4us
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My husband and I have chosen to be exclusive to each other. We enjoy the voyeuristic and exibitionist aspect of the lifestyle and we have soft swapped many, many times. We have some friends that we have played with many times and it has become more than playtime friends. We really like these people and don't want our friendship to end. How do I explain to them that at the moment we are not looking to have sex with them, just be normal friends. We have went out with this couple many times with no sex involved and had great times with them, and would love for that to continue with no sexual expectations. Being exclusive is something that we discussed open and honestly with no jealousy involved. We just feel that right now at this point in our lives it is right for us.

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For one thing, put it in your profile if you haven't already.

We are finding more and more that the aspect of swinging has changed from physical to social connections. Just be honest.

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I'm with Carrie. Just be honest and tactful. Some may stop talking to you...but then, some are here for playmates and not friends...and that is their right as well. Just do what makes you happy. I am glad that you and your spouse are so happy together.

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Just be honest about it. Some may no longer want to be friends but that is on them, not you.

Carrie

Corpus Christi TX
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My husband and I have chosen to be exclusive to each other. We enjoy the voyeuristic and exibitionist aspect of the lifestyle and we have soft swapped many, many times. We have some friends that we have played with many times and it has become more than playtime friends. We really like these people and don't want our friendship to end. How do I explain to them that at the moment we are not looking to have sex with them, just be normal friends. We have went out with this couple many times with no sex involved and had great times with them, and would love for that to continue with no sexual expectations. Being exclusive is something that we discussed open and honestly with no jealousy involved. We just feel that right now at this point in our lives it is right for us.

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