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Second couple we met at a club came onto us, we were flirting and dancing about an hour in he gave me a kiss..she blew up threw a fit and stormed out.. I said ok.. experienced, older, and no drama or no go from now on.

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ROFL. right A.. oh he will be takin ppl out if she enjoys another dick..wow...so your in the lifestyle WHY??? Lol...smdh..

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Sounds like you have jealousy issues for certain.

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Good for you, Shelley! Unfortunately, there are some men who just run around the party or club looking for a space to insert their penises. That kind of "it's all about me" attitude is rare among women, in our experience. But if it were really "all about the ladies," there wouldn't be any men in the lifestyle. It's about ladies and gentlemen giving and receiving physical pleasure to each other.

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it sound like you want to get yours first you should let the lady take the lead,if you plan on lasting in the life style rule #1 it revolves around the ladies."

this is exactly why we pulled back from the lifestyle. It should revolve around EVERYONE. because a human has a cock between his legs does not make him less important or less of a person.

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it sound like you want to get yours first you should let the lady take the lead,if you plan on lasting in the life style rule #1 it revolves around the ladies. Rule #2 be a gentleman ladies first. Rule #3 there is no room for jealousy in the life style talk with your wife she mite not want to do the FMF REMEMBER SHE IS IN THIS WITH YOU AS A PARTNER

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just understand that jealous feelings DO happen, even to the seasoned swinging vets. This emotion must always be addressed...but do not panic and think omg am I the only one feeling this...because trust me, when you start hanging around swingers on a regular basis you will see for yourself lol...you are not unique.

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All sorts of fantastic advice, cream of the crop being just to take it slow. There is no rush to get started. Enjoy the sexy environments, meet people, you can even let them know you're not playing yet and take the pressure off. Talk. Talk. And then talk about it more, until you know everyone is on the same page. Go ahead and get dirty, discuss the details, talk about what you'll see and do, and about afterward. Discuss different things that might happen, what happens if someone breaks a rule? It happens, we started with so many rules it was like navigating the tax code, so go ahead and get into details. If you can't talk about these things what does that mean?

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you will not find many that admit to having been jealous, because it is an emotion that shows "weakness"....and most people I know are terrified, esp. in the lifestyle, of showing weakness at any time. Me? I admit to my faults...if I am going to have them I may as well embrace their asses lol. I definately have my moments. For me it is not jealousy mind you. Trust me, I do not fear any woman taking my family away because once she spends a day with our 2 sons she will send Jay AND their asses back hahaha. But I do have my moments for sure LOL.

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Generally speaking, jealousy is rooted in a fear of loss. Time and experience, if someone survives long enough, demonstrates that the fear has no grounds in reality. Some people are very fearful, some are not. It's an individual thing that each person needs to work through with their spouse or SO. If you both understand what makes the other uncomfortable/fearful, then you can work on it together and things will get lots better. Even if you don't remain in the lifestyle, you'll have that improvement in your communication skills to solidify your 'foundation' of trust and commitment.

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