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As a single male, I definetly feel like I am living the swinging lifestyle. Ultimately, I would like to find someone to share my life with, but I am currently enjoying the more open attitude swinging allows. For me, swinging is being open to playing sexually with other people, and not just settling down for a one on one relationship. Hopefully I will meet a woman that we can share this lifestyle together, but until then, the sky is the limit.

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I'm aware that many couples have "no single males or females" in their profiles because they don't want the extra e-mails. Personally, I don't do first contacts and I won't answer an e-mail without reading the profile first. I get confused when I read no singles and then receive e-mail inquiring if I am interested.

I tend to think people should get what they desire as indicated in their profile so why would I want to upset their balance? It's my preference to exchange e-mails with those that don't have that written into their profile, and I can afford to be extremely selective. If I read no single males or females and they turn around and contact me, I just experienced an untruth. That does not make for a good first impression IMO. It tells me someone just lied, and they will lie about something else down the road. If I inquire about that and they write back and say it is simply because they do not wish to receive e-mails, how do I know which scenario is now the truth? They don't want singles, or they don't want e-mails from singles? It's not what they stated in the first place? I don't have time or interest in playing games, especially the guessing game.

Why don't more couples be honest about what they really want and put in their profile they do not want first contact e-mails from singles and use that as their starting place? I can respect that more than a lie. So what if they get a few extra e-mails? They should get the amount of e-mails that I do from couples that state no singles???? At least they are still representing themselves as honest in their desires. If a single writes first, they should use that as a way of knowing that person failed to meet their criteria and move on......

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Raven-

This is to second your comment about drama. From time to time I will receive coy, curt, nonsensical messages from couples with "NO SINGLE MALES" plastered all over their profile. That is just a red flag for insecurity, jealousy, and performance issues. I normally just ignore the message and block the couple.

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I spend the majority of my time with couples, and have my favorite. I do date single males, but if he is not accepting of swinging chances are I won't be dating him for long. I enjoy sharing single males with my couples all the time. I get request for certain ones all the time. This has been my lifestyle for over 25 years and I have no intention of changing. As far as someone complaining about single males, but indicating they want a single (bi) female, my personal preference is to avoid the majority of those couples. In my past experience, I have found too much drama exist when I get involved in that scenario so I'd rather not.

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I personally don't combine the two. Dating as a single and the lifestyle are two separate aspects I don't do at the same time. I don't swing with dates or take my lifestyle friends on dates.

I guess some singles in the lifestyle do. My personal preference. *shrugs*

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JOIN MY GROUP 'SINGLE TO GO' FOR ALL SINGLES WHO ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO ATTEND PARTIES AND TRAVEL WITH.

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I'm sorry you've had bad experiences in the past, but just remember that every person is different, as is every experience. Don't judge the whole orchard just based on a few bad apples. The people who are jerks will be jerks whether they are single or part of a couple. The same goes for the good people. Being a part of the lifestyle comes with the good and the bad.

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Everyone has their own "thing" that they like. We don't like single straight males or females. Unfortunately for us we've had some bad experiences with aggresisve single males that seemed to be taking advantage of the lifestyle. We aren't in the lifestlye to play with just anybody, we have to actually know you and we have to be attracted to you in some sense. But for us, the places we've been there have been singles males approaching us ready to play and we've never seen them before, and they get upset when you politely decline the offer. So maybe we are a little bias, but if you are single and its working for you, good. Keep doing whatever you're doing and maybe teach some other singles you know some etiquette.

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Oh hell no! Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on the subject but the original post of this thread is so freakin hypocritical BS. If "swinging" is only for couples to "share themselves" with other couples, it's not really swinging is it...it's swapping. If that's the case, then there would be no such thing as a threesome, because there would have to be an even number of partners to "swing". Don't even get me started on singles "just looking for fun...and being unsuccessful at dating". Ok, then if that's the case by your reasoning, it would stand to reason that couples aren't into swinging to have fun and have to get the sexual attention they need from outside of their regular relationsip.

Now granted that is obviously not the case. Regardless of what little label you try to put on yourself (couple or single), we are all in the lifestyle for the same reason. It is to meet new people and have a little fun. It doesn't make anyone any less of a person or say anything about their ability to form relationships. We are all adults, and have the right to make decisions as such, whether they are to play with couples and singles or not. What burns me is the attitude that some people take that they have a market on the lifestyle and others don't belong just because they aren't interested in them.

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awwh.. it's ok..2 n 2, those single guys didn't want to meet that couple anyway.

LOL

PJ

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