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Swinging is alive and thriving, and you may be surprised to find swingers living right next door.
The definition of swinging according to www. According to relationship expert Dr. Karen Ruskin, swingers can be soccer moms, hockey d, businessmen and women, married and living in the suburbs, just like many of you. But they have decided, together, to stray from monogamy and enter into sexual relations with other couples. They're swingers, and they've invaded the suburbs. Ruskin said.
Just because your neighborhood doesn't tell you they're not swingers, doesn't mean they're not swingers. Meet happily married Jess and Jack. She is a stay-at-home mom and he is ex-military turned corporate. They've been swinging for years and wouldn't have it any other way.
It's like driving a new car — you may love your car, but you want to go drive this other one on a Sunday because it's fun to drive, but you're still going to go back to your car. It's just, it's something I can give him. I can give him a new experience by letting him experience somebody else," Jess said.
Jess and Jack are not alone.
According to the Kinsey Institute, the estimated of swingers in the United States alone ranges anywhere from four to 15 million, with s of up to 15 percent of couples hopping on the swing set at some point in their marriages. Swingers attend house parties, conventions, and swap online.
And though swinging may take your mind back to a hot tub 70s scenario, it dates as far back as the 16th century. Swinging re-emerged during WWI when American fighter pilots were dying at an alarming rate. The men would make promises to one another to take care of their wives should they die. Ruskin says swinging is still about filling a need and that's a tricky scenario that could cost you your marriage. That is a big mistake because if the relationship is already in trouble, swinging makes it worse," Dr.
I'm here to say that that doesn't wind up being the outcome. Swinging is suicide to relationships," Dr. Ruskin added.
Courtney, another swinger, agrees swinging can make or break a marriage. So though it may sound like a recipe for disaster to many "vanilla couples" as they're referred to by the swing community, national surveys suggest 60 percent of real deal swingers, like Jess and Jack, say it has improved their relationship.
I mean I guess the real root answer is that there's never a concern, but there could be a little bit of jealousy, but the jealousy adds to the excitement of it," Jack answered. There's not jealousy because I know he's always coming back to me. We're together, but it's still fun to play with other people," Jess said.
It may be hard to believe, but we have been told that Boston is one of the fastest growing swing populations in the United States. So how do you spot a swinger in your neighborhood? Years ago, purple doors and white rocks out front may have been an indicator, but like everything else, the Internet has taken over and the swing community now connects online. So unless they tell you outright, it is nearly impossible to know for sure. Swinging with the Joneses.Swinging in boston
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