Group Sex & Swinging Video Course

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Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Group Sex & Swinging, called Group Erotica – the Mechanics of Multiple Partners.  This in-depth course will teach you all about group sex, swinging, threesomes or ménage a trois, sex etiquette, screening partners, limits, and so much more!

What is Group Sex?

Group sex covers many behaviors, experiences, and expressions of sexuality.  In all cases, though, it involves a number change. Two becomes three or more. Group sex means transcending the partnership into 3, 4, 5 (or more) people interacting sexually.

Group sex is a common fantasy.

It ranks as one of the top fantasies in William Masters and Virginia Johnson’s study of sex and human loving. The fantasy of group sex relates to the fantasy of switching partners.

Watch this Sneak Peek Video on Our Group Sex & Swinging Video Course: Group Erotica Below

Are Your Ready to Try Group Sex or Swinging?

The following questions are from “The Threesome Handbook” by Vicki Vantoch which can help you decode whether or not you are ready to try group sex or swinging:

  • Do you consider threesomes a legitimate and healthy form of sexual expression?
  • Are you aware of your own relationship or sexuality hang-ups that might dampen your three-way bliss?
  • Are you clear on your own reasons for wanting a threesome?
  • Are you clear on your fears about a threesome? Are you prepared to confront them?
  • Are you feeling excited about a threesome adventure?
  • Do you feel sexy and secure?
  • Do you feel that you’ve made your own choice about having a threesome or that you’ve been pressured into it?
  • Are you prepared to work through any challenging emotions that come up during the adventure and use them as an opportunity for personal growth?

What is a Swinger?

A swinger is a person who engages in group sex or the swapping of sexual partners.

A swinger could be a single person who has sex with groups or couples, or a partnered couple who engages in sex with other couples (wife swapping or partner swapping).  Swinging couples are non-monogamous sexually.  Even though they may be in a committed relationship with each other, they still engage in “recreational” sexual activities for pleasure with people other than their partner.

Swingers usually do not develop a loving relationship with the other people they have sex with, unlike polyamory, and they don’t live together with their sexual partners.

What is Swinging?

Swinging is an uninhibited hedonist alternative lifestyle in which people engage in sexual activities with other people in groups, or by swapping couples.

Swinging takes place at private parties, sex clubs, swingers groups, hotels, resorts (such as Hedonism), conventions, and cruise ships.  Swinging groups could include two partners swapping, threesomes, foursomes and even group orgies.

In the swinging lifestyle, men often want to have sex with their wife and another bisexual female (called a unicorn because they are rare).  Having sex with two women is one of the biggest male fantasies.

Swingers take part in many types pf sexual encounters, from “vanilla” sex to back door pleasures, BDSM and kinky play, dominance and submission, voyeurism and exhibitionism, double penetration and what is called a “zipless fuck” aka “Sex without emotional involvement or commitment, especially between strangers.”—www.swingerdictionary.com/SwingerTerms.cfm

Swinging for Beginners 101

Here are some safety tips from www.totalswingers.net on what to beware of when swinging:

  • Never give detailed identity info in your profile such as your address or work place.
  • Exchange a lot of emails and Instant Messages before meeting other swingers.
  • If the other party is very pushy then politely let them know that you are no longer interested.
  • Only give personal info when you feel comfortable and after you have their personal info.
  • Ask to exchange telephone numbers at the same time.
  • Talk on the phone before meeting!
  • Always tell a friend where you’re meeting, to be safe.
  • Let the other party know (subtly of course) that your friend is aware of your meeting.
  • Meet in a public place first.
  • Make sure they have good testimonials.
  • Use common sense.
  • Trust your instincts.

Source: http://www.totalswingers.net/swingers-articles/Is-swinging-safe.aspx?id=10

How to Get Started with Swinging with Your Partner

  • Make sure to have an in-depth discussion with your partner on your reasons, fears, expectations, fantasies, things that could go wrong, as well as your emotional and intimate commitment to each other.
  • Get checked for STDs (both partners). Potential partners will want to know your sexual health.
  • Use protected safe sex at all times with partners you are not fluid-bonded with including condoms, dental dams and gloves.
  • Pack a kit of things you will need for your first party including toys, sexy outfits, lingerie, lube, safe sex supplies, toiletries, etc…
  • Do not partake in drugs or alcohol (at least not in excess). A glass of wine to unwind is much different than getting drunk, making an ass of yourself and turning off potential play partners.
  • Be prepared to handle rejection and don’t take it personally.
  • Ask lots of questions and don’t assume everyone wants to have sex with you.
  • Be polite and friendly and follow the rules of consent.
  • Respect other people’s limits and boundaries.

Group Sex & Swinging: Group Erotica Video Course

In this exclusive Group Erotica course, which includes a video slide show and downloadable PDF, PLUS! Video: Penthouse Sex Academy, Swinging hosted by Dr. Ava Cadell & Dr. Hernando Chave, you will learn:

  • All About Group Erotica & the Mechanics of Multiple Partners
  • Group sex
  • Group Sex Fantasies
  • Real life scenarios
  • Fears & Barriers
  • Importance of Self-Awareness
  • Social Systems
  • Scenes, settings, locations & props
  • Swingers guide 101
  • Group sex etiquette
  • Screening potential partners
  • Limits
  • Code words
  • Consent: alcohol, physical abuse, false pretenses
  • Sexual Aids
  • How to approach group sex
  • Threesome positions
  • Foursome positions
  • Kama sutra
  • Things to consider
  • Possibilities

This video is just a small component of our comprehensive Certified Love Coach program that will teach you everything you need to know about sexual pleasure, arousal, orgasms, sexual anatomy, how to please and man and a woman, as well as how to overcome relationship obstacles and so much more.

Take a look at our Certified Love Coach program NOW to see all of the courses available when you sign up to become a Certified Love Coach!

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