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How to Identify a Swinger

In response to the question of how to identify a swinger, an intrepid swinger said, “[they] are difficult to pick out in a gathering of people. The swingers we met were through word of mouth.” That said, it’s unlikely that anyone would assume the man is a swinger himself. He’s a member of high society, to put it candidly. Moreover, he said that he met up with a friend of over 40 years, who he had no idea was a swinger until recently. In fact, many SSwingers will tell you they are far happier than monogamous couples.

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According to the aforementioned man, some swingers have a strict circle of friends, who swear an oath to only swing in the dedicated circle. The reason for staying within an exclusive group mostly points to the liberty and risk of having unprotected sex. Additionally, swingers’ groups remain under the radar, while having sex on famous estates.

On the flip side, a swinger may show an indication that he or she live a non-monogamous (yet arguably still fairly monogamous) lifestyle. For example, one licensed therapist leaves a trail on social media, which suggests she is a swinger. Aside from the fact that her friends already know she attends swinger parties, her audience on social media can read her content and correctly assume that she has an open marriage. The caption to one of her posts speaks to wanting multiple “sancho”s. In Spanish, Sancho means the wife’s additional male lover, who isn’t her husband.

She went on her most recent vacation with a man, who appears to be a Sancho. In particular, she went to a city, which has plenty of swingers’ events. She posted pictures of herself and the man with captions about snuggling, kissing and connecting with each other. Moreover, she used a hashtag “swing.” Although she didn’t use the hashtag swinger, explicitly, she may as well have. It’s not lost on her audience that she lives with hedonism in mind. She expresses a carpe diem attitude in most of her posts. Meanwhile, pictures of her husband exist on social media as well.

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You’re likely to Supposedly, if a person owns garden gnomes, there’s a reason to suppose that he or she is a swinger. The aforementioned therapist occasionally posts pictures of gnomes. Other posts allude to her identifying as a unicorn. It’s common for people to use the word unicorn as slang to define a woman, who is bisexual and will have a threesome. Plus, people call swingers, who are single at a swinger party, unicorns. Although the signs may seem subtle to someone not looking to identify a swinger, she leaves plenty of evidence for anyone considering whether she is a swinger. That said, she probably wants other swingers to discern that she lives a swinger lifestyle.

Identifying a swinger compares to identifying a person’s sexual orientation. Evidence may exist that a person identifies with the LGBTQ+ community. However, it’s not definite until the person explicitly states that he or she is gay or nonbinary. If the person is spending time at a gay bar or club, it’s likely that he or she isn’t straight. Likewise, it’s easy to find swingers at swingers’ events or venues. The only way to really identify a swinger rests in the individual stating that he or she is a swinger because the lifestyle is not limited to a specific age, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.

Andrew Chandler

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