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David Webb --divorced, single, and lonely, was looking to find hotwives because he wasn't looking for a relationship. He ended up falling in love with the first hotwife he slept with and is now in a poly triad with her and her husband. He talks about how single males should show respect for the husband, what kind of photos to use, and shares the good, bad, and embarrassing; like his problems retaining an erection. David and his hotwife couple are Christians, and have no problems reconciling the lifestyle with their faith. David shares his experiences in two books: Hotwife Dating Diaries & The Book of Secrets.
A doctor and his wife experiment with role-playing and BDSM and end up in the lifestyle as swingers, but they're not in it just for the sex; there has be an intellectual connection. They also re-define bisexuality after experiencing pleasure with the same sex without emotional attachment. The good doctor explains the difference between the G-spot and A-spot and how to reach and stimulate them.
They married as high school sweethearts but got curious about what it's like to be with other people. After 7 years of monogamy, these young swingers found they like group sex, orgies, and some BDSM that includes choking. She also has a praise kink and is bisexual.
Rarer than a unicorn is the cuckquean in the lifestyle. Taylor talks about how she enjoys degradation and denial and what turns her on about seeing her partner with someone else beyond the compersion aspect. She describes herself as a submissive first, an unapologetic black-only slut second, and a cuckquean third. Leyna's favorite take from this interview is why Cuckquean isn't spelled cuckQUEEN.
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