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A married couple starts exploring both of their bisexuality, with the wife going from being weirded out to being turned on by seeing her husband with a man. Not only does she enjoy watching, but participating with him. They say the openness and acceptance has not only made their sex life hotter, but it's also enhanced their marriage.
A couple who became very close to a yoda couple find themselves "single again" and a bit loss after their couple split up, but are getting back into the swing of things. She prefers not just same-room sex but a more constant connection with her husband even when they have sex with others. Shane and Erin help define sex terms like the difference between a hotwife and a vixen and other nuances in the lifestyle. Our special thanks to them for the use of their glossary.
It takes time and work in the lifestyle to meet people, first online then in person. This DTF couple has a system down for sifting and sorting through swingers so they don't waste time on couples who aren't ready to play. Isis and Eros prefer separate beds or even separate rooms because people have different rhythms and styles in bed. They admit to making a lot of mistakes in the beginning and regret the opportunities they missed.
A woman is introduced to the lifestyle by a boyfriend but after they break up, she stays in as a unicorn. She likes to hook up with couples, some of them just traveling through California and she requires the female to want bisexual play. Natalia talks about what draws her to couples.
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