The Swingers Next Door


How to Flirt Better Using Science

This “D News” clip has some wonderfully useful tips for good flirting.  Of course it is directed toward one-on-one dating, but it most certainly applies to swinging.

Flirting is a lost art among some swingers.  Many in the lifestyle think that since we all like to hop into bed together means you don’t have to try as hard.  Not true!  Learn to flirt well.  The dance of life is half the fun!

Ask A Swinger: Swing Clubs (Las Vegas and the Red Rooster)

My wife and I fantasize about swapping but thats as far as we’ve gone. We have been to strip clubs together in Vegas and gotten lap dances. Next time in Vegas, thinking of suggesting we go to Red Rooster or similar club if only to watch. She is sensitive about being overweight. What can we expect at RR, etc?

We get asked a lot about swinger clubs and any answer we give always includes a reference to the Red Rooster in Las Vegas.  We would like to make separate posts about different clubs, so we will speak in general here about the other locations, and focus mostly on what the Rooster is like.  For a quick overview, check out the website:

(Let’s stop for just a moment and make mention of how much fun Tony and I have at Vegas strip clubs.  Usually I am wearing a scandalously low-cut top, revealing my, ahem, ample bosom.  Basically, my boobs attract strippers like moths to a flame: they are mesmerized.  This is great for me, because I end up with eager breasts in my face while we compare assets.  In general, strippers will respond to confident women in the club quicker than the standard male patron.  Use that to your advantage!)

Back to the Rooster.  An evening at the Red Rooster would be a suitable introduction to a swinger club.  However, be prepared.  It is the oldest lifestyle club in Vegas, and, as such, may look dated to some.  We have always had a great time when we attend parties at RR, but we also really enjoy its quirky, 80’s feel.  We love it’s fun pool, too.  RR is open seven days a week, which means you can check it out at any time you might be visiting.  Earlier in the week attendance is low.  Plus, there are no attendance restrictions on single men at RR parties, which means there will be more of them Sunday through Thursday.  This can feel a little awkward to the uninitiated.  However, to get a feel for a real party, you would want to attend on a Friday or Saturday night—the busiest (and most accurate)nights of the week.  This is when the Couples Only area upstairs is open.  Don’t be scared.  :)  It can be overwhelming, but you can tell the staff you are new to the scene and they will be more than happy to give you a tour of the club and go over the rules and guidelines.  Because RR is open seven days a week and is also open to single men, the procedure is different than it would be for a member’s only club. 

Members Only clubs require memberships because they usually do not allow single men to attend.  In addition, if you are new, they will require you to go through an orientation, not only to their club location and rules, but to lifestyle etiquette in general.  Couples Oasis is the local members club in Las Vegas.  Please visit their website and give them a look.  It’s more of a commitment to check it out (you have to pay to be a member, and then you have to pay to attend a party—but this is standard), and you will only encounter true lifestyle couples there (as opposed to the random singles at RR).  We have been, and found the facilities to be nice and the people friendly.

It is always okay to just go to these places and watch.  You do not have to participate in any sexual activity if you do not want to.  Sometimes it takes a few visits before couples are able to feel comfortable enough to “jump in.”  :)

Finally, I want to address your wife’s concerns about being overweight.  This is a very common concern for newbies, and one I have covered in a previous post:  Ask a Swinger: Am I Too Fat?

Regardless of what you choose to do, keep up the hot fantasy talk, and remain connected and tuned in to each other.  Swinging is one of the most rewarding components of our lives together because it involves honesty and a continual renewal of our love and commitment to each other.  Do let us know how your next trip to Las Vegas goes!

Happy Swinging!

Happy Easter!

Ask a Swinger: Safe Sex & STDs

Anonymous asked you:
We are new to the lifestyle and concerned about STDs and safe sex. If you are at a hotel party and meet a couple, how can you be sure if they are safe? Do you use condoms even for oral sex? Is there a protocol to ask to see there latest test results? What do you do?

Dear, Anonymous,

Sexually transmitted diseases are a common concern among lifestyle newbies (Swinger Dictionary: Newbies) and we totally get it. Couples in long-term monogamous relationships don’t have to worry about STDs and can choose whatever form of preventative birth control they prefer. Plus, your high school health class probably has you scared any random sexual encounter will result in your penis shriveling up and falling off. However, I am here to assure you: most swingers are STD-negative, and there is plenty you can do to make sure it stays that way.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, groups most at risk for STDs are high school and college-age individuals, low-income African-American neighborhoods, and the Gay community (this information is summarized from various databases, and readily available on the CDC’s web site). Swingers - while not necessarily a recognized subset of the population - are not represented by government statistics. That’s not to say there are not cases of sexually-transmitted disease within the swinging lifestyle (because, of course there must be statistically), but it is worth noting “swingers” or those in “open relationships” are not represented in government-funded, risk-related categories.

It is our experience that swingers are overwhelmingly concerned about this very topic, and take great care to make sure they and their partners are guarded against infection. Trust me… NO ONE wants an STD. We find most swingers are religious - nay, militant - about safe sex. This typically means that condoms are involved in all forms of penetrative sex. Yes, we realize that infections can spread through oral sex. That said, we have never encountered anyone in the lifestyle requesting the use of dental dams or condoms during oral sex. Would you be safer with such precautions? Of course. You would also be safer wearing a helmet and five-point harness in your car. But I’m still guessing you change the radio and sing along with your favorite songs, because that is more fun. That said… If you are worried, you are 100% within your right to make rules barring oral sex or require enhanced protection. Since most STDs require an open wound to spread, you can decide against flossing your teeth or shaving your genital areas within 24-48 hours before engaging in any sexual activities to avoid microscopic cuts.

We always maintain a healthy concern about sexually-transmitted diseases; it cums with the territory (pun intended). We are frequently tested and encourage our partners to do the same. We have a fantastic regimen in which we are each tested every six months. We stagger the tests biannually so we have a clean bill of health every three months. The King County Health Department has a wonderfully inexpensive testing facility in downtown Seattle (it’s on a top floor of a high rise with wonderful views, by the way). The staff is incredibly respectful and completely educated in, if not bored by, open relationships. Your community likely has a similar network. There are some minor costs involved, but it’s the price you pay to play.

There is a great deal you can do to lessen your risk of STDs within wild sex parties. As I mentioned above, you are absolutely within your rights to require condoms or dental dams for all forms of sexual touching. You might get a sideways glance, but as we always say, an awkward conversation up front is better than tears at the end. Additionally, you can reduce your risk of infection by avoiding random, sketchy hook-ups. Swinger parties and lifestyle clubs are great, but steer clear of Craigslist, prostitutes, or random encounters with nameless people in questionable places.  You should avoid people who have a cavalier attitude about safe sex; do not put yourself in a position where you will feel pressured to do something that will put you at risk.

Even the most seasoned swingers will have an STD scare at some point.  Skydive a hundred times and you’ll need to pull the backup chute once or twice.  Put on your big-girl panties and contact your partners.  Any experienced swinger knows the risks and knows how to handle “the talk.”  A quick phone call, a repeat test, and a dose of penicillin goes a long way.  We find keeping a detailed list of sexual partners and contact information is important - not only to “notch the bedpost” (wink, wink), but also for reference should you need to provide a health warning.  It is your responsibility as an ethical non-monogamist to not only pleasure your partners, but make sure they are safe, protected, and informed.

Above all, have confidence in the network. Swingers are fiercely safe and protective. Stay within the bounds of trusted connections and you should carry piece of mind.

Happy Swinging!

Oooo, this one gave me chills…the fun, wish-that-was-me kind!  ;) ~Maria

Oooo, this one gave me chills…the fun, wish-that-was-me kind!  ;) 


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Apr 6

Laci Green totally gets it.  Obviously this vlog is geared toward young, college-aged adults, but it applies to the swinging community as well.  My single biggest pet peeve in the lifestyle is people who do not or will not ask for consent before launching into sexy times.  (Tony’s musings on the topic from last year:

Just because I’m at swinger party; just because we’ve talked, or danced, or grided; and yes, even just because I’m lying naked on a bed, does not necessarily mean I want you to launch yourself straight for my tits.  Maybe I do.  Maybe you should ask.

Unfortunately, too many people who are new to the lifestyle either do not know how to ask, do not know how to say no, or feel they cannot say no because they’ve put themselves in that position.  Hogwash.  Any sexual encounter must be consensual.   That will be rule number one at any reputable club or party.

Ask away!  Consensual sex is hot.

Sep 8

looking for swinger in maynard ma


Good news!  There are hundreds of swingers in your area!  You’ll benefit from a very active community.  Our best advice is to start with a site such as SwingLifeStyle.  We did a quick search using your zip code and found 10 fun lifestyle events Saturday night within 70 miles and a plethora of couples and singles looking to hook up.  

We suggest you make a profile and explore.  Be explicit and describe yourself and what you are looking for.  Look at other people’s  profiles to get a better idea of who is in your area and who you want to meet.  Then, be bold.  Strike up a conversation and send some emails.  Take it at your own pace.  Chat first, then meet, and go from there.

You’ll be a part of the swinging lifestyle in no time.  One couple will introduce you to another.  Someone will give you insights into a party.  Someone else will take you to a club.  The swinging community is open, honest, and exciting.

Happy Swinging!


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Where have you guys been!? It's been so long since we have heard from you. Any new adventures?


So…Maria just got a new, amazing job, which has taken up pretty much all of her free time.  And Tony was just in a hilarious, naughty play.  Our latest adventures involve bedding Tony’s castmates (over and over and over again), a hot hotel party that involved Tony fucking 5 women in one night, and Maria getting some much-needed lady-loving from a close friend.  Now that football season is about to start, our options for adventuring start getting really interesting.  Stay tuned, for sure!

Happy Swinging!