Swingers Website, Agrees with Marriage counselors on swinging
Twelve marriage counselors reviewed swingers website and all saw no problem with being on a swingers website, or open relations, but are against cheating.
PR9.NET June 01, 2009 - A recent survey was conducted on regular relations and those belonging to swingers website. Women not in the Swinglifestyle and not belonging to swingers website, gripe about their husbands, and kids, even the lack of attention they receive. More non swinging women are starting to have more infidelity than men. Some women think it is ok to kiss, and make out with other men as long as they do not have sex. Women like the thrill of someone new to interact with.
It is impossible to tell how many women cheat, due to lying on polls. However a poll was conducted on Topix. The poll was "Do you think being a swinger helps a relation?"
Remarkably all voters chose yes, that they agree swinging helps a relationship.
Swingers websites concluded, that some believe sexual attraction is part of human nature and should be openly enjoyed by a committed or married couple. Some swingers say divorce in the US, and lack of quality of sex and spousal infidelity are significant factors in divorce. One study showed Non swingers, that 37% of husbands and 29% of wives admit at least one extramarital affair (Reinisch, 1990), and divorce rates for first marriages approached 60%.
Many couples enter swinging while in secure relationships; provide added motivation to avoid excessive health risks. While sexual affairs outside the relation may be in the heat of the moment with no regard to the other partner, swingers maintain that sex among swingers is a more thought-out and practical affair.
The Swingers Website, http://www.swinglifestyle.com agrees, that subjective scientific research has been conducted in the United States since the late 1960s. A study, based on an Internet questionnaire addressed to visitors of a swingers website, found swingers are happier in their relationships than the norm.
According to ABC News reporter John Stossel, who conducted an investigation in the Swinglifestyle. Stossel reported several Americans are swingers, according to estimates by the Kinsey Institute and other researchers. Stossel cited Terry Gould's research, which concluded that "couples swing in order to not cheat on their partners." When Stossel asked swinging couples whether they worry their spouse will "find they like someone else better", one male replied, "People in the swinging community swing for a reason. They don't swing to go out and find a new wife;" a woman asserted, "It makes women more confident - that they are the ones in charge." Stossel interviewed 12 marriage counselors. According to Stossel, "not one of them said don't do it", though some said "getting sexual thrills outside of marriage can threaten a marriage". Swingers that Stossel interviewed claimed "their marriages are stronger because they don't have affairs and they don't lie to each other. 12 of 12 marriage counselors do not have a problem with swinging.
In conclusion, neither women nor men should be blamed for any infidelity, If an individual is mature enough to be a swinger on a swingers website like swinglifestyle.com they should have a great time. People should not cheat or have affairs, Swingers put everything out in the open. The thrill of being a swinger is keeping the thrill alive, and loving your partner.
For more information please visit http://www.swinglifestyle.com/login/newuser.cfm to see what being a swinger is all about.
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