Being Recognized as a Swinger... How Do You Deal with That?
Maddy V     
Swingers Open Lifestyle Recognized Public
Swingers Open Lifestyle Recognized Public
You will not be the first to let your erotic fantasies come true in a club or party and then suddenly encounter a familiar person. Here's what to do.

You will not be the first to let your erotic fantasies come true in a club or party and then suddenly encounter a familiar person. Or you are looking for a couple in your area and suddenly you meet your neighbors. Or a colleague or family member. How do you deal with that?


Scared When Seeing an Acquaintance


Various blogs on the site show that it regularly happens that the party spirit is initially disturbed by the encounter of a friend. You are shocked, and you just don't know what to do. But in the end, most of them deal with it remarkably easily. After all, if you meet someone you know at a (swingers) party, on the site or in a club, then that person is clearly also interested in the lifestyle.

Most swingers keep their swingers' lives secret from friends, family, and children. Not everyone understands what it means, and to prevent misery, annoying situations, etc., silence is easier. Even though live-in children sometimes realize. And if they do not know, then you must ensure that all objects or other things that point to your lifestyle are properly cleaned up.

Some couples choose to inform broad-minded family or friends (to a greater or lesser extent) so that they can occasionally talk about it or simply do not have to come up with an excuse why they are so often occupied during the weekend.


Recognizing Swingers... How Do You Do That?


You can also be recognized as a swinger in a different way. Namely, how do you recognize other swingers outside of clubs, parties, and dates?

There are always tips on blogs and websites to make recognition easier. For example, SDC has a handy bracelet with nothing but the logo on it. But not everyone is waiting for such a sign because the question arises: do you need that in daily life? Are you waiting for a claim on a train or bus? Many swingers think that being registered on a site is more than sufficient.

Another danger is that the identifying marks also become known to people whom you do not want to recognize you as a swinger. This can sometimes have nasty consequences. Therefore, be careful about exposing yourself in emails and using forums. Always use an alias and do not post 'public' photos.


Where Do You Meet Other Swingers?



Questions to Ask Yourselves About Being Recognized as Swingers


  • Do you find it annoying to meet a friend, colleague, family member or perhaps your employer in a swingers club or an erotic party?
  • How do you deal with that?
  • Would you like a recognition symbol?
  • Why yes / no?

Maddy V

Dutch journalist and editor. Specialized in writing articles about sex, health and relationships.
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