Swinging is an old practice and one that is used to keep the sex lives of couples from going stale – however, it is more than just a sex practice. It is also a community of people who come together to explore their bodies in new ways. Swinging itself is often independent of a person’s gender or sexual orientation: people from all walks of life enjoy the practice. Whether this be small, discreet meet-ups between friends, arrangements between couples or large swinger parties which are held all across the country, swinging can be a very liberating and rewarding experience.
For women, in particular, those who are interested in exploring their bisexual sides, this can be an incredibly eye-opening experience. When it comes to swinging among “heterosexual” couples, there are a lot of female partners who will decide to have sex with another woman – often this is done to please their male partners, but this isn’t always the case. In fact, at some swinger parties, there are play rooms where only women are permitted. Here, they can come together and explore one another’s bodies.
Swinging with Other Women – Am I A Lesbian?
One of the first questions some women may ask themselves when they get off with another woman is – “Am I a lesbian?”. This question can be particularly prominent if they feel that they enjoyed the experience immensely. For those who think this, the first thing to remember is that you are not a lesbian unless you decide you are. If you feel in your gut and your heart that you ultimately prefer women, then perhaps you are a lesbian. However, even enjoying sex with someone of the same gender does not necessarily mean you are gay. Sex is sex: orientation, on the other hand, is all about attraction. It is very easy to have sex with someone you’re not really attracted to – and even enjoy it!
Is This For Me Or My Partner?
It’s no secret -especially among swingers- that men enjoy seeing women get off with one another. Sometimes this is very much an act for the men to watch, but that’s not always the case. As stated before, there are sometimes play rooms at swingers’ parties where only women are allowed. The idea behind this is to create a “safe space” where they can explore. For anyone who might be nervous walking into something like this, it is often the perfect solution.
So, whether experimenting with other women is for the benefit of yourself or your partner, it is important to determine ultimately whether or not it makes you happy. This is, after all, the essence of sex.
When it comes to sexuality, in general, there are a lot of shades of gray. It is up to the individual themselves to decide how far they are willing to go, as well as seeing what it is they are comfortable with. There is a lot to choose from, so have some fun and play around!