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parents_sm.jpgWe've all been there. In one way or another, we've been there. Whether it's the terror of being asked by a perplexed and terrified four year-old asking "Mommy, is Daddy hurting you?" as said cherub magically appears mid-screaming orgasm at the foot of your bed like a tiny poltergeist of sexual destruction, unexpected and decidedly unwelcome as you regret terribly the lack of a lock on your bedroom door. Or maybe it's the permanently embedded scar on the landscape of your memory which recollects with a nauseatingly vivid clarity the time that you did that to YOUR parents. Ewww. (A moment please...must divert mind. Quick! Nothing remotely sexual! ......Thank God, there's a feature on Speidi's back scoop on TMZ.)

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RaincheckWhether you are single, coupled, or in an open-relationship with fifteen undiagnosed nymphomaniacs, you will eventually encounter a sexual advance that you'll prefer not to accept for one reason or another. If you don't want to have sex or can't have sex, then you should, by all rights, refuse the sexual advance but that doesn't mean that you need to do it in a way that makes the person who makes the advance feel bad. It takes a lot of balls, guts, and nervous sweat to admit to another human being that you find them attractive and want to get busy with them. Do your best to be kind when you reject their advances.

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Kidder, Jade, Lorax and FKS will host several group events. They include playing a Sex is Fun brand game before it is even released, girl-on-girl wrestling, and speed dating.

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Swinging Brand Ice CreamThe Oxford English Dictionary defines "lifestyle" as "the way in which a person lives." I would identify as a non-vanilla thinker, and a swinger, but I wouldn't say either of those things describe very well the way in which I live. So I'm interested in why engaging in non-vanilla sexual activities is known as "the lifestyle". And it is called that - look up "the lifestyle" on a search engine of your choice and among the first hits will be the Wikipedia page on swinging.

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BiTheWay.jpgI've been having this conversation with a few people lately, the double standard about bi males in the lifestyle. As swingers we seem perfectly happy (and expecting) that our women are bisexual. In fact, I don't know that I've met any swinger couples whose female portion isn't bisexual.

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Kidder Kaper

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Kidder has been theorizing and writing about human sexuality since 1993, when he began work on his primary goal: "Teaching the world to be unafraid to enjoy sex."


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Laura Rad

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Laura Rad has been educating herself and others about sexuality for over seven years. You can find Laura every week chatting with the crew of the Sex is Fun Podcast.


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Gay Rick

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Gay Rick is an HIV Educator and Co-Host on the Sex is Fun podcast. He is also a certified Hepatitis C Educator.


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Coochie

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The in-house audio engineer.


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John Stark

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John writes a blog titled We Sleep Together. He is in his twenties, and has been in an open relationship for six and some years.


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Walrus

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The Walrus is an avid SIF listener, married, and recently became a proud father. He spends his days working in IT, but has always been interested in pushing the boundaries of traditional and conservative thoughts sexually.


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Cooper Beckett

cooper@lifeontheswingset.com


Cooper Beckett's life isn't like other people's. When he's not writing or podcasting at Life on the Swingset, he's living it up with his wife Marilyn as evangelical swingers, spreading the good word that "sharing is caring."


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Beth Swings

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Beth is an English rose, happily married and happily swinging in the UK and abroad. She has a full-time vanilla career which she loves. Beth counts sex and naturism among her many extra-curricular passions in life.


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Mari Rose

marie@cakesandcuffs.com


Mari Rose and her family live in Colorado, love life and do their best to maintain balance and sanity and in this crazy, sexy, beautiful world.


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Lorax

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Lorax runs everything behind the scenes at Sex is Fun. If she's not maintaining the website, gathering articles, or directing art you can find her wakeboarding or snowboarding with her husband.