Only a few years ago, before the Internet era, swingers were essentially a secret society, meeting each other through dating magazines purchased at adult bookstores.
Because of that, it was difficult to even guess at how many swingers there were.
I was shocked and concerned that the whole neighborhood would find out.
After I got over the initial shock, I realized that my neighbor was thinking the same thing.
Looking for a couple with a bisexual female, between 35 and 40, within 20 miles?
It's easy to find hundreds of them on the Internet.
Just as it has become more socially acceptable to be gay or lesbian, sexual attitudes toward bisexuals and partner swapping are also changing.
The taboo that society places on everything it categorizes as "out of the norm" has kept both homosexuals and swingers in the closet. Perhaps in a few years, it will be the "in thing" to be a swinger.
Chances are that your neighbor, an associate at work or even a family member is a swinger.
For that reason, you can feel pretty secure that you won't be ratted out; we're all in the Life Style together.
I've personally run into swingers at work, at dinner, at a strip club, at a non-swinger party, at nude beaches and in many other places.
Most swingers have a story about just such an occurrence.
It usually goes something like this: "My wife and I go to swinger's parties often and one party we went to was great -- until our neighbor and his wife walked in.
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If you lucked out and happened to live near a swingers club, it probably wasn't a very attractive or "upscale" place.