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Contents[hide]1 Organizations2 History3 Etiquette4 Subgroups4.1 Urban swingers4.2 Bisexuals4.3 Hot Wife4.4 Singles5 The lifestyle in film and entertainment6 Objections to the Swinger Lifestyle7 Common Responses to Objections from the Swinger Community8 See also9 External links9.1 Academic papers//Organizations Some lifestyle activities are highly organized.
There are at least 400 swingers clubs in the USA and over 600 in Europe.
potentially those swinging couples who had stronger relationships would be motivated to complete the questionnaire, or alternatively the stress that swinging may place on a marriage means that only those with higher than average levels of commitment to their partners are able to remain married whilst swinging; additionally, couples that have jealousy or strife issues caused by swinging will not usually stay in the swinging lifestyle).
Due to the risks of jealousy, swingers most often prefer the lifestyle be something to be used as an enhancement to an already-stable relationship.
Clubs are typically divided into "on-premise" clubs, where sexual activity may happen then and there at the club, and "off-premise" clubs where sexual activity is not allowed at the club, but may be arranged at a near-by location.
There is a worldwide organization called SDC, (Swingers Date Club) that organises membership exchanges, parties, conventions and group holidays.
Almost 70% of swingers claimed no problem with controlling jealousy, around a quarter admitted "I have difficulty controlling jealousy when swinging" to be somewhat true but only 6% said this was "Yes, Very Much" true.This often relegates these activities to suburbia, where bars in large industrial parks which attract a mainstream clientele during weekdays would otherwise sit empty or closed on weekends when offices shut down. There are three standard formats: the bar/nightclub, usually smaller, in city centres and focused around a dance floor; the spa format which has pools, jacuzzis, saunas and steam rooms and where people strip on entry; and the country club format, which is out-of-town, usually serves a free buffet and may include elements of the first two as well as offering large play spaces.History According to Terry Gould's The Lifestyle: A Look at the Erotic Rites of Swingers (ISBN 1552094820), swinging began among U. Air Force pilots and their wives during World War II.Scientific research into swinging has been conducted in the USA since the late 1960s.Typically, swinging activities occur when a married (or otherwise committed) couple engages with a similar couple or a single individual. Sex on these occasions is often referred to as play.
The phenomenon (or at least its wider discussion and practice) may be seen as part of the sexual revolution of recent decades.
(Bergstrand & Williams, Today's Alternative Marriage Styles: The Case of Swingers, Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, Vol.3, 10 October 2000 ).