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Here are more of your questions that you have been longing for answers:

6. Do we have to be a married couple to have a swinger-friendly holiday?

You don't necessarily need to be married couple to have a swinger-friendly holiday. But you do very least need to be either committed (an ongoing emotional commitment), living together (co-habitation, with or without an on-going intimate relationship, or single couples who date.

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7. Do we have to be active in the lifestyle to book couples only holiday?

Many couples who have booked themselves into a swinger resort vacation are looking for a little extra excitement to spice up their very own relationship. There are couples who are active in the lifestyle, while some are either into exhibitionists, voyeurs or fetish. However, they all share on thing in common that is they are all opened mined and tolerant of everyone.

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8. Are there any rules that I should be aware of at lifestyle resorts?

Rules and restrictions are much the same as what you follow in swinger's clubs back home. As a reminder, the fundamental rule is that you always ask before touching and that no means absolutely "no" with no questions ask.

Other rules may include:

  • Any unwanted attention is not acceptable
  • Anyone found or proven to be bothering other guest will be asked to leave
  • All behavior that requires and apology has already crossed the line and the consequences would be grounds for removal

Remember, swinger resorts ensures an environment which is safe and comfortable for couples to explore and enjoy.

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9. If I don't want to participant in any of the sexual activities, am I welcome to watch?

When you and your partner are at any swinger resort you are not required to do anything that you do not wish to, especially when it involves sexual contacts. Discreetly watching others is acceptable, but openly staring or moving into someone else’s comfort zone is not, unless it is clear that it is what you and they want.

So the rule of thumb is, aware of anything that might make others uncomfortable and detracted from their enjoyment of the experience.

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10. Are we free to swap partner, or what?

There are many variations of partner swapping as there are participants. It is up to every couple to make their own rules as their level of comfort dictates.

All couples can freely engage in sexual activity with others with or without their primary partner present (open swinging). Those who do not wish to engage in any sexual activities with anyone else can chose to enjoy the voyeuristic and exhibitionistic aspects of the lifestyle. Remember don’t forget to ask as it is your responsibilities for letting other know what your part is.

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11. Can we take pictures?

Taking picture in public places of people you do not know and without consent within the resort is forbidden. Taking unauthorized photographs of other guests is grounds for expulsion from the resort. This also includes the use of mobile phone camera.

It is only in the privacy of your own room and with consent from other couples that pictures may be taken.

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