Starting simple....  

rm_2Swedes4Fun 40M/42F
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4/19/2006 4:41 pm

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5/26/2006 12:03 pm

Starting simple....


TOdays society has more restrictions and boundrys then at any other time in history. And if that was not bad enough, America is first and formost in the modisty ring.

Im not just talking sexual modesty either...were talking about what people as a whole chose to accept or not as socialy acceptable.

Take the subject of marriage and sex. If your married there is indeed sex...but there is only sex within the marriage, this is what is socialy acceptable.

Perhaps it is our own modesty that is in some part responcible for there being so many failed marriages today. Think about it....

Its in mans inherant nature to want to pass on his genes. Back when men were free the idea was to procure as many child bearing woman as possible to assure those genes were passed on.

WHile woman are naturely looking for two seperat things that may or may not be able to be found in one man....women want someone who can protect and provide for them and children as well as a man who can pass on good healty genes. A womans version of sexy is her way or raiting his health.

We say, build your life...make it comfortable, plan for long lasting commitment...then go out and get those few small things you need to keep you and the spouce happy.

Next blog Ill get into how you can convince a reluctant spouce into trying out the wild life, along with good rules to keep and what to look for or avoid in another couple or potential 3rd party.

Until next time...LIVE LIFE!!!!

angelofmercy5 60F
17881 posts
4/19/2006 8:41 pm

Welcome to the blogs!


GoddessOfTheDawn 106F
11240 posts
4/20/2006 10:56 am


welcome to blogging


nikonaperture 50M

5/8/2006 4:21 pm

It’s nice to see other people think along the same lines as I. I am very tired of the religious right in this country controlling our sexuality. People really need to be more at piece with themselves socially and sexually. I myself sometimes struggle with this do to having these forced values thrust upon me at an early age. I’m a subscriber of as long as it is not hurting someone let it be. People just need to be more accepting of other life styles and stop trying to force there particular beliefs on others.


crued9829 51M

5/23/2006 10:39 am

I agree in that society views those of us that choose to enjoy our lives and live outside the "accepted practices of society" are frowned upon. How many times has somes displayed contempt or disgust for your failure to comply and then they slink away to violate those same rules? what's the difference? They aren't obvious and keep it quiet. I believe their contempt is actually jealousy. Hypocrisy is perhaps my greatest enemy and hate in this society we live in.


rm_2Swedes4Fun 40M/42F
1 post
5/26/2006 12:03 pm

So very very true!


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