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Swinging As A Transvestite

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Swinging as a transvestite is something that can be a difficult transition. You will find that this is something that a lot of swingers will not be judgmental of. Make sure that you are open and honest about your sexual orientation. Trying to hide things from people that you will be having sex with is something that is only going to cause problems.

Pre Op
If you happen to be a transvestite in the pre op stages of your transition then you will need to make people aware of this before you begin any sexual relations with any of them. They will often not have any issues with what your preferred gender is as long as you let them know what you wish to do beforehand.

Post Op
If you happen to be a transvestite that is in the post op stages of your transition then you will more than likely not need to say very much. If your body functions the way that the gender you wish to be, then your fellow swingers do not need to know at first. If you find yourself getting especially close to somebody then it may be a good idea to let them know.

Open Swingers
It is usually a good idea to try to find swingers that are going to be open of your situation. There are more than likely going to be some swingers in your area that have no issues with transvestites and will not mind you joining in with them during meetings or in clubs.

STD’s and Other Nasties – Being Safe

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

There are hundreds of diseases that are transmitted through sexual activity. It can put a damper on any fun when you stop to think about it. However, it’s necessary that you understand how serious this can be, and what you can do to prevent it.

Always Use Condoms

Condoms should always be used, even in the beginning of a monogamous relationship. Until you know for certain that you can trust your partner not to stray, and you have doctors proof that you are both clean, you should never take the chance. Condoms are more than 99% effective when used properly. Using them properly is also key. Take some time to learn how to actually put them on, and find the right size. Condoms should also be used for any oral sex as well, since there are several STDs that can be contracted through oral sex.

Cross Contamination

Another way to get a nasty infection is to go from anal to vaginal, or anal or to oral sex. Never use any toy in your vagina that has been used for anal purposes. If you aren’t working with toys, be sure to change the condom before switching activities. It’s also important that you use other forms of protection as well. Dental dams are great for oral and anal/oral sex as they prevent the transmission of disease. If this is daunting, find flavored dams. It will take some time to get used to, but it can save you from an embarrassing doctors visit later.

Implications

Some STDs are just a nuisance, while others will change, and possibly shorten your life. Herpes will stay with you forever, and explaining this to future partners is embarrassing, and will likely end up with you getting fewer dates. AIDS is treatable, but not curable. You can be charged with assault or attempted murder in some states if you have this and knowingly spread it.

Best Anal Sex Advice

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Anal sex can be frightening for some at first. It is really enjoyable though when it’s done correctly. This isn’t an act that people can just one day decide to try. It does take preparation and some common sense in order to be fun. Here’s some of the best advice you can find regarding anal sex.

Practice First

It’s not a bad idea to start this solo before introducing a partner. This will allow you to take your time and find what you do and don’t enjoy. It will also acclimate you to the feelings, which can be a little strange at first.

Understand Safety

Just like with any sexual act, safety should be taken in to consideration. Aside from the normal safety stuff with condoms, there are a few additional things you should know about anal sex. Unlike vaginal sex, anal sex won’t produce any natural lubrication. You need to supplement with a good quality lube, and replenish this often. You also need to pay close attention to your body. It’s easy to tear the tissue inside the anus without feeling pain immediately. It’s vital that your partner goes slow and listens to you. Also know that anything that has been used in that area should not then be used near the vagina or mouth. Even if you don’t see fecal matter contaminating such as harmful bacteria can still be present.

Don’t Force It

Anal sex in real life is nothing like anal sex in porn. You can’t force anything in to the anus without causing discomfort, and possibly damage. Instead, you should slowly work and allow the anus to open naturally. Never force it.