Hi, Im 23 years old And I have been dating my boyfriend for about a year and a couple months now, so the relationship is fairly new. He has already made up his mind that he wants to try the swinging lifestyle together...me on the other hand does not. I can't think of sex as just sex. Sex with him means alot to me and I wouldn't want him sharing that with anyone else. I am torn on what to do because I would like to compromise to make us both happy. He says if I should try it and not like it then he would appreciate the effort and take it for what it is so parts of me feels that I should educated myself, read up on it and perhaps try something different and the other part of my feels disgusted and confused. It makes me feel even more insecure like something is wrong with our sex life. He loves the sex, has never cheated but he is just a sexual person and is lot more open than I. I do not know what to do. This isn't something that's gonna happen overnight but something he feels strongly about. I love him and care about him so what should I do. We have to put more time into our relationship I feel first and make it stronger but should I try something I am not sure about? Should I walk away? Please help.View Thread
Thank you so very much. We spoke about it again and the issue was dropped for now. I am willing to try watching the adult films with the use of toys, I have educated myself about swinging and I wouldn't even want to watch another couple have sex yet, unless it is an adult film. I will take your advice, very well said.View Thread
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