By Daniel Stern
A wry and revealing tale of 1 man's trip into the swinger way of life that draws again the curtain on certainly one of our such a lot fascinating—and private—subcultures
An envisioned fifteen million robust around the world, swingers are everywhere—a large group hiding in undeniable sight whose erotic hobby continues to be a whole secret to the remainder of us. In Swingland, Daniel Stern outs himself and the secretive society he loves, recounting his transformation from a bumbling neophyte fearful of all issues carnal right into a veteran sexual adventurer.
Once limited to suburban key events and personal golf equipment, "swinging" has remodeled, through the web, right into a free-for-all. at the present time just a couple of mouse clicks locates your excellent couple (or couples), some distance more straightforward and no more riskily than ever prior to (no being concerned approximately working into them at PT A meetings). there are many bumps and bruises alongside the best way for Stern, together with numerous rejections, ignored possibilities, and one specific AARP orgy. yet slowly and absolutely, via a magnificent sequence of threesomes, foursomes, and moresomes, this "Vanilla" beginner turns into a far sought-after associate for trying to boost their relationships. in the course of his exploits, he learns a complete new lexicon (there aren't many unmarried girls swingers, or "Unicorns," yet lots of MFMs, FMFs, MFMFs, and GBs), in addition to precious recommendation (be sincere, open, and be aware of your limits).
But Swingland is far greater than a titillating exposé. Stern's wit and infectious enthusiasm make Swingland as improbably secure because it is fun—and most unlikely to place down. All are welcome,