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Thread: Is it ok to hold a Swinger party with people from different religions?
 

 Nov 17, 2010 05:28:43 AM
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Is it ok to hold a Swinger party with people from different religions?
Yes, you did not read the title wrongly.


 Nov 18, 2010 08:58:07 AM
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sure why not christmas is an amalgam of different religions and stuff ... the key is DON't bring up religion or politics or other toxic subjects like that ... or don't try to make it a theme party based on that ...

 Nov 17, 2010 05:29:44 AM
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If you show up to a swingers party, I think youre past caring about religion when you just wanna have an orgy with a bunch of strangers ;)

 Nov 17, 2010 05:29:49 AM
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Sure, why not? If you're going to a Swinger party, you're not the most uptight religious person to being with.

 Nov 17, 2010 05:30:40 AM
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Different sexes is more usual but you could try different religions. Doesn't sound as much fun to me though.

 Nov 17, 2010 05:32:10 AM
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Protestants only do missionary position, so don't invite them.

 Nov 17, 2010 05:37:32 AM
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as long as they're into the same kinky stuff as you are.
they might have/not have a foreskin but y'know

 Nov 18, 2010 08:52:14 AM
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As long as everyone is open to swinging, I can hardly see the problem. Swinging is somewhat a community religion itself.

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