This Much Fun Can’t Be Legal [NOOK Book]

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At last a Swinger wife speaks out. Married to Dax St. James, author of the bestselling report The Swingers, Nikki makes powerful points in her own unique self-confession – and some startling claims, including:

1. A swinger couple's relationship can be greatly enhanced by the sexual adventures, more open communication and bonding that can take place when the couple allows ...
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This Much Fun Can’t Be Legal

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Overview



At last a Swinger wife speaks out. Married to Dax St. James, author of the bestselling report The Swingers, Nikki makes powerful points in her own unique self-confession – and some startling claims, including:

1. A swinger couple's relationship can be greatly enhanced by the sexual adventures, more open communication and bonding that can take place when the couple allows their alter egos to emerge for an evening.
2. All swinger wives are not forced into swinging by their husbands. Some have actually suggested it.
3. Swinging has evolved beyond simple couple swapping. Couples use it as a way of fulfilling all sexual fantasies. Variations might include: the wife picking up a stranger for the evening; the husband watching his wife go out on a "date"; couples experimenting with polyamorous relationships; sexual bondage scenes involving others. The limits are only as far as your imagination will take you.
4. Swinger wives are the ones who benefit the most. They are given the opportunity for their alter egos to emerge – to freely carry out behavior they would never dream of in their "vanilla" world – and then to resume day-to-day life the next morning.

In addition, Nikki St. James' book shatters a number of harmful myths:

1. Swinging is not "legalized" cheating. It's quite the opposite: swingers play together to avoid the humiliation that cheating can cause their partners and themselves.
2. Swinging is not the result of an unhappy marriage. Again, quite the opposite! If a marriage is unhappy, swinging will make it worse. It takes a strong, committed couple to enter into a swinging relationship. The intent is to strengthen the intimacy and bonds of the marriage by sharing sexual fantasies.
3. Swinger husbands respect their wives. Most people believe that swinging - usually assumed to be the husband's idea - shows disrespect for the marriage and faded love for the wife. In fact, your average swinger husband is madly in love with his wife. He simply wants to expand their sexual horizons and explore their sexuality together, rather then endanger their marriage by exploring them apart.
4. Swinger wives don't hate swinging or begrudgingly do it to keep their husbands happy. Once swinger wives realize the rich diversity of roles and experiences swinging can offer - and that they actually call the shots in the sexual dynamics - they experience a release and freedom that allows them to fulfill their ultimate sexual fantasies with no penalties or guilt.

Follow one woman's eye-opening journey into the world of swingers and swinging. And don't miss Dax St. James' journalistic trilogy (linked at the bottom of this page) exploring the world of The Swingers!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148250876
  • Publisher: Renaissance E-Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/14/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,301,264
  • File size: 639 KB

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