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A number of people have heard about the swinging lifestyle, but fewer people are aware of what polyamory actually means and how different it is to swinging. What follows are some of the key differences between the two that will allows you to determine if this is actually something that may be tempting to you or something you want to avoid. They are indeed two completely different lifestyles and with a better understanding it will make it easier for you to decide which one applies to you.
Were you ever curious about the “swinging” life-style or wondered what polyamory is all about? Our guest this week, Cooper S. Beckett, has done it all! He will share his experience with ethical non-monogamy, polyamory and swinging and candidly discuss these life choices and his books, “My Life on the Swingset” and his latest book, “A Life Less Monogamous.” So join us for this fascinating look into a world where married couples agree to include other partners. Clothing is optional….but this is radio so no one will know! Friday, 10 PM EST, on the DTM Wicked Radio Network.
Respect or venerability towards the entirety of nature and towards the Creation and its laws and recommendations must determine the human being's thoughts and feelings and his or her deeds. Human beings must live in harmony with the Creation, with nature, with Earth and the universe, as well as with all varieties of present existence that spring forth from these. Rivers, stones, plants, animals, lakes, seas, brooks, springs, the air and water, trees and bushes
and everything that crawls and flies here on Earth are life forms with a spirit-form, with very many of them being connected by psychic swinging waves. All of them are Wesenheiten that communicate with one another, all knowing about their common existence amongst one another.
You think you want to swing? Do you daydream about having two girls at once? Do you want to see your girlfriend with another woman? Maybe you want to see her with another man while you take on another woman and join in for sloppy seconds?
Swinging is not for the relationship that has even a kernel of insecurity, distrust, dishonesty or jealousy. This type of sexual freedom only exists within the narrow confines of a truly trusting relationship. There is no in-between. Good luck in whatever you decide, and make your choice with eyes wide open because you never know how things will turn out until after it all happens.
Due to schedule conflicts, the originally planned show about Sexual independence will air on next Thursday July 11th. Tonight's broadcast is a replay of a show from last winter about Swinging as an alternative lifestyle. If you are curious about whether this expression of Sexual Liberation is for you, listen in as I talk w/ Kate an enthusiastic practitioner of The Lifestyle!
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 107: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion is concerned about Davante Adams' 9.9% Hog Rate.
Martavis Bryant's lack of college production and 2014 snap share suggest that he is being overvalued in redraft fantasy leagues.
Comparing the college careers of Davante Adams and Jeff Janis.
All advanced metrics suggest a Jeff Janis breakout is imanent.
Jeff Janis had the best wide receiver SPARQ score at the 2014 Scouting Combine.
Radio silence while bidding in the Kitchen Sink Dynasty League.
From fantasy league transactions to swinging conversations, men and women are wired very differently.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Join co-hosts Head Nurse Mikester and the Sound Gimp on the Rainbow Asylum as they celebrate National Coming Out Day with flair, style, and complete trashyness! Joining them in the studio as always is the Mad Poet Bomber and Miss Debbie Demure.
Darren Barrett’ - Debuts newly released seventh album, “Trumpet Vibes.
For the first time in his award-winning career, the trumpeter-composer-producer explores his Jamaican roots on a recording project. Adeptly, the Boston-based artist from Toronto introduces good-time reggae rhythms and frenzied ska beats native to his parents’ Caribbean homeland to hard bop and swinging jazz on the eight-song set that he produced and wrote four new compositions.
A charismatic companion to engage in meaningful discourse and occasionally play foe to his astute trumpet play, Barrett selected the vibraphone to share the spotlight as a featured “voice” throughout the session, with noted vibes soloist Warren Wolf guesting on a pair of tracks to participate in improvisational banter with a young trio comprised of vibist Simon Mouillier and brothers Alexander and Anthony Toth on bass and drums respectively. Also of significance is that Barrett opens the session by saluting his late mentor, trumpet great Donald Byrd, on the chirpy swinger “Fly Little Bird.” Interesting to hear him ply the jazz-meets-reggae motif to pop gems such as the regal “To Sir With Love” and amorous overtures like David Gates’ “Everything I Own” and Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour.” Barrett shines on his own compelling compositions, including the moody and murky “Chiapas”; the deliberate “Song For A Princess,” on which he takes his time – nearly seven minutes - to bop and blow while cruising a laidback island wave; “Phantom dB” that gets a jarring jolt of rock & roll drumming and some dissonant trumpet distortion; and the slightly more conventional straight-ahead jazz foray “The Club Up The Street” that wraps the disc.