Your questions about swinging answered
Anyone and everyone can be a swinger. Swingers are not defined by social class or religion, nor by age, as long as they are over the legal age of consent.
Swingers we have met over the years have come from every walk of life. Judges and politicians, Priests, Teachers and headmasters, Financiers, Diplomats, TV personalities, Sportsmen and women, dustmen, plumbers, electricians, military personnel, Newspaper reporters and editors, newspaper owners. Basically everyone is represented, from across every profession and every race and every religion.
Most swingers do not discriminate against others on grounds of age, colour, religion or class. However everyone has the right to choose who they do not play with, as if there is no attraction there will be no enjoyment.
Professional research carried out in 2005 suggests that a quarter of the adult population of the UK are now involved in swinging. Swinging in other countries is almost certain to be of similar or greater proportions. Factors such as use of internet contact sites and swingers clubs suggest that most European and American countries have a larger percentage of swingers than the UK. Per head of population there are more swinger clubs in every major European country and in the USA and Canada. There are also more people registered on swingers sites per head of population than in the UK.
Spain has a very large native swinging population as well as huge numbers of participants from Northern European countries. With about 200 swingers clubs around the country it has a much higher number of clubs than the UK.
It is also possible to find thousands of swingers personal ads in the newspapers and online advertising sites.Back to Questions and Answers