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SS 92: Gang-Bang the Mailbag – Double Penetration!

Today on Life on the Swingset, the Podcast, we take your questions and give you sweet, delicious, custard filled answers. We talk about metamoures not getting along, reading your partners’ e-mails, the struggle to decide whether to let a swing partner cum inside your partner, swinging with a cancer conquering sexy body, our horrible, horrible fetlife profiles, our opi… well ok we covered a lot today and we’ll cover a lot next week as we run hot right up to the edge of our trip to Desire.

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A podcast about swinging, polyamory, open relationships, and "the lifestyle" from the trenches. A diverse group tackles many issues involved with non-monogamy and what it means to be a swinger or polyamorous from the point of view of educating and illuminating what, for many, is a confusing journey to start on.

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  1. Hi, Swingsetters. I have some more feedback for the woman who was worried about her post-cancer breasts. My wife had breast-reduction surgery when she was still a teenager, reducing her to C-cup bras. This did, of course, leave scars. The scar tissue isn’t sensitive although she has regular feeling in the rest of her breast area. That being said, breast play doesn’t do much for her until she’s really turned on. Our girlfriend, on the other hand, wears L-cup bras. There’s no scars but she also doesn’t have much feeling in them so breast play doesn’t do much for her, either. Nevertheless, they still like to touch each other and are just fine with me touching them because it’s a psychological turn-on even if it isn’t a physical one for them.

    My point is that scars and a lack of sensitivity don’t make a person unattractive. Yes, there might still be people out there who do have a problem with your new breasts but there are also plenty of people who will have no problem at all with it. Good luck, have fun, and be safe.

    –Jeff

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