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SS 29: Porn, Bisexuals, Anal Sex, Opening Up, and Tristan Taormino

In Ep 29, the Swingset tries very hard not to simply gush over their biggest crush, Tristan Taormino, as she joins us for a discussion of the time writing porn, her thoughts on bisexuality in the lifestyle and in film, her book Opening Up, and putting things in hers and other people’s asses.

On this show: Cooper, Ginger, Dylan, & Tristan Taormino, author of Opening Up

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Tristan Taormino’s website Pucker Up

Check out Ginger & The Professor’s Blog

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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5 Comments

  1. Always find comfort and understanding listening kasidie friends. Great minds are open minds!

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  2. One thing that Tristan brought up early in the episode was the possibility of marital infidelity as a possible route to swinging. I have noticed this issue is not discussed openly. Is this indicative of anyone’s experience? Does anyone know of any instances where this has happened?

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    • Generally, I would wager the reason it’s not discussed openly is that it MAY be a source of embarrassment for the couple…just a possibility

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  3. True, but still Tristan recognizes it as a path to swinging, presumably as a result of the discussions she has had with with couples who have disclosed that to her.

    I thought the relative anonymity of a blog comment would be the perfect place to talk about such experience without the potential of being recognized and embarrassed as a result.

    If the embarrassment a person/ couple may experience is as a result of just acknowledging the infidelity ever occurred, then isn’t that what Life on the Swingset is all about? (i.e “…we don’t sugar coat”)?

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    • I would personally love to hear from some folks who’ve gotten started this way.

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