SS 174: Bacchanalia Basics: It’s Play Party Time! – Live At CatalystCon West

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Life on the Swingset returns to CatalystCon West for a panel discussion about throwing and attending a play party.

They’re whispered about, opinions are drawn, expectations are high for both attendees and non. The sex party, the play party, the swinger party, call it what you will, to anyone who’s never been to one they conjure up visions of hedonistic abandon, or deeply creepy masked affairs. With so many people looking to explore their sexuality and needing a safe place to do so, play parties have value far beyond a whole bunch of naked people in a room. They can educate as well as titillate. So that’s what we’re here to talk about today.

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  1. Cooper, you are so right about the criss-cross applesauce nonsense. Cross-legged is fine. Teachers don’t need to use a lousy rhyme to describe the position.

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