My husband and I have had quite an exciting week. We have officially taken over management of the “club” I mentioned in my first post on Safersex.org. Membership in the club currently sits at 74 couples, and we are growing fast. We obviously are unable to have a fixed location for our parties, and Tom and I are finding out just how hard planning club events can be. Richard and Jenny (not their real names), the founding members of our club who just moved out of town, always prided themselves on hosting soirees that would be enjoyable even without the sex. The number of moving pieces that goes into organizing an event attended by 100 people can be quite daunting. From the locale to the drinks, food and entertainment — all of these typical party planning facets come into play with the additional burden of the necessity of discretion.
So this past weekend was our first official event as hosts — and it went off beautifully. We used a local venue which must remain unnamed — and outfitted it with rooms themed to suit all proclivities within the sexual spectrum. The club only has a few simple rules. Respect must be shown to all other members at all times. Couples only. Men will not initiate contact with women without an explicit invitation. And, most importantly, safety is the highest priority. I am writing here on Safersex to provide an example of how even the most sex-positive and open of couples can still adhere to the dictates of safe sex.
To all fellow club members — it was a pleasure (literally and figuratively) to host our first event, and we look forward to our next get together on August 14th. As Tom and I promised, we will be very careful to avoid disclosing any personal details on here or on Bizarresex.com. I’ll post an update on here soon sharing some of the more entertaining tidbits to emerge from last Saturday’s fun.
In many respects, I’m a typical Midwest (I’d prefer not to say exactly which city) stay-at-home soccer mom. I’m a petite and perky blonde, and although I detest the term, I have heard the acronym MILF thrown in my direction on several instances. Quite a few of my friends have commented how much I remind them of the woman in the above video, so I attached it to give you some point of reference. I will not be posting pictures of myself on this blog, nor on the other blog (www.bizarresex.com) my husband and I are taking over.
Although we are a typical couple in many respects, our newfound hobby/side business differentiates us from the vast majority of our neighbors. Tom and I have an open relationship and have been members of a local swingers club for almost 4 years. The couple who ran this club recently moved — and we decided to take it over. Hence, we must be very discrete about any personal details posted on our blogs. We initially decided against blogging about sex and our personal exploits, but we changed our minds when a close friend convinced us that our “heartland” sex-positive message might help put a dent in the often repressive Puritanical facets of American society. Whereas bizarresex.com will chronicle our exploits now managing “the club”, this safersex blog is a more serious endeavor seeking to educate and convey the importance of keeping sex safe.
As illustrated in the above amusing video, safe sex doesn’t equate to boring sex. Condom use can be creatively incorporated into your foreplay, and in today’s world there is really no excuse for those with multiple partners not to use a condom. We have also adopted a motto of “tested and clean” within our club, and I can’t stress enough the importance of regular testing for those in the scene — as well as all everyone else who is sexually active. Safersex.org will endeavor to provide information and advice in support of hot, but safe, sexual practices. Speaking of which, Tom is now beckoning me away from my laptop — don’t worry, we’ll be safe, I promise!