Sunday, December 11, 2016

Just another (awesome) sex party

Oh what’s new. Just the usual. We were in Vegas a couple of weekends ago and had some friends over to our Cypress suite at the Bellagio on both Friday and Saturday night. Each night, we had 16 people in there (including us). We arranged it so that it was different people each night. The first night, I watched Joe have sex with a woman on the floor, doggy style while she was giving a blow job to another guy. I didn’t have sex with anyone that night, but I gave a few blow jobs. The next night, everyone got naked fast, and Joe and I soft swapped with another VERY hot couple, but no sex with anyone else. Most everyone was having sex with their own partner that night.

On Sunday, we had dinner with a couple who we met at our Friday night party. It was a great restaurant in the Aria hotel. We then went back to our hotel room with them. We talked for a long time and enjoyed watching the fountains. Eventually the two women sat with their own guy and started making out with them. Within a minute, the women both spontaneously switched places and started playing with the other guy. I took Daniel to the bed where we went at it in every position imaginable. Joe and Brittany did it on the couch, then on the ottoman. He laid back while she sort of squatted over him and “bounced” up and down on his cock, sliding almost all the way off each time. He then took her from behind while he stood and she knelt on the ottoman until he came.


Meanwhile, I rode Daniel on the bed so many times. I must have had 20 orgasms. I cum so easily. Joe and Brittany got on the bed next to us, and he fingered her for a VERY long time. She’d never squirted before, but she wanted to. He coached her through it for about 15 minutes. She got so close. She really wanted to. We got her a towel, and she felt the strong urge. She tried to relax, but just couldn’t get over the last hurdle. It will give us something to do the next time we see them. (She also said that Joe looks like Jeffrey Donovan from "Burn Notice". I guess he kind of does. If that gives you any idea what Joe looks like.)

15 comments:

  1. I tend to get lost in the wonderful feelings of sex and forget to help my partner. To try to make sure she has a fantastic time I tend to hold back a bit on my own feelings to concentrate on giving my lover that really good time. I've never been to an orgy or participated in a full swap as I think that would make that feeling of holding back even stronger. Several years ago we had a few MFM threesomes. I must be a bit of a voyeur as I really liked watching her enjoy the wonderful feelings of sex while just letting my self get lost in the moment. I think if I ever went to an orgy I would end up sitting back a watching.

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  2. you have no idea how much i missed you on your blog..
    welcome back!

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  3. Missed you so much, was worried you were no longer swinging...

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  4. What !
    No mention of coke can brad, the young tall long schlong

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  5. wonder
    if by a very long shot and against strong odds you got pregnant after an orgy or full swap..
    have you ever considered such probability?
    what if it was the other way around..some one got pregnant by your husband>

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    1. I can't get pregnant. I had a hysterectomy. It's possible my husband could get a woman pregnant. He uses a condom. Yes, it's a risk. It's worth it to us.

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    2. that represent high readiness for a complicated situations.

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  6. Since you use condoms you are obviously trying to minimize the risks involved in this lifestyle. Now that you have been in it for so long, what makes it worth it? I understand that the sex is far more intense than most monogamous relationships but that could change as more experiences build up and become more of the same also. I know when we had the threesomes our sex life took a step up in intensity and frequency as there were new experiences happening but we didn't do those things for very long. Are all of the benefits in your sex life?

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  7. I'm sure the sex is what started it, I was wondering if after the length of time you have been playing the sex was all the motivation. My lifestyle is going to change a lot in a few months and I'm looking to try an find what my wife is comfortable with. She won't even go to a movie as she dislikes that many people around. I'm sure a party wouldn't work for her. Since the threesomes, and from those I have a little idea of the more intense sex that a swap would bring, she has insisted we stay monogamous. Christy, you risk so much even with your precautions, that I wonder if there isn't something more than just the fantastic sex. Maybe our threesomes just weren't as exciting as a full swap or a party so I'm having trouble seeing myself risking my wife's current wrath to mention a return to including others in our sex life. I know she has some kink in her, I just need to find it and your sharing has given me ideas of suggestions, I'm just looking for ideas beyond what she thinks some of the alternate lifestyles include so I'll have some starting point in the upcoming discussion. Thank you for your responses and sharing. I look forward to hearing about your next swap or party.

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    1. I'd have to say that sex was and is the motivation. I'm sure there are sub-types of motivation, but they all fall under the general rubric of "sex". For some people, sex is the driving force of life. It's a basic instinct is some people and it can override the desire for almost anything else other than air, food, and shelter.

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  8. I've been told swingers communicate better and other myths. I get the feeling if you don't already communicate well that swinging could cause problems. I think you learn to communicate before or outside of swinging. I ask here as most of the swinging sites I've accessed have all sorts of things that swinging is supposed to help. I think those are essays and articles just to try to recruit more people. It is sort of like watching porn to learn how to make love. It might help you understand some of the process of having sex but the situations are not realistic and don't teach you about loving.

    My wife had gotten to know the guys we had the threesomes with through sources where she felt they were friends before they became sex partners. She doesn't think she can separate that kind of caring from sex. She feels she can only have sex with special friends. I on the other hand could probably have sex with any woman willing to have me.

    I kind of have the opposite problem about separating sex and special love. When I try to show her some affection beyond just a quick peck, like a slow kiss or a long hug, I end up wanting to have sex with her. She has said at times she feels used. When I'm with her it does become an overriding desire. That means I'm either feeling frustrated at not going through with my desire or holding back when I do give in to try to make sure she doesn't feel used.

    What you have shared has made me feel there are people in different situations that can give in, for a while, to that desire. Your response says the opportunity is a big part of your desire to live the lifestyle you do. I just have to try to find a lifestyle where both she and I can let go of inhibitions and enjoy the wonderful situations that come up.

    It may be a futile search like my desire to find ways of connecting with the spiritual world while not believing in a universe created by a god that is outside of nature and controlling us. It seems any source I find wants to connect spirituality with a supernatural god. Like spirituality is a personal experience, sexuality is also individual. What works for one may not work for another and trying to fit everyone with some label will not work.

    Thank you for sharing what you have as far as what led you into your lifestyle years ago and the challenges and successes of the past six months or so. You have given me more help than any essays or articles I've found on sites promoting swinging or polyamory.

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  9. The atheist, Sam Harris, writes about a logical spirituality that really is spirituality without the need for a god. It's in his book "Waking Up". The first half is good, but it starts getting deep and takes me off my rails for the last half, but I don't think he's wrong.

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    1. Thank you for the suggestion. The book has been ordered from Amazon.

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