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Here are some accommodations your group or club can make today to be more inclusive. This is not an all-inclusive list, just some initial things that can help get you thinking about inclusivity in a more practical way.

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So, we are continuing with our look at the History of Swinging. In the last article we considered the evolution of the term “Swinging” into the new nomenclature of “Consensual Non-Monogamy,” and genesis of Polyamory, as derivative of Swinging perse, as well as the social profile of Swinging and Swingers. Now, we’ll look at the early establishment of Swingers organizations, and the development of Swinging in an organized, and influential social group.

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“A survey by the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom found that 3.9% of consent violations in an alt-sex context resulted in injury. ‘So first, ask very clearly and get previous and explicit verbal permission before doing anything,’ says Dr Eli. ‘Ask things like, is it okay if we do this? What do you not want to do? How will I know when you want me to stop?’”

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NCSF honors Polyamory Women in this interview with Chasity Chandler, LMHC, MCAP, ICADC, CST, CDWF. Chasity is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Masters level Certified Addictions Professional, Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Certified Sex Therapist, EMDR trained clinician, Certified Daring Way Facilitator, Qualified Supervisor for Mental Health Counselors.

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Ladies, the Coolidge Effect is not just for the men. There have been research studies that have shown that, while less pronounced, it has similar effects on you as well. Dr. Justin Lehmiller, provided that female hamsters will mate with one male until they reach the point of sheer exhaustion only to find renewed energy when a new male has been introduced to the environment (2017).

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