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A group of swingers have given a rare and honest insight into the inner workings of the taboo lifestyle, revealing the truth behind people's common misconceptions. ABC's program You Can't Ask That features different groups of Australians and asks them questions that people want to know the answer to but wouldn't bring up in a regular situation.
Some of the past participants include former cult members, drag queens, transgender people, strippers and, in the latest episode, swingers. The participants start off by addressing some of the myths around swinging and swingers parties.
There's a common misconception that at these parties partners get chosen by everyone putting their car keys in a bowl and whoever's keys you pick out is your partner for the night. But according to the participant's this rarely, if ever, happens and partners are chosen on a preferential basis. Megan, a single woman who is involved in the Brisbane swinger scene, said: "That would terrify me because you don't really have a choice about who you're going home with or who you're hooking up with.
Megan is known as a "unicorn" in the shining community because of her single status and said that a lot of couples often look to incorporate another woman in their sex lives. She said that many people believe women are forced into the swinging scene by their husbands or boyfriends and that the community is just full of "sleazy, old, fat men".
For the people being interviewed the decision to get into swinging was very much a mutual decision between both partners. Husband and wife Andrew and Sally first got into the scene shortly after their engagement. He was pretty much one of my first sexual partners," Sally said.