Momlogic peeks over the fence to show you the racy stuff that might be going on in your own neighborhood.
Momlogic investigated and found Tara, 28, who has
been married to James, 36, for three years and has a 2-year-old son.
Here's what they had to say about being swingers.
ML: How long have you been swinging?
Tara: James and I have been swinging off and on for nearly six years. We dated three years prior to getting married.
ML: What does swinging mean?
Tara: Swinging to us means "playing" as a couple with another couple. We meet compatible couples for drinks, so we can chat about things. Within the first couple hours, we know if they are a couple we want to have sex with.
ML: What was your first swinging experience like?
Tara: We had a threesome--including James, myself and another man, and that led to swinging with other couples. The first time was OK, but it continued to get better every single time.
ML: How does the swing lifestyle work when you have children?
Tara: Well, it's very hard to find other swinging couples who have children, but once you do, it's a plus, because we can all relate to something other than just sex--we become friends as well.
ML: What do you do with your son when you have couples over?
Tara: He's at a babysitter's house.
ML: Do you plan on being open about your lifestyle with your son?
Tara: Yes, absolutely! As soon as he is an adult, we will be open with him. We are also OK with him choosing the same type of lifestyle as long as he knows it's not an everyday thing.
While Tara and James appear happy with their decision, if you're a suburban couple craving some variety--beware! Most of the couples we talked with made it very clear trying to replace a bad sex life and/or relationship with swinging is not healthy, and is a sure-fire way to end your relationship.
If you would like to share your "Secret in the Suburbs" with momlogic, click here. Next Friday, we'll get a peek inside the life of a neighborhood mother of twins who moonlights as a "mominatrix."