When you think of orgies or gang bangs and joining one, your frame of mind isn’t exactly how it should be. You’re overcome with lustful and excited emotions and obviously safety and the psychological after-effects are the last thing on your mind. You’re ready to dive in there and take this thing head-on, one monstrous cock at a time. Let me stop you right there – is this really what you should be getting yourself into?
How do orgies effect you psychologically?
Oh, I know I’m being a horrible party pooper by pissing on your gang bang parade, but you also know that in a situation like this, you need a voice of reason, or as Sigmund Freud once called it – the superego. The angel on your shoulder, if you will.
Now, I’m not saying that having multiple partners is a bad thing. On the contrary, it’s pretty obvious that sexual repression is the cause of most psychological damage. It’s actually been scientifically proven that swinging increases sexual desire in one’s partner and swingers have lower divorce rates than vanilla couples. So, it’s actually very good to incorporate different partners into your bedroom, if you are mentally stable enough to deal with something like that.
Realistically thinking though, if you’re joining an orgy with a loving partner as a “spur of the moment” thing, you’re going to have a bad time. Probably not in the immediate future, but definitely in the long run. Sharing partners or joining sex parties with a partner is something that needs to be discussed – thoroughly – beforehand and both parties need to be open and honest about their feelings when it comes to sharing their partners, because while it could be a walk in the park for one partner, it could be psychologically damaging to the other.
It might be for religious reasons or just the fact that they don’t feel comfortable with the idea. They might feel like they’re not good enough for their partner and if they see their partner with someone else they might get jealous and start to develop insecurities. This is why it’s absolutely vital to discuss and agree on the situation before diving in.
On the other hand, going into an orgy by yourself is probably not the best idea either. Medical and psychological problems could occur if you don’t know the people you’re fooling around with (not to mention safety, so have a friend with you). The reality is that STI’s are rife in today’s world and doing the nasty without a condom on is a big NO-NO, and if you’re still a little naive sexually, an orgy is probably not the best place to start. You could start to display a promiscuous appetite for sex (which might not seem so bad, but if you’re sexually inexperienced could be disastrous in the long run), guilt episodes, and even depression.
Of course, if you’re experienced enough and mentally capable to understand that you probably won’t get a call back from any one of 17 Stevens you had a mind-blowing orgy with last night, by all means go ahead and do it. I’m not here to mother you. However, keep it clean and above all, stay safe.
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Contributor – Tristan Ridge
Tristan is a 21 year old, HOT, bisexual Australian surfer-slash-college boy who just loves the swinging scene and explores it with his partners in his polygamous relationship. He’s been part of the swinging scene and orgies since he was 18 years old.