Dogging in Richmond?
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James

Richmond, KY

#1 May 22, 2011
Is there any place that is good for dogging in Richmond? I would love to watch my wife have a couple guys in one night...
Fawny

Richmond, KY

#2 May 23, 2011
Good question, because I would love to make my husband watch me have a few guys in one night, myself...
Descreet Guy

Richmond, KY

#3 May 23, 2011
Fawny wrote:
Good question, because I would love to make my husband watch me have a few guys in one night, myself...
I am a well endowed young stud that would love to take care of you while your husband watches, I live in Richmond.

Since: Mar 11

United States

#4 May 23, 2011
Hey count me in.....
Suggestions

Worthington, KY

#5 May 24, 2011
Try the Health Department. There will likely be a few swingers there getting genital warts removed, or seeing to one of the countless other complications that can occur when people decide to indiscriminately swap fluids with multiple partners.

Or perhaps the courthouse, where spouses that have no concept of the term "commitment" are finding they can't cope so well with "open marriages" and are busy divvying-up their possessions and kids.

Have fun with that.
QQq

Ashland, KY

#6 May 24, 2011
this post is disgusting
Wife - Sherry

Corbin, KY

#7 May 24, 2011
Had a great time last night, what with the weather raging all around and the guys and girls having fun. I got up to come to work this morning and I swear I was walking bow legged. But we girls gave as good as we got. It was great! Thanks for the memories guys.
James

Richmond, KY

#8 May 24, 2011
Suggestions wrote:
Try the Health Department. There will likely be a few swingers there getting genital warts removed, or seeing to one of the countless other complications that can occur when people decide to indiscriminately swap fluids with multiple partners.
Or perhaps the courthouse, where spouses that have no concept of the term "commitment" are finding they can't cope so well with "open marriages" and are busy divvying-up their possessions and kids.
Have fun with that.
Or Topix, where people show they have anitquated, uptight, and incorrect ideas about human sexuality.
Suggestions

United States

#9 May 24, 2011
James wrote:
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Or Topix, where people show they have anitquated, uptight, and incorrect ideas about human sexuality.
Yes, Math is antiquated & uptight... but seldom incorrect. When comparing multiple partners versus mutually monogamous marriages, it's a no-brainer: Those who are non-monogamous are statistically more prone to catching any number of lovely VDs & infections, some of which have no cure.

As for commitment, if a couple has no problem venturing outside the marriage for cheap gratification - violating one of the most sacred symbols of their commitment to one another in the process - then they are less likely to hesitate to abandon it all together, if it ever becomes as inconvenient as, say, being faithful to their spouse.

If being more likely to remain disease-free and having a strong, enduring marriage that is "a marriage" by more than title alone are concepts that have become antiquated or uptight, then hey... Guilty as charged. But incorrect? I suppose that depends on the character, values & moral fortitude of who you ask.

It's whatever, though. "Do as thou wilt," I suppose.
In the know

Richmond, KY

#10 May 25, 2011
Suggestions wrote:
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Yes, Math is antiquated & uptight... but seldom incorrect. When comparing multiple partners versus mutually monogamous marriages, it's a no-brainer: Those who are non-monogamous are statistically more prone to catching any number of lovely VDs & infections, some of which have no cure.
As for commitment, if a couple has no problem venturing outside the marriage for cheap gratification - violating one of the most sacred symbols of their commitment to one another in the process - then they are less likely to hesitate to abandon it all together, if it ever becomes as inconvenient as, say, being faithful to their spouse.
If being more likely to remain disease-free and having a strong, enduring marriage that is "a marriage" by more than title alone are concepts that have become antiquated or uptight, then hey... Guilty as charged. But incorrect? I suppose that depends on the character, values & moral fortitude of who you ask.
It's whatever, though. "Do as thou wilt," I suppose.
1. We only play safe. Not worried about diseases.
2. Again, your babble about how sacred a marriage is is just that, antiquated and uptight. We both knew we enjoyed this type of activity before we got married, we accept that about each other, and it has brought us closer together.
3. If you don't want to be a part of it, or if the idea offends you, why the hell do you feel the need to put your two cents into a conversation where you clearly don't belong? Most likely, you are a cristian, and you assholes always find ways of putting yourself into other people's live, and passing judgment.
Descreet Guy

Richmond, KY

#11 May 25, 2011
In the know wrote:
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1. We only play safe. Not worried about diseases.
2. Again, your babble about how sacred a marriage is is just that, antiquated and uptight. We both knew we enjoyed this type of activity before we got married, we accept that about each other, and it has brought us closer together.
3. If you don't want to be a part of it, or if the idea offends you, why the hell do you feel the need to put your two cents into a conversation where you clearly don't belong? Most likely, you are a cristian, and you assholes always find ways of putting yourself into other people's live, and passing judgment.
Well said, I'm with you all the way.
LoL

Pflugerville, TX

#12 May 25, 2011
Here's s'more math to ponder: My daddy once said that "if a condom was 99% effective, then from hundredth time ya have 'protected' sex on, you're on borrowed time." Don't think he was counting your run-of-the-mill & typically unprotected oral adventures, either.

But hey, if you're not worried about it, and neither are your partners'es'..'es, then hey, tear it up. You'uns can trade diagnoses like collectibles for all I care. Ain't my junk gonna get festered and drippy when the odds catch up to ya.
IN THE KNOW

Richmond, KY

#13 May 26, 2011
LoL wrote:
Here's s'more math to ponder: My daddy once said that "if a condom was 99% effective, then from hundredth time ya have 'protected' sex on, you're on borrowed time." Don't think he was counting your run-of-the-mill & typically unprotected oral adventures, either.
But hey, if you're not worried about it, and neither are your partners'es'..'es, then hey, tear it up. You'uns can trade diagnoses like collectibles for all I care. Ain't my junk gonna get festered and drippy when the odds catch up to ya.
Well, I'm glad your daddy was such an expert on human sexuality, prophylactics,etc.
You guys can stay afraid of the stories your daddies made up, and the horror stories they told you in 6th grade sex ed, and the flat out lies your churches have told you...
The simple matter is safe sex is very safe.
Look at it this way, how long have Magic Johnson and his wife been having protected sex, and she is still HIV free?
Lets get to the real world here, folks, and quite quaking in our boots with untrue, hyperbolic stories designed to scare you away from having a good time.
Literally been doing this for years, and have a perfectly clean bill of health.
Fawny

Richmond, KY

#14 May 27, 2011
Suggestions wrote:
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Yes, Math is antiquated & uptight... but seldom incorrect. When comparing multiple partners versus mutually monogamous marriages, it's a no-brainer: Those who are non-monogamous are statistically more prone to catching any number of lovely VDs & infections, some of which have no cure.
As for commitment, if a couple has no problem venturing outside the marriage for cheap gratification - violating one of the most sacred symbols of their commitment to one another in the process - then they are less likely to hesitate to abandon it all together, if it ever becomes as inconvenient as, say, being faithful to their spouse.
If being more likely to remain disease-free and having a strong, enduring marriage that is "a marriage" by more than title alone are concepts that have become antiquated or uptight, then hey... Guilty as charged. But incorrect? I suppose that depends on the character, values & moral fortitude of who you ask.
It's whatever, though. "Do as thou wilt," I suppose.
It's called a condom and people in open marriages use them. We also are completely honest about what we do and who we do it with - kinda why they call it an OPEN marriage. Also, not everyone wants "Holy" Matrimony - I'll bet there are several of us who don't even believe in god! ;) Open your mind a little, sweetheart, we're not all like YOU.
Fawny

Richmond, KY

#15 May 27, 2011
Suggestions wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, Math is antiquated & uptight... but seldom incorrect. When comparing multiple partners versus mutually monogamous marriages, it's a no-brainer: Those who are non-monogamous are statistically more prone to catching any number of lovely VDs & infections, some of which have no cure.
As for commitment, if a couple has no problem venturing outside the marriage for cheap gratification - violating one of the most sacred symbols of their commitment to one another in the process - then they are less likely to hesitate to abandon it all together, if it ever becomes as inconvenient as, say, being faithful to their spouse.
If being more likely to remain disease-free and having a strong, enduring marriage that is "a marriage" by more than title alone are concepts that have become antiquated or uptight, then hey... Guilty as charged. But incorrect? I suppose that depends on the character, values & moral fortitude of who you ask.
It's whatever, though. "Do as thou wilt," I suppose.
BTW - I'll bet you're terribly disappointed that you missed the rapture on the 21st, huh? ;)
no one

Pikeville, KY

#16 May 27, 2011
so glad I am old fashioned!!!
andy

Glasgow, UK

#17 Jun 26, 2012
Fawny wrote:
Good question, because I would love to make my husband watch me have a few guys in one night, myself...
hi I'm up for that if you want to arange something 07792121859
albert

London, UK

#18 Oct 6, 2012
Fawny wrote:
Good question, because I would love to make my husband watch me have a few guys in one night, myself...
just let me know when
albert

London, UK

#19 Oct 6, 2012
just let me know when
wellwellwell

Chicago, IL

#20 Aug 5, 2013
Any couples still dogging??

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