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Podcast A Palooza

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Holli and Michael Bell say inviting new partners into their relationship has made their marriage stronger, but maintain that they are emotionally monogamous. They explain how their choice to swap partners is keeping the passion in their marriage alive.

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Why do many married couples divorce? One of the partners cheats and breaks the trust in the relationship. When a couple engages in consensual non-monogamy there is no "break in the trust." Couples who enjoy a swingers lifestyle see their outside partners as an enhancement, not a replacement, of their primary relationship. These couples have rules and boundaries and this defined relationship is out in the open. Couples are honest with each other and have great communication. This makes them happier than bottled-up monogamous couples who hide their fantasies. Research backs all this up: couples in swinging relationships are often happier in their marriage and the divorce rate of swinging couples is lower than couples in monogamous relationships.
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Bartender Kiley and her husband Brad, both 30, from Cleveland, Ohio, have been together for six years. Kiley was open at the start of their relationship that she was bisexual, but finding "unicorns" - single women willing to date couples - on dating apps proved difficult and so on the advice of a friend, they decided to try swingers clubs. The couple were reluctant at first but quickly fell in love with "the lifestyle" and began meeting up with other couples regularly. Indeed, Kiley was so won over that she began sharing her experiences on TikTok and is now one of the biggest lifestyle educators on “swingtok” with tens of thousands of followers. However Kiley’s social media success has come with a dark side and the pair have received a lot of judgment online, with trolls accusing them of having sexually-transmitted diseases or saying that they are setting a bad example for their children. But despite the backlash Kiley is determined to help normalise swinging and says it has helped radically change her life and her relationship for the better. Videographer: David Jones Producers: Tom Midlane & Yasmin Walker Editor: Joshua Brown
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