wife-swapping


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wife-swapping

A popular term for the sharing of wives or partners for sexual purposes in an otherwise committed relationship.
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Twenty-six-year-old Sujatha Kiran's allegation of wife-swapping in the navy had caused a sensation in 2013, the uproar driving then defence minister AK Antony to promise an inquiry.
Jude Law hit the headlines for alleged wife-swapping
Something which will haunt him long after the wife-swapping stories have gone away.
DC Shaquille Siddiqui, who spent more than 12 years working in Coventry, was required to resign over allegations he asked the widow if she was into wife-swapping parties.
Asked to confirm she knew what the term meant, Styler replied: "Swinging is like wife-swapping, right?
In the atelier equivalent of wife-swapping, Poussin visually offers Frenhofer his flawless mistress as a means to get a peek at the big guy's lady-and his secrets.
The couples end up wife-swapping, so that Meunier and Askegard, Ansanelli and Marcovici, and Kistler and Soto have a chance to mix it up in a color-coordinated frenzy.
The mystery deepens when their furtive neighbours are revealed to be part of a wife-swapping circle
But the report clearly rejects a recent claim by a British wife-swapping club that the Emerald Isle is an ORGY-FREE zone.
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The special edition will focus on wife-swapping in suburbia and features Mayall as Bilbo, a pretentious artist, and Planer as Graham, who spies on his neighbours.
But our branch in Ireland hasn't been able to stage even one wife-swapping party.