Guys hitting on the female.

Guys hitting on the female.

    | Feb 24, 2019
DoYouLikeThat   Couple Man 45yrs Woman 50yrs
So.....had yet another experience at a party last night of a guy (single or taken) propositioning the female. Not so bad you say? True. How about it only happening when the male half has gone to the batheoom?
Yes she is very sexy and attractive but this doesn't mean you can go behind the male partners back, thinking you'll get a quick cheap fuck from her!!!! She has standards and morals just like non swinging women do. Probably won't be going back to this place as the proposal came from someone supposedly working there.

Anyone else had this happen to them?

Share your experience below.

- Posted from rhpmobile
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boobs_or_busted   Couple Man 52yrs Woman 44yrs

yup has happened a couple of times , at a place we used to go to occasionally ,where every time mrs b went to the bar it took her forever cos of the dude serving her spent 10 minutes trying to chat her up ,letting her know where he frequents and lots of questions ,easy answer was if he was working. i got the drinks ,maybe if mrs b fancied him and flirted back it wouldn’t be as annoying but she is being nothing more than polite , it was sort of funny at first but we just don’t go there anymore ,simples,


mr b
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Rapunzel82

People are opportunistic, that kind of thing is always going to happen, just as long as you two are secure enough that’s all that really matters.
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SuperFoxxxy  

Woman 47yrs

Yep!

Not only does it happen at Clubs, it happens right here in the Forums.😂

Ms Foxy

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SuperFoxxxy  

Woman 47yrs

Luv

I see I rock your socks off. 😎

Ms Foxy
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summersolstice   Couple Man 33yrs Woman 33yrs

Is it so bad that the female says yes or no directly to the guy, rather than the guy going to her partner to ask permission to have his way? I have no problem screening who I am interested in on my own and will wait for my partner to return to then approve or disapprove once *I* have decided.

Some couples prefer to always be addressed as a single unit but it's not for all.

Ms N8
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Kokoflamingo  

Woman 55yrs

Its a swingers club




People are going to chat up people they are attracted to. As long as you make it clear you are not interested, no harm done. Either that or wear an "exclusive" placard.
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Xenaesque

It is disrespectful.

Don’t disrespect the male partner by approaching the female on her own.
Chances are you’ll get shot down in flames every single time
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DoYouLikeThat   Couple Man 45yrs Woman 50yrs

Koko.

Yes it's a swingers club. Chatting up is fine but gesturing to come into a room for a quick fuck while the husband isn't around??? Nah that's not cool on ANY levels.
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HappyGoLucky70   Woman 49yrs

Woman has to say, thanks but no thanks. Simples
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Mischeviouslad   Man 47yrs

Missing detail

Am I to assume he knew you and she were together?

Because that’s kind of important in gauging your reaction, or, over reaction.

I’m not entirely sure without that context, if you’re more concerned that he asked, or that she may have had opportunity to say yes.
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Kokoflamingo  

Woman 55yrs

Its not cool

But its a place where fucking goes on so men are going to try their luck.
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The_Antichrist   Man 40yrs

Luvu2...

No need to be so petulant ....
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island_life  

Couple Man 50yrs Woman 46yrs

Personally I dont see a problem with it..

It's a swingers club. I would be more concerned if it was a pub.
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DoYouLikeThat   Couple Man 45yrs Woman 50yrs

Mischievouslad.

He knew we were together. He knew we were married.
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curious_72   Woman 46yrs

totally




Like at the meet and greet last year.. dude asked if the gent and I were talking to were a couple.. I said no.. as soon as my friend turned his back he thought grabbing me was appropriate behavior.
Too many guys think they have a right to you.

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OkeyDoke45   Man 49yrs

Not quite the same...




Quoting 'curious_72'




Like at the meet and greet last year.. dude asked if the gent and I were talking to were a couple.. I said no.. as soon as my friend turned his back he thought grabbing me was appropriate behavior.
Too many guys think they have a right to you.


Grabbing or fondling without permission is totally wrong. I tend to agree with others here though in regard to OPs topic - she was propositioned when she didn't want to be, which can happen anywhere in life. I fail to see any harm (says the single bloke).
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AnnieWhichway   TV/CD 56yrs

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Rlee552   Man 43yrs

Can understand your annoyance but not the extent of your outrage

... perhaps some additional information. When she said no, did he respect that and move on, did she feel pressured or unsafe because of how he was behaving, did you ask him for an explanation to understand his motivation, did he misunderstand a signal or cue from her, if he had asked the question while you were there would you have answered on her behalf or allowed her to answer, if he had asked the question while you were there would both of you have been okay for her to go alone and play with him, did he form the wrong impression that you were being a bit overbearing and perhaps with you gone she could be more free to express her desires etc.



You were at a sex club where someone engaged in what you believe to be opportunistic behaviour. I assume if that person broke any of the rules regarding saying no you could have had him removed. So I understand your annoyance - you have a right to be annoyed. That is the part of you though you can control. You can control how badly you are annoyed, for how long and whether you go back to the club. Because you can be damn sure he is not thinking about this anymore, so you are only hurting yourself.



Separately, I need to defend quick cheap fucks. Definitely nothing wrong with them.







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FatFunFiesty  

Woman 39yrs

Zero issue with it, and especially if it was at a swingers club.

A simple thanks no thanks and walk away would have been my reaction...... no biggy.
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AnnieWhichway   TV/CD 56yrs

One thing being propositioned

In a swingers club is a matter of due course but by an employee......?

Obviously predatory wrongly using his position. He has no right to do that and should be reported and dismissed from the position of trust.

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