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Swingers Glossary - Swinging terms, jargon & swinging terminology

There are many swinging acronyms and terms you’ll come across. To make sure you know what your swinging friends are talking about, take a look at our swinging terms, jargon and terminology list for the terms you should know.

  • AC/DC: Bisexual
  • Accom: Someone who can accommodate
  • All cultures: Someone who enjoys all fetishes
  • Anal: Anal intercourse
  • B&D: Bondage and discipline
  • BBW: Big beautiful woman.
  • Bi: Bisexual
  • Bizarre: Unusual sexual fantasies and desires.
  • Bondage: Involving ropes, leather or tying up. One person is usually submissive, and the other dominant.
  • Can travel: Someone who can travel
  • Caning: A spanking fetish with cane.
  • Cheating: Self explanatory. When someone is cheating on their partner.
  • Clean: Someone disease and drug free.
  • Closed swinging: Also known as closed door swinging, it is when the members of a couple have sex in different rooms
  • Closet swinger: Not admitting you’re a swinger
  • Community swinger: Someone who adopts the swinging lifestyle
  • Couple (or CPL): Male and female couple.
  • French culture: Oral sexual activity
  • Greek culture: Anal sexual activity
  • Roman culture: Orgies and group sex
  • Swedish culture: Use of massage to sexually arouse.
  • Cunnilingus: Oral sex on a female.
  • Dildo: Artificial, rubber penis.
  • Discipline: Fetish where one partner dominates the other.  Usually involves spanking and pain
  • Discretion: Those who don’t tell others about their lifestyle or wish to remain private. May have children.
  • Docile: Individual who receives bondage. Also known as submissive.
  • Domestic training: Submissive who is obedient and may involve humiliation.
  • Dominant: Partner in control of submissive.
  • Endowed: Referring to a generous proportion, such as penis or breasts.
  • Exhibitionist: Person who enjoys and gets pleasure out of having sex in front of others.
  • Fetish: Arousal through non genital contact or non sexual objects.
  • First timers: Couples or individuals who are looking for their first swinging experience.
  • Flagellation: Sexual arousal though pain.
  • Gay: Homosexual.
  • Group room: A room for orgies and group swinging.
  • Group sex: Sex between 3 or more people
  • Hardcore: Where sexual activity is assumed.
  • Hedonist:  Someone whose purpose is to experience pleasure.
  • Heterosexual: When you’re attracted to people of the opposite sex.
  • Homosexual: When you’re attracted to people of the same sex.
  • Horny: Sexual anticipation
  • Host: Someone whose home is used as a venue.
  • Hung: Someone with a large penis.         
  • Masochism: Sexual pleasure from humiliating others or receiving humiliation.
  • Master slave relationship: Bondage or discipline in a relationship.
  • Menage a trios: French for 3 people having sex. A threesome.
  • Moresomes: More than 3 people having sexual activity.
  • Newcomers: People who are first timers.
  • NSA: No strings attached.
  • Open swinging or open door swinging: When couples have sex with others in their partner’s presence.
  • Orgy: Group sex.
  • Party: Where a party is held in the purpose of the participants ending up swinging.
  • Passive: Someone who is submissive.
  • Pro: People who are paid.
  • Recreational swingers: Swingers who swing for pleasure with no desire for emotional relationships.
  • Restraint: Mild bondage:
  • Rubber: Condoms.
  • Safe: Somone who uses condoms.
  • S&M: Sadism and Masochism
  • Single: Without a partner, whether single or married.
  • Social: Social interaction only.
  • Soft swinging: Where sexual activity does not include penetrative sex.
  • STD: Sexually Transmitted Disease.
  • Straight: Heterosexual.
  • Swapping: When couples exchange their partners for sexual activity.
  • Swinging: Sexual recreation amongst men and women.
  • Submissive: Someone who is passive.
  • TG: Transgender.
  • Threesome: 3 people having sexual activity together
  • Toys: Sexual aids.
  • Travel: Someone who can travel.
  • Triad: 3 people who may or may not include a couple who purport themselves as 3 people willing to meet others for sex.
  • Voluptuous: A curvy, well proportioned woman.
  • Voyeur: Someone who enjoys watching others.
  • VWE: Very well endowed
  • VVWE: Very, very well endowed
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