5 Tips for Planning Your First Orgy

How to plan a orgy
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If we’re being at least a little honest with ourselves, we’ve all probably toyed with the idea of participating in an orgy at least once in our adult lifetimes.

Perhaps it never registered as something that could actually be a reality due to countless excuses we’ve given ourselves in the past (“Who would I even invite?!”), but the reality of it is that participating in, and even hosting your own orgy, is not scary. No, it doesn’t have to be exactly like some of the sleazeball scenes you’ve probably seen depicted in cheesy films, nor does it have to be some lavish formal affair. An orgy is supposed to be fun and liberating, and it’s a chance for you to explore your own body (as well as multiple other bodies) in a comfortable and safe environment. If you’re considering hosting your very first encounter and you are looking for some assistance, never fear. We’ve got 5 tips on how to plan an orgy to help lubricate things and ensure that your orgy goes as smoothly as possible.

  1. Prepare Your Environment: This part is all personal preference and what you want your orgy space to look/feel like. Take into consideration your own comfort as well as the comfort of your guests, and decide what will make you more likely to relax and participate freely. Whether it’s a dark, romantic, candle-lit atmosphere or a comfy safe space full of soft pillows and blankets, choose the vibe and channel it.
  2. Pick Your Guests Wisely: There are several ways to go about the guest list depending on how familiar or foreign you want this experience to be. You can choose the route of familiarity and invite friends and acquaintances that you know very well, or you can opt to have a few select guests bring guests of their own to add the stimulating element of the unknown. Basically, it comes down to deciding if you ever really want to see these people again outside of this orgy. Do Facebook and background checks if you feel so inclined, and remember that you can ask anyone to leave at any time for any reason.
  3. Be Safe and Smart: Even if you know all of the guests at your orgy, you still need to ensure that this event is safe and secure for everyone involved. Use condoms and other protection religiously. Provide alcohol if you wish, but do not let yourself or any guests get beyond a slight buzz before participation. Don’t do drugs, especially things that are unfamiliar to you, and if at any time you or a guest feels uncomfortable or wishes to halt the activities, STOP. End of story, and there’s no need for justification from anyone. An orgy is only as fun as it’s participants are comfortable.
  4. Maintain Cleanliness: We all know it’s super disgusting to get physically involved with anyone who practices poor hygiene, so it’s important that all orgy participants are clean before go time. Request that all of your guests shower, shave, and brush their teeth before arriving to your event, but also plan to have some extra toiletries on hand in case a guest needs to spruce up in the bathroom at the event itself. Avoid any strong perfumes or deodorants as some guests may be sensitive to them, and there’s nothing sexy about not being able to breathe properly (unless, you know, that’s your thing).
  5. Let Go, Have Fun: This is ultimately about you and your guests having a fantastic time toying with each other’s bodies in a safe, accepting environment. Everyone at the orgy is there for the sole purpose of giving and receiving pleasure, so just let yourself relax and enjoy the ride. Don’t judge, don’t worry about being judged, and allow yourself to reap all of the benefits of this new and exciting experience.

So there you have it. You’ve got the idea in your head, so now all you need to do is set things in motion. Pour yourself a glass of wine, bust out the candles and mood music, and get to work on that list of bodies you want in, on, and around you.

 

 

 

 

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