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NEXT MEET-N-GREET: Febuary 18, 2012 at the Seina Hotel and Casino!


Permission Slip is a social meet-n-greet for Reno couples who are currently in an open relationship and would like to get together with other like-minded lifestylers. We’ll also be inviting a few select singles, but we want to keep the ratio of men to women close to 1:1. If you’re a single who would like to attend, please click here for more information.

We're a couple in our 30s who have been swingers and in an open marriage for about four years. We started Permission Slip with the goal of creating a community of Reno couples who are in open relationships. 

Permission Slip isn't just about meeting other people for sex, though that can be a part of it, but it's primarily about meeting others who think the same way we do about sex and swinging. Our experience has been that couples in open marriages have slightly different motivations and play styles than full-swap swingers who only play together. If you're in an open relationship and have gravitated toward solo play, you probably know what we mean.


Our story and motivation for starting Permission Slip


We've had dozens of MFMFs, and we've noticed that same-room-only couples are often more focused on what their spouse is doing; with the result that they can inadvertently neglect the person they're actually having sex with. From what we've seen, watching their spouse have sex with someone else appears to be one of the the primary turn-ons for many swingers who only play together. 

When we first got into the lifestyle, we talked with several experienced swingers who told us that they stopped doing foursomes and switched to only playing solo. They all had the same reasons, and even phrased it the same way; they told us that they preferred to play one-on-one so that they could "concentrate on their partner" better. We soon came to understand what they meant; however, we would phrase it slightly differently. We would say we prefer to play solo so that we have our partner's undivided attention. In other words, sex is better when your playmate is focused 100% on you instead of 60% you and 40% on their partner. 

Don't get us wrong: we 
do enjoy foursomes with the right couples; they can be a lot of fun. But it's hard to beat an encounter where your partner is undeniably into you, and you alone -- at least at that moment.

There's another difference between a foursome and one-on-one sex: intimacy and abandoning yourself in the moment. When your spouse is in the room, it's hard to completely surrender yourself to your partner and create that intimate connection we crave in a sexual encounter. We're not saying one is better than the other, but it depends on what you're looking for. We're looking for intimacy and a strong connection in the moment. 

If you've had similar experiences, and you're currently in an open relationship, come join us and meet some like-minded couples. If we can get enough couples interested, we'd like to have our first meeting on Friday, January 20 at the Silver Legacy. Contact using 
eventinfo at this domain for more information, or check out our twitter page at


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Per·mis·sion Slip [per-mish-uhn slip]
In swinging: authorization granted to one or both individuals allowing them to have sex with others, without their partner in attendance.