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Some who are into BDSM/kink, swinging etc organize general meet ups (sometimes called munches) where you can find out more before you try anything. Looking out for yourself One of the ways no-strings relationships are presented to women be they bi, straight or lesbian is they are inherently dangerous.
Stern warnings are given that a one night stand could easily end in an STI or being harmed by your partner.
If you are having sex with multiple partners it makes sense to think about safer sex and use condoms and dams (even if you are using other forms of contraception).
The resources listed above can help with this and reduce misunderstandings over what you want or who you will be intimate with.
Some might argue it’s right to highlight such possibilities, others that they’re used to put people off having alternative sexual experiences.
When you meet someone be very clear what you would like to do, where your boundaries are and what is not ok.
You will have your own limits when it comes to how connected you want to be. The following resources might help you define your ideal relationship while clearly conveying your wishes to others.
They focus on non-monogamies which may not suit you but still contain useful advice about negotiating boundaries and clear communication The Ethical Slut Opening Up Rewriting the Rules Exhibitionism for the shy You may want to visit chat forums, blogs, websites and groups with like-minded people.
Not all will appeal, but hopefully this will give you a better idea about what you might try.
Thinking through what ‘sex’ means can help you identify what you do/don’t want to experience. It could mean masturbation alone or with a partner. It could involve exploring fantasy/role play, fetish, BDSM, phone or text sex with someone else, writing a diary or blog, or filming/photographing yourself (which you may want to keep private or share).