Threesomes, swinging & kink: Utopia?
What is Unicornhunting.blog?
Interested in being a swinger but not sure where to start? Looking to go unicorn hunting for the legendary FFM threesome? Curious about kink but worried about the etiquette? Wishing you had the circle of fun, sexy, liberated friends you’ve been wanting your whole life to go hot tubbing with? Feeling totally disillusioned?
Unicornhunting.blog has been up and running since 2017, which seemed a questionable year back then but is retrospectively fantastic.
What do we do? We examine issues in the fascinating, just-below-the-surface world of swinging, kink, alternative sexualities, LGBTQIA+, sex-positive living, feminist ideology, empowerment, polyamory, establishing equality, truth, and exploration of the Id. Not just unicorn hunting.
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This is a community space where people can share their lived experiences and feelings, through the craft of the written word.
Party queen, sexy swinger, elite intellectual or kinkster? Unicorn? Unicorn hunter? Enlightened polyamorist? Find your section:
- events reviews of swinger and kink style events where the writer had a good time, along with a breakdown of criteria about accessibility and inclusivity
- interviews with interesting characters, job roles and speciality skills from the scene
- tips for swinger men
- swinger women tips
- tips for swinger couples
- LGBT themes, issues and experiences
- Guidance on how to set up and host your own party events
- BDSM and kink-positive pieces of advice and experiences
- Experiences of erotic writers and issues relevant to writers of adult content
What is unicornhunting.blog? Is it just unicorn hunting?
Unicornhunting.blog is edited by Alice Hunter, author of Unicorns and How to Hunt Them and contains many other guest bloggers with unique perspectives on stepping into the wild side: exploring the swing scene, kink world, and other LGBTQIA+ events and environments. Not just unicorn hunting.
This blog started as as a semi-satirical how-to guide for couples looking to bag the spare F: Hunt unicorns, or obtain a third for their MFF frolics, fun, and sexual exploits. Over time the blog has developed into something more: a community resource. We’ve designed it to share lived experiences beyond the conventional and vanilla. This has been done without commercial influence, sponsorship, advertising or constraint.
Why is this? There is a reason. To never need to curtail the ugly truth of certain situations in order to appease the dark gods of the media. For several years, this site has been individually paid for by myself. To keep unicornhunting.blog free, some pages will now have a small paid ad or affiliate links. If I haven’t reviewed them or verified them, please do click on them anyway to help keep the site free for all to access. Posts are honest and nothing has been included just for the sake of revenue.
Recent Guest Bloggers
Lola Vavoom with Secrets of London’s Favourite Pin-up
Karyn Zen with Romance: the dream you are supposed to have
Alyssa Henley with Being Trans on the Sex-Positive Scene
Other Work By Alice Hunter:
Articles for Jo Divine Magazine
Want to play away? These are Alice Hunter articles for the wonderful sex toy company and educational sexual resource at Jo.Divine:
- Alice Hunter Comes to Play
- Seducing vegans
- Trying Kink: Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf?
- Beautiful Rope: the mysterious world of shibari
- Worried about swinging?
- Should I try swinging?
- My fake boyfriend
- Love your labia: How to get the perfect vagina that you and your partners will adore
- Disability and Accessibility on the Swinging and Kink Scenes
- How to perform amazing oral sex on a vulva and vagina
- Secrets of oral sex: Performing oral on a penis
- What’s great about anal?
- Vanilla Ice & Coldplay – ice play: why to try it and how to do it
- Playing doctors and nurses: medical fetish and how to do it
- The taboo world of spanking
- The Blue Tit – 101 beginners guide to the titwank
- Group sex – is it natural?
- Why everyone loves boobs
Guest blogs elsewhere
Unicorns and How to Hunt Them for SwingingDownUnder podcast
Bisexuality in Women for ThisKindaGirl.com
How to Swing as a Single Guy for SwingerSymbol
Also available in paperback!
Other Media on Unicorn Hunting, swinging, kink and ENM issues:
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Greater London Swingers
Unicorn Hunting – why and how?
All images used on this page and elsewhere on the site are either free to use images or are property of the people and events featured and used with permission. Or are property of this website. All images are modelled to demonstrate thoughts, feelings and situations, performed by consenting adult models for the purpose of image creation. No persons were harmed or placed in peril for any of the photographs. This applies to all pages on this website.
There are going to be some little ads running at the bottom of the pages now, like here. Please do click on them to help keep the site free to access.
Why write about swinging and BDSM?
You may be a swinger newbie and have a long journey ahead of you. You may be a seasoned swinging veteran, looking to reminisce. Unicorn hunting may be a term of derision, but what is that magical, mythical thing we all seek? What are the unicorns we really hunt? Adventure. Understanding. Acceptance. A community, where we both belong, and have power and agency over our own destiny. A sandbox to explore ourselves and how we interact with others. A release and relief from a cruel world of drudgery. A place where we can feel like celebrities and be worshipped as our purest, most sexual selves.
To step into the roles of Gods and Goddesses for an evening. Find a circle of friends who love and treasure us as we really are. Kinks, sexuality and personality that are real, uninhibited and unrestrained. Be truly seen, and to see others as they truly are. To be loved for it. To be free. Swinging, casual sex, open relationships, ethical non-monogamy, polyamory, the BDSM scene. What do they all have in common? They are all not protected sexual characteristics in the eyes and laws of the UK. We are all the outsiders. Yet we are everywhere. We are secret. Fetishised. We are demonised. Misunderstood. We are purposefully, deliberately, falsely portrayed.
Here be dragons.
And here be unicorns.