There are a number of reason why you might need a different email address for your swinging mail.
To some this section will be of great interest: Do you have children? Does your ISP assign your mail box as you first initial and last name or
some combination there of? Do you only have the ability to connect to the 'net from work? Would you like to check your mail from both work and home? Are you planning to change ISP's?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then an anomous email address might be for you.
Most of these services are free and reside on the 'net, therefore your swinging email can be accessed from anywhere and you don't have to worry about someone snooping through your email, a concern for many at work or with kids. Only one call iName sends it to your POP3 account, a POP3 account is usually your primary email address that lets you know when you have mail. All of the rest requires you to go to their site and enter your "swinging" email name and a password. This allows you to also create an email address that expresses something about swinging if you wish like "firstname.lastname@example.org" or "email@example.com". We have used Hotmail.com for about a year now and have never had a problem.
Again this service is for the same type of people but if you want to read their
description, click here to read it.
Or just click here to start the sign up process.
Since we don't have any experience with this service we can't offer any advise, but have heard it might have a few more fratures, also you might want to use it if you can't get a name you want at hotmail.
Many of the sites that will give you free space on the web will also offer you free email, but since most of these just reroute it to your POP3 account it may not be as good as one of the ones
listed above for discretness.