(The content of these FAQ’s borrows heavily from the blackringrighthand.com FAQ’s, originally written by the SwapFu Podcast, swapfu.blogspot.com)
A: Wear your black ring on your right hand to let others know you're in the lifestyle too (poly/swinger/etc.) If someone wearing a ring on their right hand approaches you, start a conversation with them.
Q: Does it matter what finger I wear the black ring?
A: You can wear your ring on any finger, BUT the middle one. The ring finger is the natural place for the black ring, but you should go with what is most comfortable.
Q: Why can’t I wear it on my middle finger?
A: The black ring worn on the middle finger of the right hand is used by some groups as symbol of Asexuality. Please avoid wearing your ring on this finger as a courtesy to that community.
Q: What if someone without a black ring approaches me and asks me what the ring means?
A: Tell them anything you would like, make something up! Or simply tell them it was a gift…
Q: Does wearing the black ring mean we’re full swap swap/soft swap/ etc…?
A: No. It just means you are in the lifestyle, It’s a way to start a conversation. If you’re not compatible, at least you made new friends.
Q: How do I know what my ring size is?
A: The most precise way to find your ring size is to visit a jeweler near you.
Q: Is there a particular ring I should get?
A: No. As long as it’s black, it counts, but purchasing your ring from us helps support a small business within the lifestyle community, and we appreciate it greatly.
Q: What is your return/exchange policy?