The strange and odd: those crazy swingers next door (NSFW)


[image-1]Private clubs host all sorts of themed rooms to peak the interest of even the most seasoned swinger. Orgy rooms are typically big open spaces with five or six mattresses often surrounded by erotic art. These make for excellent places to explore the exhibitionist in everyone.  A darkened dungeon complete with chains on the wall and a bed might be just kinky enough to interest a newbie swinger or bring out a couples' dirty side. A doctor's examining room that includes a table with stirrups  could complete a long desired fetish. If you're into BDSM (bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism) you may enjoy the leather ties, horses, and whips offered in this type of themed room.  You can't experiment with equipment like this at the local Hojo's!


[image-2]Public sex helps some swingers reach another level of enjoyment. I try to stick with private clubs or homes for my public sex outings, as  I prefer not to end up in the "who's in jail" section of the local news rag. In private clubs, public sex is still possible in a room full of voyeurs, people peering through an open door, or on a bed placed like a stage. The benefit of having sex in this setting as opposed to say, a beach, is that everyone who's there is willing to watch you have sex without calling the police.


I've encountered all types of people at private clubs: a 70+ year-old-voyeur couple dressed in boxers, granny panties, and smiles watching a younger couple have sex (I cringe to think this might be me someday!); a 80-year-old-man walking around nude at a nudist club while pulling his oxygen tank (this will never be me); or beautiful 20 something woman dressed only in a string that wrapped around her entire body.


Sometimes the crazy things are awesome to witness and other times I think that I should never have seen that! But, like anything else, you must take the good with the bad.


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Swingers need open minds that allow them to try new things, accept people who are very different, and witness sights that may test the limits of what they consider sexy.

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