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Their experience left her with a lot of questions. So many questions. Picture: iStock Source:istock. WE ALL understand what it means to swing these days but what is less clear is what drives people to open their relationships in the first place? Is this just out of boredom, in search of spicing things up, an excuse to sleep with lots of people or being open and free? And what type of people swing?
Is there a stereotype? The club is hidden discreetly down a back alley in Darlinghurst, in inner-city Sydney, and looks like any other narrow terrace house, with a few modifications of course. Inside this house are multiple rooms with beds for more than two, open showers, massage tables with extra gaps for genitalia and a hot tub.
Owner and fellow swinger Lawrence puts my mind at ease straight away about what I might experience and see. As I continue to talk to Lawrence and his partner Jess, my eyes are wandering trying to find a stereotype and fascinated by the couples walking around partly clothed. They were young, old, different body shapes and different attire all minimal of course. Some arrived in their corporate best and others quickly stripped down to underwear and a harness. Do we allow our internal desires to lead us in everything else we do or do we call the shots?
If we gave in to internal desires all the time I would be eating chocolate and drinking wine most days. Walking around the club I wondered if those here were just the brave ones wiling to test this theory out. Should we fight against those sexual urges or act on them naturally with our partner by our side?
They were both younger couples, smartly dressed and appeared somewhat nervous and unsure of their surroundings. Once you are open minded you are open to everything. There is no point in judging something where everyone is different and everyone has their own fantasies.