The article focuses on taboo lifting on swingers.
Once stereotyped as oversexed party animals in gold chains, people identify themselves as swingers, engaging in sexual intercourse with numerous partners in one setting, have gained new awareness, if not acceptance.
Every weekend, in cities from San Jose, California to Reno, Nevada and points beyond, heterosexual couples pay to "swing," or swap romantic partners.
The Bay Area has 22 couples--only swing clubs registered on the Web site of the North American Swing Club Association.
Still, today's swingers wield economic power.
Observers say the change in perception from tawdry to tantalizing may result from greater involvement by women in the movement.
A female visitor to the private club Lush, in San Francisco, California remarked that swinging adds spice to her marriage.
She says that Lush has made their life much more interesting.
"Women are more liberated. They're the ones who are driving this movement today." said Ted Mcllvenna, president of the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, California

עוד כתבות שיכולות לעניין אותך…