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a set of victorian houses
That final one reminds me of the home of Bianca and Kat from “10 Things I Hate About You”.
I adore Victorians. They have a natural spookiness to them! ^_^
In an overwhelming 105-18 vote, the Scottish Parliament passed the Marriage and Civil Partnership Bill, effectively ensuring marriage equality.
Much like the bill that passed in the British Parliament last July, the Scottish bill allows religious and belief bodies to “opt-in” to perform same-sex weddings. The country’s two main church groups — the Catholic Church and the Church of Scotland — are both opposed to same-sex marriage; other groups, such as the United Reform Church, the Quakers, the Buddhists and the Pagan Federation, have welcomed the change.
Scotland is now the 17th country to legalize same-sex marriage; other countries that recently legalized it are Brazil and France, which both did so last May. But despite the legislative progress, France is still facing a lot of protest against the measure. In fact, thousands of anti-marriage equality protesters gathered in Paris as recent as last Sunday.
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And my home country FINALLY steps even further into the 21st century! 😺😺😺
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Adults who are a part of the swinger lifestyle don’t have to feel left out when planning a vacation. You can find hotels, resorts and parties all over Europe and the rest of the world that cater to your wants and needs.
- Decide if you want to travel with a predetermined group or if you want to meet up with groups once you arrive at your destination. If you have a group of couples who will be going on vacation with you, plan your destinations, hotel arrangements and travel arrangements together so that you won’t end up staying in separate places or flying on different planes. If you are a couple looking for people to vacation with once you get to Europe, look for couples via the Internet. Sites such as UK and Europe Swingers will help you meet up with couples in countries that you will be visiting.
- Pick destinations to visit that are friendly toward the swinger and alternative lifestyles. Try hedonism resorts, clothing-optional or nude resorts, or places that advertise themselves as adult-only destinations. Call and speak directly with someone in customer service before heading to any resorts that you may be interested in so that you can ask questions and get information about policies, regulations and options offered.
- Book lodging arrangements at hotels or businesses that cater to swingers or those that are open-minded to the lifestyle. There are villas in Spain that advertise as open to “Swingers Holidays,” and they offer chalets that can fit three or four couples comfortably and privately. You can find places like this by looking them up via the Internet or by contacting a travel agency that specialises in swinger vacations, such as TravelSDC, Exotic Travel Services or Adult Adventure NEWS.
- Find some parties to participate in while you will be in certain areas. This is another place the Internet can be extremely useful, as there are quite a few listings of swingers’ parties, clubs and events to be found online. Once you have come up with some listings, see if they match the locations and dates on your itinerary. If you are interested in attending one of these events, call and speak with someone to get more information. This can be a great way to make new friends in the European countries you visit, as well as to see how swingers in other countries enjoy themselves.
- Take care of any safety precautions and medical testing. Before you head out the door for your exciting vacation adventure, get any STD-related testing you might need. Carry things such as prophylactics and birth control pills with you so you don’t have to rely on others to provide them. You are in charge of your own health and safety, so take the time to plan out what you will be doing, who you will be doing it with and what you need to have with you to ensure you will remain safe.
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It just gets better and better!
Check out this amazing video with a group of young swingers on a swingers vacation partying at a clothing optional resort in Negril Jamaica, at an event hosted by WWW.ADULTVACATIONPARTIES.COM. Each of them take the time to talk about their experience and about the swinging lifestyle. Check out the video to see the amazing parties the got to enjoy, all the different excursions and activities and what an amazing time each couple had. See why these vacations can be a lot of fun for anyone.
Check out this wild vacation party hosted by WWW.ADULVACATIONPARTIES.COM, with a group of couples at an all inclusive clothing optional resort called Hedonism in Negril Jamaica. From boat parties, to costume parties, naked waterslide, drinking games and more. This is what an adult vacation experience is all about.
PHOTO: COLIN MCCONNELL/TORONTO STAR
A peek inside the very red, and very easy-to-clean, sex dens at Oasis Aqualounge.
MON FEB 25, 2013
Well, sex, duh. But a visit to four local love-nests also reveals that friendly conversation is as much of an attraction for regulars.
On a recent Friday night at Oasis Aqualounge in Toronto, everyone is either naked or half-naked. As reggae music plays in the background, everyone is laughing, the hot tub is full, and the bar is busy. No one even flinches as people in towels pass the dancefloor and head upstairs, where more half-naked friends await them.
This is a regular night at most local sex clubs, where many people come to do just that: have sex anywhere they like, all while people nearby continue their conversation amid echoing moans and spankings. What most might not realize, however, is that some patrons are actually more concerned with having a conversation than having sex, and many come just come to watch or be part of a friendly atmosphere.
“There are nights where there’s lots of people having sex together, and it is kind of an orgy,” says Jana Matthews, owner of Oasis Aqualounge. “But there are lots of nights where nobody swings.”
Matthews says some visitors are voyeurs, while others are nudists who just want to express themselves without judgment. Some people go just because they want to make friends without the intention of having wild, crazy sex within the first few minutes.
“There’s usually non-sexual places within these clubs, so if you just want to go and meet sex-positive people that’s great,” says Dr. Stephen De Wit, a sexologist based in Toronto.
People who have never been to a sex club might get the idea that it’s an STD-ridden, amoral sex cave, but regulars protest this stereotype. “The biggest misconception is that it’s dirty, sleazy, and full of depraved people,” says Trisha, a member of Oasis who wouldn’t give her full name. “It’s not that at all. It’s respectful, clean, and a great place to have a drink.” Trisha, like other sex-club members, praises the strict no-tolerance policies: If you insist on talking to someone who’s rejected you once, you’ll get kicked out.
Matt (who also didn’t want his full name used), the manager of Menage a Quatre club in Etobicoke, believes this is what separates sex clubs from non-sex clubs. “As a girl at a regular club, you’re getting harassed, you’re getting grabbed and you’re getting pulled,” he says. “That really doesn’t happen here.”
In fact, many people who come to sex clubs are couples in committed relationships. In an internal survey of about 300 members by Oasis, 46 per cent were married. The club can be an opportunity for them to join other couples, or just go into a separate, private room—a closed door of any room means no one is allowed to enter.
“If they’re really solid in their relationship, and they’re really well connected and there’s a lot of stability, it can be great,” says De Wit of married patrons. But he cautions against trying to use sex clubs to spice up a broken relationship. “If you’re trying to fix something that’s broken, or if one partner’s questioning another in the relationship, it can be treacherous territory.”
De Wit says communication is the most important thing that needs to be established before visiting any sex club. “There’s a healthy way to approach sex clubs where you’re honouring the relationship, there’s a ton of communication that happens, and it serves the couple well.”
As businesses, sex clubs aren’t regulated by the City of Toronto for their activities. “That’s not a business that’s required to be licensed, because they don’t meet the standards of an adult-entertainment parlour, which has licensed burlesque dancers,” says Scott Sullivan, a supervisor with Toronto Municipal Licensing Standards. A Toronto Public Health inspector would not inspect clubs based on their standards of cleanliness, such as ensuring sheets and furniture are clean or condoms are available, but would visit if the club serves food to ensure it is handled in a clean matter. Despite the lack of licensing, club operators insist they are clean and safe—customers wouldn’t return if they felt the place was dirty.
“As an employee, if you’re not willing to say, ‘I can have sex on this bed,’ then it doesn’t pass the test,” says Matt.
A TORONTO SEX-CLUB PRIMER
If you’re looking to visit a sex club for the first time, here are four in Toronto that cater to a variety of crowds. In all of the clubs, sex is permitted pretty much anywhere. Prices vary each night. (Saturday prices are presented below.)
$80 a couple, $20 for a single female. Single men not permitted on Saturdays.
This club has the most relaxed atmosphere. It features a completely hardwood first floor, spotlights, a hot tub, and heated outdoor pool. The music isn’t too loud (making the space ideal for socializing) and the staff is really engaging. On the second floor, you’ll find naked patrons sprawled on leather beds, watching porn, and hanging out by the bar. Disinfectant wipes (for easy cleaning) can be found everywhere, and one of their most fun features is their ’60s-themed “shag room.” There’s a large and well-equipped dungeon where patrons can be spanked, whippedm and tied and, on the third floor, there’s only a single private room with a king-sized bed and a mirror in front, so you can watch yourself. Once you buy a pass, you can have, ahem, in-and-out privileges for the whole night.
$50 a couple, $10 for single females, and $150 for single males.
Wicked has more of a club vibe. On a Saturday night, the music is decent Top 40, while patrons park themselves on white leather couches around the dancefloor, watching dancers in the middle. The music is too loud for any real conversation, and the crowd is younger than in the other clubs surveyed here; it seems more like a place for f—ing than for meeting new friends. But Tatiana, a dancer at the club who wouldn’t give her full name, says she’s danced at nightclubs for 10 years, and “I’ve never felt gross or attacked. It’s more comfortable to be here as a single woman in Toronto than anywhere else.” There’s a hot tub beside the dancefloor and, on the second floor, Wicked has their unique voyeur room: A room with a two-way mirror so the people having sex can’t see you. The second floor is dimly lit, and the private rooms have mirrors lining the walls. If you don’t care for privacy, Wicked’s sex rooms have beds that are half-caged and reach up to the ceiling, accessible by stairs—a neat kinky concept. You can’t bring drinks from the bar to private rooms, but you can order bottle service to them.
$60 a couple, $10 for single females. Single men not permitted on Saturdays.
The O Zone is spacious and has a decent dancefloor, which features a pole on the far left side and tables and chairs all around—so you’re not just standing around awkwardly if you don’t feel like dancing. Surprisingly, on a Saturday night, the dancefloor was filled by 10:30 p.m. and the top 40, reggae and dance mixes were similar to those heard at a typical nightclub. Though just one floor, The O Zone seems to have the most spaces where people can have sex: There’s a large room with huge mattresses, some behind curtains and some in the open. It also boasts the biggest dungeon of the clubs featured here, including a Sybian (condoms provided), which features a dildo attached to a leather seat and a separate remote control that allows you (or a second party) to control the vibration of the dildo. The club also features a dentist chair, a couple of sex swings in a large cage, and three king-sized beds.
$40 a couple, single girls free. Single men not permitted on Saturdays.
Menage a Quatre is only one floor, but it’s laid out in a circle, so you’ll never get lost. Early in the evening, naked people are mostly chatting in the lounge and sharing drinks, or hanging out by the bar and dancefloor. The music isn’t too loud, so you can have a conversation, and the dancefloor is dark and lined with contemporary furniture and tables. After midnight, the dancefloor is mostly empty as you can find everyone in the play room; conversation is largely absent, save for the employees who walk by to wipe down surfaces. There are a few kink toys in the lounge, including a spank bench and St. Andrew’s cross. Compared to the other clubs here, Menage’s sex room is simple—with the beds dispersed around the room without any real interior-design logic, it gives off a basic, low-maintenance vibe, which may put first-timers at ease.
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This is an introduction to the video of 6-6-06: The Satanic High Mass. It was filmed a year after the event at Coney Island. The video was shot in HD but edited in SD. We are presenting the largest image size, but please feel free to reduce the viewer to whatever looks best for you.
Batman is a Timelord by nebezial
Actually explains a lot!
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