The lobby, dotted with white leather love seats and lit with a purple glow, had the feel of a private lounge for Vegas bigwigs. But there was something else, too, a prurient electricity I could feel as I wheeled my way to the front desk. Around every corner, I knew, were naked people. I'm no nudist myself. My mission was born of curiosity. You see, an inventive new concept in the leisure economy had caught my attention, a travel trend that seemed wildly contradictory: luxury nudity.
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Even if you're only into one-person-at-a-time sex, you can't deny being at least a teensy bit curious about how threesomes and sex parties go down. Y'all sure are clicking on those stories. A whopping 31 percent of the New York City residents surveyed said they've had sex with more than one person at a time phone calls for the total number of people surveyed were not returned by press time. Of that 31 percent, 48 percent have gotten busy with two people at once, 19 percent have slept with three people at the same time that would be a foursome, folks , and finally—drum roll, please—33 percent have banged four or more people at a time.
Couples reveal what really happens at swingers parties
A group of swingers have given a rare and honest insight into the inner workings of the taboo lifestyle, revealing the truth behind people's common misconceptions. ABC's program You Can't Ask That features different groups of Australians and asks them questions that people want to know the answer to but wouldn't bring up in a regular situation. Some of the past participants include former cult members, drag queens, transgender people, strippers and, in the latest episode, swingers. The participants start off by addressing some of the myths around swinging and swingers parties. There's a common misconception that at these parties partners get chosen by everyone putting their car keys in a bowl and whoever's keys you pick out is your partner for the night.