A straight woman reveals what she learned by attending an all-female sex party.
The first time I saw a dental dam was in eighth-grade health class. The second was at a sex party in New York City’s Lower East Side.
I never thought I’d go to a sex party. Sex parties, to me, were the sort of in-real-life bacchanalia that you only see in porn. Not really my thing. I mean, I identify as a confident and fairly sexually adventurous woman, but I’m very tame in the sense that my preferences are strictly male and I’m partial to monogamy.
So, why did I go to an upscale, ladies-only play party last weekend? Read more
If you’re interested in going to a sex party, Kaylen Jackson tells you five things you need to know, beginning with how to get invited.
So you’re interested in checking out a sex party, but aren’t quite sure how to get started. Fortunately for you, there are underground sex parties just about everywhere, especially in larger cities. Because of health codes, laws and regulations, most sex parties are “roaming” and move from place to place – often from someone’s posh pad to another. If you want to attend a sex party but aren’t sure how to get to one – and what to do once you’re there – check out these simple but essential rules that will help get you started.
Scoring An Invite
An invitation to a swinging get together or sex party isn’t something you’re going to get in the mail. Since most of these groups meet secretly, they’re considered “underground” and usually invites are given simply by word of mouth. Therefore, to get into a sex party – especially a top notch, elite one – you’re going to have to be connected. Invites to the sex party are given by the hosts to certain people, and they in turn invite people that they think would be a good addition. However, not everyone that hears about the get together are able to invite people. Since it only takes one jackass to ruin a great sex party, invitations are issued discerningly. Score your invite by getting out there and befriending people that are likely to be into that scene. Read more
Steph Auteri at YourTango gives orgy advice: what NOT to do a a sex party.
Do NOT ogle that couple in the corner like they’re inmates at the Bronx Zoo.
While voyeurism and exhibitionism have a definite symbiotic place at any type of play party—I love the thrill that comes with the possibility of being caught!—there’s a clear-cut difference between creepy and non-creepy. Be respectful of others’ space, especially if they’re trying to indulge in some sexy time with someone else. If you show yourself to be a good party guest, someone’s bound to ask you to play! Read more