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There's an unmarked black door at the end of a Pompano Beach strip mall, next to a laundromat and a dollar store and across the street from an Episcopal church. The only hint of what happens beyond the door is a worn sign leaning against a pole near the parking lot. It reads Club Hedo. Just after 11 p. It's their first time here, and a few people stare as they amble past the pool table, wide-eyed and a bit nervous.
The clandestine club would fit right into a pleasant snapshot from There are a disco ball, a wooden bar adorned with Christmas lights, vinyl chairs situated around a few Formica tables, and a parquet dance floor replete with a single metal pole.
The young couple sits down on a leather couch. A mix of recent pop songs and older disco plays to the 20 or so people — nearly all between 40 and 60 years old — scattered about the room.
Soon enough, though, the couple is invited to join a group of regulars — two men and three women — seated at a table. Susan, a tall, year-old blond in a chiffon dress, locks eyes with the young lady in polka dots, takes her gently by the forearm, and guides her to a chair next to her own. Like most of the people contacted for this article, Susan asked that her last name not be published for fear that tales of her exploits might make it back to neighbors and co-workers.
By day, she's a Broward public school teacher, but on weekends, she puts on a little extra makeup, wears a slightly shorter dress, and comes to clubs like this. Susan asks if they want anything to drink. The Kinsey Institute at Indiana University estimates that as many as 4 million Americans participate in some form of group sex or couple swapping.
With its welcoming beaches, year-round sunshine, and fine appreciation for vices, South Florida has become a mecca of swinging in this country. Couples make sexual pilgrimages here from points all over the world. At least four different swinger cruises depart from South Florida every year. While swingers anywhere can connect through websites and classified ads, South Florida has five on-premises sex clubs four in Broward, one in Miami-Dade, none in Palm Beach catering to a variety of different lifestyles.
He can be found striding through his club with purpose, wearing black slacks, a black shirt, and a thick gold chain. His employees are diligent, because they know he's a perfectionist, and they dare not upset him. Every inch of the club must be spotless. Every employee must embody a delicate blend of attentiveness and discretion. He says he wants people to think of his place as "the swingers' club where everybody knows your name. And yet, Monte says, "It's about much more than the sex.
People can have a few drinks and dance a little bit and get to know each other. It's a private, members-only establishment, thereby not subject to public indecency laws or liquor laws. The club is divided into two parts. The front room serves as a nightclub. Guests bring their own alcohol, but mixers are provided, and bartenders make the drinks. There's a small buffet complimentary with the price of admission and a dance floor in front of a wall of mirrors. Then there's a back section.
Once visitors get comfortable, they generally move into this area, which is partitioned off into a maze of separate lounges. The "love parlor" has turquoise walls, a red pleather couch and chair, paintings that would not look out of place at your grandmother's house, and porn broadcast on a small TV mounted on the wall.
A massage room and "group playrooms" have industrial carpeting, more vinyl-covered tables and cushions, and sex toys. Walls painted back, white, and purple add a Gothic feel to some of the rooms. A "fantasy suite" includes six queen-sized mattresses.
These rooms are where the orgies take place. Unlike the other clubs in South Florida, which require guests to remove their clothing before going into "play areas," at Hedonism, you can undress — or not — whenever or wherever you like. Early in the night, the back area is quiet and empty.
But by midnight, people have limbered up, and the hallways echo with a cacophony of guttural moans. Monte opened Club Hedonism in , but he tells people that partner-swapping dates back to the days of Julius Caesar. By the '50s, the phenomenon had spread to the suburbs. But the modern, mass-market form of swinging didn't come about until the early '70s, on the heels of the sexual revolution.
That's when Plato's Retreat, America's first on-premises swingers' club, opened in New York, in the cavernous basement of Ansonia Hotel, in a defunct gay bathhouse where Bette Midler and Barry Manilow performed early in their careers. Almost immediately, similar clubs began appearing in Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Deenie's Hideaway opened in Coconut Creek in , and a handful of other South Florida clubs followed suit. Monte has watched the evolution firsthand. More private, so-called "bi-wives clubs" popped up in neighborhoods across the country.
Many of the biggest clubs, including Plato's in New York, closed. In the '90s, a series of raids on South Florida sex clubs scared even more people away, even though the criminal charges were dismissed. So for years, Monte says he kept his club out of any kind of spotlight.
He had the small sign that stands out front, but he put it up only on weekend nights. His business subsisted on word-of-mouth advertising.
Then they'd tell a few of their friends. The majority of people in this subculture are middle-class couples who live conservatively in other aspects of their lives. In researching his book The Lifestyle , published in , journalist Terry Gould found that a third of the group-sex participants he spoke to had postgraduate degrees, almost a third voted Republican, and 40 percent considered themselves practicing Protestants, Catholics, or Jews.
Says Monte, as he prepares for a busy weekend night that will include dozens of couples: Mark and Karen, a couple in their 50s, have been coming here for more than ten years. His slicked-back dark hair matches his closely cropped beard, and his white, buttoned-down shirt is undone to his sternum, revealing a large dragon medallion. Karen, a short, shapely blond, has on a sheer, white Guinevere-style dress with a slit up the side and carries a silver lighter with the word slave engraved across it.
But we live in a time of birth control. As he speaks, he caresses Karen's leg. Susan is on her third drink, and she's still flirting with the young blond. She explains that she came of age in the '70s and always had a bit of a wild streak.
She got into "the lifestyle" — the most common term used to describe swinger culture — six years ago with her husband. They began "soft-swapping" — whereby the women engage each other but there is no inter-partner intercourse.
In the beginning, they would swing with only single women. After a few years, though, there were a guy or two she "felt like going all the way with," and they began "full-swapping. It was titillating to watch. Because of her work as a teacher, she was always terrified that someone might see her.
But that was also part of the thrill. Susan steps outside for a moment to smoke a joint with her friends, then returns, still reminiscing about her husband. This used to be their favorite club. But one night three months ago, he suddenly died. They'd gone to the club that night. When they got home, they finished off a passionate evening in the bedroom. She recalls moments they shared here, some charming, some erotic, and some gross — like the time he dropped his ring and ended up digging it out of a trash bag full of used condoms.
Unlikely as it may seem, Susan says, fellow swingers have become some of her closest friends. Mark and Karen call her at home to see how she's doing. They get her out of the house. As Mark hears Susan telling her story, he slides his hand over her leg. One of Susan's friends, Sandy, dances around the table in a short, white, tennis-style skirt and a vest with nothing underneath.
Sandy, who never reveals her age but looks to be in her mids, has been swinging for nearly 40 years and says she still loves it. Then she removes her vest. Tonight she's here with Luis, a rather large, bearded biker she's been dating for a few weeks. They met at a motorcycle rally, and Sandy invited him to the club. He doesn't drink or do drugs — he counsels teenaged addicts, as a matter of fact — and he doesn't mix the biker club with the sex club. As the night rolls on, Luis asks someone for a pen and jots a note on a napkin.
He slips it over to Sandy. Each of the five swingers' clubs in South Florida is geared toward a slightly different demographic and has its own rules and unique characteristics: The Rooftop Resort in Hollywood is a hotel that's especially popular among Europeans. On rare occasions, there is some tension between its mixed clientele of traditional nudists — who often downplay the connection between nudity and sexuality — and swingers, who might have a threesome where the quiet sunbathers normally sit.
Tucked into a wooded stretch of Hillsboro Boulevard in northwest Broward is Deenie's Hideaway, the longest-running on-premises swingers' club in the country.
The building is set up like a large house, with social areas downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. It's not rare to find someone napping on a bed or some unopened condoms in the parking lot. Susan, who prefers Hedonism, calls Deenie's the "truck-stop swingers' club.
Why pay for a hotel when you can play onsite? We met couples that partake in full swap, where both partners have relations with the other partners of a couple. We encountered couples where the woman only participates with other women while the men watch Soft Swap and even couples where the woman has relations with other men and the husbands do not participate Cuckholds. All members shared the same sentiment: How do they make it work?
Good, old-fashioned, honest communication. This characteristic was shared by all the couples we met. They talk about their expectations before the experience and debrief — good, bad or indifferent — afterwards.
The importance is keeping the lines of communication open. The club keeps it fun by having different themed parties and costume soirees. A membership, however, is required to join in on the fun. There are nights when only couples and single ladies are allowed in and other nights where single men may come. Whether one is eager to dabble, watch or just curious as to what the lifestyle is all about Miami Velvet is the perfect spot to get your feet or anything else you desire wet.
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There are 5 clubs in south Florida who cater to this business. All are private and all require a membership or an entrance fee. Except for Dennie's Hideaway, most of these clubs to turn away single men but gorgeous single women are allowed in, sometimes for free. In these clubs there is a place to eat, dance, play pool, swim and then people usually go upstairs to romp.
These clubs have experienced swingers and those wishing to try things out for the first time. In most cases, first time couples have fantasies that they just want to fulfil. At all these clubs the atmosphere is laid back, the music is often sexy and erotic, you get to consume a few drinks, dance, get to know each other for a few minutes and once the lights dim, people venture into different rooms to experience nirvana.
The five swinger clubs are all different, cater to slightly different clientele and they all have their own rules. Club hedonism is one of the oldest and it is a bit classier than the others. K and not admire the artwork. There are beds of every size to fit multiple couples at a time. Cash cover at door; all major credit cards and cash accepted inside; some parking available.
If this nightclub could tell a story, it would be a hot one! That's because this nightclub in downtown Miami is sexy, sultry, and pretty much everyone has a fantastic time when they spend an evening at Story Nightclub!
We love this nightclub for it's sleek decor and updated sound system. There are also multiple dance rooms that blast everything from house to electronic and everything in between. And to make it even better: That is pretty rare for the Miami area, trust us. We highly recommend trying one of their signature martinis. You definitely won't be able to try just one! Cash cover at door; open late on weekends; no parking on site but some street parking available; accessible entrance.
Do you know what kind of night you'll have at Icon Nightclub? Sorry, we couldn't resist! But also it is absolutely true. Icon Nightclub is one of the most well known and well loved nightclubs in all of Miami. It has been open for decades and has been attracting some of the coolest, hippest clientele ever since. This is the sort of nightclub you can go to where you might spot some celebrities!
But even if you don't, you'll definitely have a good time. Icon Nightclub plays great music, has great drinks, and is always full of great people. That's what makes it the perfect hookup club! Cash cover at door; open extra late on weekends; no parking on site but street parking available nearby.
Ivy Nightclub is a newer nightclub in Miami. While it is slowly but surely becoming more popular, right now is the perfect time to go because it hasn't become over crowded with tourists and locals. Ivy Nightclub is tucked into a corner in the downtown area and so discreet you could almost walk by it. Once inside, you'll see why regulars call Ivy Nightclub one of the nicest nightclubs in the city. It's cozy yet luscious, with muted colours and dark woods. But never mind the decor, what we really love is the cocktail menu!
These are the kinds of drinks you could easily sit and sip on all night long. Cash cover at door; open late on weekends; some parking available; accessible entrance.
Liv Nightclub is another staple to the Miami nightlife scene. It's also unofficial a gay club, as the gay community loves to come here for the fun 80s and pop music nights. However, just as many straight people frequent this nightclub too. Really, everyone is welcome at Liv Nightclub!
That's why we love it so much. You can always have a great time and meet new, sexy people at this awesome nightclub. Plus, the drinks are fun and not super expensive and they even offer table service, in case you're wanting to make your night even more special!
Cash cover at door; all major credit cards and cash accepted inside; ATM on site; non-accessible entrance. If you're looking for a place where you can twist and shout and dance the night away, Twist is the nightclub for you!
This super trendy, popular beachfront Miami club is all about the music. In fact they often fly in DJs from all over the world so spin the latest electronic, dance, and house hits. You'll not only be wowed by the music but also the incredible sound and light systems that accompany it. It's hard to stay still at a club like Twist so we recommend grabbing the first person you see and taking them out to the dance floor! Miami Swingers Clubs Wanting to make sure you score on your night out?
Share Lifestyle Club Type. Share Lifestyle Club is one of Miami's longest operating swingers clubs. Members love and trust this club because of how long it's been open.
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