What To Expect In A Sex Club
Every sex club is different. Some welcome couples and women, while some exclude single men. Most have a hostess who will help you have the kind of fun you want. There are usually lockers to put your stuff in, and clothing is often optional. Now, first of all, don't expect sex. A lot of people who go to sex clubs are in fact quite shy, and not (we hate to say it) all that sexy, while being as body positive as possible, of course. Second of all, expect sex. Yes, we know this is a contradiction of what we just said, but if you go to a sex club not expecting sex, then you might be shocked when there is, in fact, sex happening. Thirdly, expect your partner to get jealous, and expect to be jealous of your partner. Most sex clubs will allow single women to enter, but not single men; if you are going with your partner, be sure that you are both OK with seeing each other at the very least turned on by other people, and perhaps even having sex with them. Other things to expect at a sex club: to get hit on repeatedly if you're lucky, to get totally ignored if you're not, to be asked if you have an STI, to ask others if they have an STI, to be paranoid about getting an STI, and, if you can handle all of the above, then maybe -- just maybe -- to have some good-to-middling-to-amazing communal sex club sex.