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.
From how to prepare for going to a sex club, to asking yourself whether you want to have sex with a stranger, working out how to handle seeing your other half having sex with someone else, to figuring out what precautions to take, our free online guide to what to expect at a sex club will tell you all you will ever need to know on this topic! Bookmark this page now so you can come back again and again to get hints and tips on how to have a great time at a sex club.
You may want to think about what to wear, what sex toys to bring, if any, who to go with, and whether you are actually going to have sex, or just watch and hang out. Yu could think about what kinds f s you may want to try if you are going to have sex there, and you might want to consider what events the sex club has going on -- for instance, many have gangbang nights, others have karaoke and gay nights, so be mindful about what kind of a theme you would like to enjoy. Even if there is an event on, most sex clubs will still let you just hang out and do your own thing if you want to. For the voyeur, most places will have a booth where you can watch couples (and more than couples) getting it on, and you can use these booths as well. You just have to make the decision about whether to have stranger sex or not -- since you are considering, it's probably a 'Yes'!
You may want to indulge in a bit of sex toy play before you go to a sex club for the first time with your other half. For instance, you might want to watch her have sex with a dildo first and imagine it is another guy; if your partner is a guy, then watch some porn together and see what his reaction is like to other women, or to other guys. The other thing to do is to go to a bar and watch your partner flirt with someone else. This is a good way to see how you feel about seeing your partner being with someone else. This is not always a total way to see how it feels to watch your guy or gal have full sex with another person, so you need to have a really good imagination. In the end, if you both really want to do it, then the only way is to just take the plunge.
One of the fist things to consider when you are thinking about what to expect at a sex club is to make sure you bring condoms, and that you are on the pill if you are a woman. Also, be sure that you do not have any STIs -- if you DO, then please just do not go to a sex club until they have cleared up. There are also websites out there that can help you hook up with other people who have the exact same STIs as you, so if you do have a long term infection, all is not lost. OK, going back to sex clubs -- protection is key. Most sex clubs will have condoms on tap, but do brig your own just in case. This is very important if you have an exceptionally large -- or small -- penis, and need a special size of condom. If you are going to have anal sex, then be sure to bring some condoms that are appropriate -- they are usually a bit tougher and do not split as easily.
Well, the real answer to this is that anything goes. One of the great things about sex clubs is that often have kit that allow for new and interesting sex positions that you may not be able to try out at home. BDSM kit often features, especially if the sex club has a dungeon. You could find yourself tied up and contorted in all sorts of positions that you may have previously never thought even possible. There are some clubs that allow for a woman to enjoy a sexual fantasy such as a gang bang, and if this is something that you have not tried, it comes highly recommended. A hostess can help to facilitate it for you by helping you break the ice at the sex club's bar, if it has one, and introducing you to single men who have come along for the party. These are usually advertised, and it is one of the times when single men are encouraged to come to sex clubs.
Actually, it is not that hard to recreate a sex club at home. Once you know what to expect at a sex club, you can take most if not all the elements of a sex club and do them in your own space if you have a bit of cash and a bit of imagination. There are always people up for going to a new sex hang, so why not take the initiative and make your home your very own sex palace where you can invite kinky guys and gals you know to come along. They can bring guests, and this way you will increase your circle of sex adventurers to come and have some great and truly mind blowing group sex all in the comfort of your own home. What better way to explore your sexuality than to host your very own sex parties that will soon become the talk of the town (although, purely on an underground, need-to-know basis, of course!) What you want to charge is up to you, though really a sex party is free -- folk just come along for some hot fun!