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(1) An extramarital relationship more driven by physical gratification than by polyamory—the desire to develop emotionally involved relationships with extramarital partners
(2) An alternative lifestyle for consenting adults who enjoy social recreational sexual activities with others, most often on a couple-to-couple basis, but may also involve singles, with full knowledge and mutual consent of both partners
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Alternative 1: Open a Swing Club using the same prototype in the Atlanta, GA area.
There was more competition with another Swing Club in the city.
Data gathered by private swing clubs indicate that 90 percent of swingers identify a religious preference and 47 percent regularly attend religious services (Friendship Express, 1994; Miller, 1994).
Local swing clubs provided links from their websites to the survey and all swinger email listserves on OneList.
After botching the suicide attempt, he ventures out into the night, ending up in a smoky swing club where Benny Goodman, Bobby Freeman and the Beach Boys alternate on the jukebox, and some very able dancers demonstrate how truly empty poor Michael's life truly is.
Stroman actually saw a yellow dress-wearing beauty at an after-hours swing club in New York's meatpacking district.
My book does have a few pages on exotic dance, along with swing clubs and adult bookstores.
Set in the underground world of swing clubs in Nazi Germany, "The Rhythm Club" is Sklar and Beguelin's first tuner together.
Today's swing clubs, he argues, mark the return of such places.
Slated pre-Broadway fare includes "Tallulah" (with Kathleen Turner) and the tryout for "The Rhythm Club," the new musical penned by the youthful Chad Beguelin and Matthew Sklar and set in and around the swing clubs of 1930s Hamburg.
Many golf shops offer a place to swing clubs, if not actually hit balls.