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Sex parties helped one woman rediscover her sexuality after having kids and getting divorced.

Two years ago while recovering from the demise of a fifteen-year marriage, I responded to an invitation to join a sex party. Knowing I was newly single and in no rush to get involved in another romantic relationship a woman I worked with unexpectedly told me about her unusual hobby and urged me to attend an event.

My marriage failed because of a million complex issues, one of which was my ex-husband's reaction to the changes in my body after I delivered our first child. After weaning my daughter so that I could go back to work, my breasts lost tone and sagged and my abdomen muscles were loose and flabby. At a time when I was most psychologically vulnerable, my post-baby body became a source of teasing and hilarity to my husband. I withdrew from him sexually and avoided physical contact, essentially living a sexless life from the age of thirty on.

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I was intrigued by my colleague's invitation but my crushed self-esteem held me back; I waited six months to ask her questions. I discovered that women typically direct modern sex parties and rules regarding expected behavior are strictly enforced. All touching has to be consensual by everyone involved. All party guests must have regular screening for sexually transmitted diseases and give their results the party director. Condom use is mandatory, even when the sexual encounter is between already sexually intimate partners. While mostly couples attend these parties, single women are also welcome. After being assured of anonymity and rigorous sexual health protection I decided to ignore my nervousness and attend the next party.

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