Swingers Are A Growth Business For U.S. Firms

From Reuters By Adam Tanner LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Matt Virtue, who works as a consultant at a Washington law firm, says he spends more than $10,000 a year to attend conventions, hotels and clubs where he and his girlfriend can have sex with other partners. "Any other hobby that I was into at 40 years old is going to cost me $10,000," he said from a hot tub he was sharing with his girlfriend and a couple with whom they had been intimate the night before. "Dude, I'm addicted to it, there is no doubt about it." Such enthusiasm has turned what were once private passions into a multimillion dollar business. Lifestyles Organization, the nation's largest swinger services company, has annual sales of about $15 million. Swingers also bring in millions of dollars to specialty clubs and hotels in the United States as well as Jamaica, Mexico, France and elsewhere. Tango’s Take Now we’re getting somewhere. There are a handful of couples out there that happen to like sex with other couples. As long as everyone is a grown-up about it, uses protection, and has a safe word, then everything’s cool. The ‘developed world’ is squeamish about ‘sex tourism,’ so maybe this is a way to do away with tourism and still keep sex and money flowing to third world countries. Just invite couples to a nice Thai island, give them ALL-inclusive wrist bracelets, and let the boning begin. The resort makes money and people get to screw complete strangers (and not brainwashed children). It’s really a win-win deal. Read More Of The Original Article…