A Cosmopolitan reporter recently went to a sex party in Manhattan put on by Skirt Club, a members-only society of 11, women around the world who want to experiment with other women. Many of these women are in heterosexual relationships, Alix Tunell writes, but want to explore another side of themselves. Founder Genevieve LeJeune told Cosmo that sex parties for bi women often turn into performative outings for their male partner to enjoy, their own experience getting lost in the process. Read the full story at Cosmopolitan.
I went to an all-female sex party and here's how I felt about it
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Woman A: I guess you could classify me as polyamorous pansexual. Woman B: I am a cis woman who used to identify as "disappointingly straight" — I felt like I was missing out on interesting experiences. Serendipitously, this changed about six months ago when I connected with a beautiful, fun woman and ended up having sex with her. This was a game changer. Although I have always approached my sexuality with curiosity and an open mind, I had never experienced this type of connection. Since that experience, I have found myself attached to and connecting with other women.
7 Things I Learned At An All-Female Sex Party
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. On a chilly Saturday night in New York City, Skirt Club , "an underground community for girls who play with girls," threw a prohibition-themed play read: sex party to celebrate the anniversary of their founding. I went, came, and had the time of my life.
New York offers no shortage of options for adults seeking a departure from the routine, and my foray into the lifestyle started with a BDSM event in I realized giving and receiving pleasure in front of an audience was appealing to me, and after doing an internet search for more ways to participate in the scene, I applied to a collective based in Brooklyn that holds monthly swinger parties. Initially, my reservations outweighed my excitement.