Thousands of Hongkongers Join Sex Club….. so as to outsex their northern brethren - Chinese of commie China
Thousands of Hongkongers join sex club to fulfil their X-rated fantasies
A still from Love’s Whirlpool, which reflects in part what happens at a Swing and Bang Club event.
Love’s Whirlpool, a Japanese film now playing on local screens, uses a swingers’ club to explore the modern conundrum of fulfilling the human need to connect even as people seem increasingly unable to communicate with one another. Adapted for the screen by Daisuke Miura and based on his 2005 play of the same name, it follows the events at a sex party where eight strangers overcome inhibitions and inevitable awkwardness for a night of doubtful couplings.
The film’s party organisers have a real-life Hong Kong counterpart in Chris, a nattily turned out local man in his early 40s whose day job gives him the flexibility to run the sex club that he founded in 2007. He initially organised a few parties for fun, but then decided he could help people learn more about sex.
Of late, China has been the sex capital for swingers …
China Communist Party Swingers Sex Scandal
Photos of alleged Chinese government officials at what some are calling a wife swapping party swinger party have mysteriously been leaked online. The set of 120 photos were leaked on China’s most popular version of Twitter, known as Weibo, of an orgy involving the high ranking China Communist Party officials. The leak has triggered a massive political scandal… Scores of photos of the six-person orgy went viral on Weibo along with rumors that the participants are high-ranking Communist officials. Chinese censors were quick to block the photos the site and on many other Chinese based websites. This scandal could be more than a black eye for the officials involved because in China activities such as orgies, gangbang, group sex, wife swapping and sex parties are a criminal matter that can get one a prison sentence. Read On…