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In romantic Paris, sex clubs more hip than ever
By Fran Blandy
17 February 2015

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France, with its famous Pigalle red light district in Paris (pictured), has long held a reputation for being a hotbed of European libertinism (AFP Photo/Franck Fife)

Paris (AFP) - It's Valentine's Day in the world's most romantic capital and as some couples cosy up in restaurants around Paris, others furtively slip through a purple tinted door for a night of sexual titillation at a libertine nightclub.

One by one accountants, engineers, businessmen and parents are buzzed into the discreet club on the banks of a Parisian canal, where gently flickering lights play across an interior decorated in warm, sensual reds and violets. Couples like Nathalie and Antonio, Maxime and Aurelia, enter what appears to be a normal nightclub, with a large bar area where a sumptuous buffet is set up, and a mirrored dancefloor. But a closer look reveals that alongside buckets full of champagne and peanuts on the bar, are glass jars stuffed with condoms.

Quai 17 is one of nearly 500 libertine, or swingers clubs, across France -- a sexual lifestyle that has come under the spotlight in the trial of former International Monetary Fund boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn. He denies organising prostitutes for private orgies, but admits to being an unabashed libertine who revels in men and women who "come together for the pleasure of sex."

"There are so many well-known people like him (Strauss-Kahn) who come here and to other clubs," Bernard Crouzas, the owner of the club, told AFP. "I have people I see on television, police, lawyers, magistrates who come here," he said as music softly throbs in the background. "We all have a hidden sexual side," said Crouzas.

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn's denies charges of procuring prostitutes for his sex parties, but admits to being a libertine who enjoyed orgies (AFP Photo/Francois Lo Presti)

It has become fashionable

France's reputation as a hotbed of European libertinism dates back to a philosophical backlash against the moral constraints of the church in the 16th century, spawning debaucherous figureheads such as aristocratic novelist Marquis de Sade. Hundreds of years later it is all about the erotic, and it is at libertine establishments -- ranging from seedy saunas to chic clubs with exorbitant entry fees -- that people from all walks of life come to find sexual thrills.

According to Crouzas, the typical crowd of older couples seeking to spice up a stale marriage has been joined by youngsters looking for excitement. With Internet and television providing ever more explicit content, and books like 50 Shades of Grey making previously taboo sexual habits mainstream, "it has become fashionable", he said.

A touch of madness

Some come dressed as if they are going to a formal dinner, others in revealing leather and lace with garters and towering heels. The evening starts off slowly, with couples sipping champagne as red and white heart-shaped balloons bob overhead, going back-and-forth to the buffet, their eyes stopping to linger from time to time on another guest.

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US-born burlesque dancer Louise de Ville performs at a bar in the Parisian district of Pigalle. France's libertine establishments range from seedy saunas to chic, exclusive clubs (AFP Photo/Thomas Samson)

Nathalie, 46, an accountant, and Antonio, 47, who has a delivery business, have been married for 25 years and with three children were lured to libertine clubs "to break with routine." "It avoids looking elsewhere, it isn't cheating. I love my wife," said Antonio. "You must take pleasure from life." Nathalie feels their lifestyle is still taboo, and that there are a lot of misconceptions about it. "Here we respect people," said Antonio. "If you say no it means no," adds Natalie. "Some nights nothing happens."

Seated at the bar, Maxime, 24, and his physiotherapist girlfriend Aurelia, 23, who have dated for three years, say that they are often the youngest in the room. To avoid jealousy, they set boundaries, never going beyond stroking and occasionally Aurelia getting intimate with another woman. "We know our limits before we come," said Maxime.

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The entrance to l'Aventure, a private club-restaurant in Paris frequented by former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (AFP Photo/Lionel Bonaventure)

But in six months they have only twice found someone with whom they had good enough chemistry to take things further. "It is a touch of madness," smiles Aurelia.

The woman decides

Much of the Strauss-Kahn trial has focused on whether he could really have been unaware the women attending the orgies were prostitutes. "In a libertine context, no woman will ever be paid to show up for an evening and to have sexual relations," said sex therapist Lauriane Cydzik. Crouzas said he once got a complaint from a client that a woman was asking for money and she was immediately thrown out. The trial has also heard sordid testimony from former prostitutes who said they felt too powerless to say no when Strauss-Kahn sodomised them because they were paid.

Cydzik said that this too has nothing to do with libertinism. "The woman decides what will happen. If a man wants to touch her and she declines because she is not attracted by that man, all she needs to do is raise her hand to say 'no' and the man will withdraw. "In libertine situations, the woman is all-powerful, contrary to what people may think."

As the night drags on, the food is cleared away, the music gets louder and the ambiance grows ever more steamy. Maxime and Aurelia take to the dance floor together, and Nathalie and Antonio join others to explore the passages and alcoves dotted around the club. Animal print covers and cushions lend a wild edge to carpeted bedrooms open for voyeurs to stop and watch. There is also a cosy cinema showing pornography, and private rooms for couples who want to keep to themselves. A bouncer keeps close watch to make sure everyone is respectful.

Another couple, teacher Artemisa and her partner Cyril, a public servant, stand watching as naked bodies writhe on a bed. "We don't participate very much, but it is a turn on," giggles Artemisa.

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PostPosted: Sun May 10, 2015 3:51 pm 
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Sex club seeks Nashville blessing by vowing to be a church
By TRAVIS LOLLER
April 24, 2015

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This April 23, 2015 photo shows a facility purchased by The Social Club, a Nashville, Tenn. swingers club, in a small office park in Nashville. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Nashville swingers club has undergone a conversion — it says it's now a church — in order to win city approval so it can open next to a Christian school.

The story began last fall, when a fixture in downtown Nashville called The Social Club sold its building and purchased a new one in a run-down office park several miles to the east. The new building is geographically isolated at the end of a dead-end street, but it is near the back of Goodpasture Christian School, a large private school serving pre-school through high school children.

It might have been years before school officials and parents learned what was going on inside The Social Club — its website says it is "a private club for the enjoyment of both men and women ... to engage in any sexual activity" — if someone had not sent anonymous letters to the school president and the local councilwoman. Both say the person who tipped them off claimed to be a concerned club member, although they don't know that for sure.

Parents and religious leaders were called on to pack the Metro Nashville Council chambers to support a zoning change to prevent the club from opening. That's when the club, which had spent $750,000 on the building and begun renovations, suddenly transformed into a church.

The United Fellowship Center's plans are nearly identical to those of The Social Club but with some different labels. The dance floor has become the sanctuary. Two rooms labeled "dungeon" are now "choir" and "handbells." Forty-nine small, private rooms remain, but most of them have become prayer rooms.

Larry Roberts is the attorney for the club-turned-church. He previously vowed to take the city to court. Now, he says, it's the city that will have to sue. "The ball is in Metro's court ... We've now gotten a permit to meet as a church, and a church is something that cannot be defined under the U.S. Constitution," he said. Roberts said church members will "meet and have fellowship" in the new building, but no sex will take place there. "If people have something else in mind, they will go somewhere else."

Several of those who opposed The Social Club say they are skeptical of the change. "I find it hard to believe that they've invested that kind of money and they're just going to change the activity," Goodpasture President Ricky Perry said. "I really hope that it's true."

Metro Zoning Administrator Bill Herbert said the department takes applicants at their word, so inspectors are treating the building as a church. As long as the United Fellowship Center is in compliance with codes, it will receive permission to operate. "If it is not operating as a church, that's an enforcement issue," he said. "We can tell them to cease and desist, and if they refuse we can enforce it through the courts." If it turns out to continue operating as a swingers club, it could also face trouble with the state after lawmakers passed a bill last month disallowing private sex clubs within 1,000 feet of schools, parks, day cares and houses of worship.

Metro Councilwoman Karen Bennett is a Goodpasture graduate who sponsored the legislation to change the zoning for private clubs. She said she will be watching to make sure the United Fellowship Center truly does operate as a church. "I've heard many, many people say they're planning to attend when it opens," she said.

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So where are all these sex clubs in Paris?
By Priscillia Charles
17 February 2015

Thanks to DSK and Fifty Shades of Grey, swinging has dominated headlines in French newspapers lately.

But where are all these Paris sex clubs? Turns out they might be closer than you'd think. There are almost 500 swingers club in France, many of which are in Paris. And according to the owner of upmarket Quai 17 on the banks of the River Seine, the establishments are becoming more and more fashionable.

In fact, the Inrocks magazine was reporting a "resurgence" in the libertine clubs in the capital as far back as 2013. The news prompted French newspaper L'Express to plot all of the clubs on a map, noting some arrondissements in Paris were hotter than others, but also pointing out other areas were less, ahem, bare.

So where are the crème-de-la-crème hotspots when it comes to Parisian couples seeking their sexual thrills? Where exactly are these nightclubs hidden? Could there even be one in your own neighbourhood?

We found out more:

Les Chandelles

Les Chandelles writes on its official website that it boasts a “captivating trip to the heart of sensuality” and offers “the subtle magic of eroticism”. And it couldn't really be more central, located in the first arrondissement in the heart of the city. This is a couples only swingers club, except for Monday nights and during the afternoons.
Location: 1 Rue Thérèse, 75001 Paris
Cost: Prices go as high as €290 for a night at this club, which includes a candlelit dinner with wine.

Club Libertin 2Plus2

This club boasts online that it is the first swinger's club in Paris since 1972. It's 400 square metres of pure pleasure and offers "the five S's". In case you're wondering, that's: Sensuality, Seduction, Simplicity, Safety, and Savoir-Faire (or know-how in English, but you have to admit, it sounds better in French).
Location: 9 Boulevard Edgar Quinet, 75014
Cost: Couples are €85 with a champagne bottle and access to a buffet

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The 2Plus2 clientele can enjoy a variety of drinks at the central Paris club. Photo: 2Plus2.fr

Taken Club

Location, location, location. If you’re in Paris, you can’t get a better location for a night of good old swinging than at Taken Club. It’s on the Île Saint-Louis, the island in the middle of the River Seine and just a stone’s throw from the Notre Dame Cathedral. Reviewing site “Le Petit Futé” says that it is one of the best Libertine spots of the French capital, praising its light show and “amazing” bar.
Location: 8, rue Le Regrattier, 75004
Cost: €149 including buffet

L’Overside

This place in the sixth arrondissement offers 250 square metres “dedicated to pleasure”. The English home page offers eight “cuddle areas” that organizers promise “will surprise you with a unique atmosphere to realize your sexual fantasies”. In fact, they don’t just suggest you visit… they “dare you” to try it.
Location: 92, rue du Cherche-Midi, Galerie Le Sevrien, 75006
Cost: €74 for a couple

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The Overside offers different atmospheres, including a 'Greek lounge'. Photo: Overside.fr

Le Mask

This club promises everything from a feeling of being “at home” to the intimacy of its “naughty corners and playful alcoves”. It welcomes both couples and singles, and offers everything from “laughter and party spirit” to “an illicit naughty afternoon”.
Location: 18, rue Feydeau, 75002
Cost: Up to €150 for a couple in the VIP area (including champagne)

Le Fullmoon

This club, which couldn’t be more centrally located, also has one of the most informative websites. It even offers a 360 degree tour of the inside, if you enjoy that kind of thing. The site promises that the club will “satisfy even the more demanding”. This club seems to have it all too, including buffets, private rooms, and the possibility to book out the whole complex if you have the need.
Location: 13 rue d'Argenteuil, 75001
Cost: Couples for €52. Significantly more for single men.

Le Pluriel Club

Sex can be about all the senses… even the sense of hearing. And Le Pluriel knows it. In fact, the club writes that in its basement, there is a “superb bathroom and initimate corners where the light and sound levels are especially designed to accommodate your finest pleasures.” Indeed.
Location: 13 rue François Miron, 75004 Paris
Cost: €66 for couples

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The most daring can investigate the second basement of the club. Photo: Plurielclub.com

Rituel Foch

The 16th arrondissement - one of Paris’s most glamorous - is home to the Rituel Foch, a chic club where you’re bound to meet people with “countless exceptional stories” and where “the magic of libertinism and its secrets are best kept.”
Location: 26 rue le Sueur - 75016
Cost: €80 for a couple with two drinks included

Le Moon City

This club describes itself as coming from “another world”, where you get to meet other swingers in a “magical scene of astonishing sculptures and precious materials”. Our eyebrows are raised too!
Location: 34 boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris
Cost: €148 for men and free access for women everyday except from Mondays and Wednesdays.

Quai 17

This club is a definite hotspot in the city. The website boasts that there is a round bed and a glory hole for the most daring couples. If you want to know a whole lot more about it, read this story from when a reporter from the AFP new agency recently visited.
Location: 15/17 Quai de L'oise, 75019
Cost: €160 for couples including champagne

Source: The Local France.

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Turkey swinger suspects risk up to 177 years in jail
3 August 2015

Istanbul (AFP) - Turkish prosecutors have demanded jail sentences of up to 177 years for 29 people in the southeastern province of Adana suspected of setting up swingers' clubs, local media reported Monday.

Turkish police arrested 53 people in May on suspicion of pimping and prostitution in raids on 25 addresses in five provinces across the south and southeast, after receiving reports that patrons of swinger clubs were bringing prostitutes to the sex parties. Of the 53 people taken in for questioning, 29 were brought to court to face charges, with 15 placed under arrest and others released pending trial.

The suspects are facing jail terms ranging from three to 177 years each for "setting up a criminal organisation with the aim of engaging in criminal activity," "prostitution," "human trafficking" and "obscenity," Dogan news agency reported.

Dogan said that the ringleader couple -- a 25-year-old university student and his girlfriend -- initially used social media to organise wife-swapping parties for married couples free of charge. They later rented a luxury villa to host customers, including single men "who do not want to randomly hire prostitutes" from the neighbouring provinces of Mersin, Kayseri, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa.

The couple, who did not accept customers from Adana for security reasons, charged the single men 1,000 Turkish Liras ($360 dollars, or 328 euros) for each swingers' party, Dogan said. The suspects include a married woman, who told the police she accepted money for sex -- with her husband's blessing -- in order to support her destitute father.

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ICE bosses accused of sex parties
By Greg Moran
October 19, 2015

Internal affairs investigators for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency are questioning employees in San Diego about allegations that a supervisor has been using government time to recruit workers for “private sexual ‘swinger’ parties” at his home.

The accusation of “gross sexual misconduct” was made in a complaint submitted to the Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security earlier this year. The allegation comes amid a rising number of complaints from workers and the union about management at the office. It says that employees at the ICE Enforcement Removal Operations office in downtown San Diego have been approached during work hours to participate in the parties held at the home of a supervisor in the office along with his wife, who is also an agent. The complaint says the recruitment has been going on for more than a year, and alleges the practice is coercive of subordinate employees and an abuse of authority.

Though the complaint was made to the Inspector General for Homeland Security in Washington, D.C., it was referred to the Office of Professional Responsibility, which investigates allegations of employee misconduct.

Late last week, agents from that office scheduled interviews with several agents in San Diego. Four of the interview subjects were identified by name in the anonymous complaint, either as people who were approached for the sex parties or people who were allegedly organizing them. The San Diego Union-Tribune obtained a copy of the complaint, and is not identifying the accused ICE supervisor in case the federal investigation finds there is no merit to the claims. “The parties take place while their kids are watching a movie in their rooms,” the complaint says. “Kids are told that mom and dad are working on a project with the other couples and not to disturb them nor knock on the bedroom door for at least an hour.”

Some of those mentioned in the complaint could not be located for comment. The supervisor who is accused of organizing the parties referred inquiries to the agency’s public affairs unit, when reached on his cellphone last month.

A spokeswoman for the agency declined to comment because the matter had been referred to the professional responsibility unit and the investigation was ongoing. The complaint said that employees were approached about the parties and whether they wanted to participate either verbally or via text messages from the personal phones of the supervisor. Those who attend the parties aren’t allowed to bring phones inside the home and are checked to make sure they are not carrying any when they arrive, the complaint said.

Some of the employees are described as “rookie employees” who go along because they are “intimidated, afraid or foolishly ‘wow’d’ thinking participation will land them a promotion,” it said. “Employees are being affected, traumatized, coerced and violated,” the complaint says. “It is an abuse of authority and needs to stop.”

The sexual misconduct charge is the latest complaint involving the San Diego office in the past year, alleging employees have been subjected to racial slurs, discrimination and retaliation by management. The Enforcement and Removal Operations office is an arm of the federal immigration apparatus that holds unauthorized immigrants in custody and deports them, among other functions. In the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, there were 13 Equal Employment Opportunity complaints from the San Diego office, according to a letter from an ICE official to Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego.

Some of the complaints from employees, which date back to 2014, say they were subjected to harassment or verbal abuse. Others say they were targets of gender, race or age discrimination. Most of the complaints are in different stages of the EEO process, and most have not been resolved. One complaint filed in February by an African-American worker said that last September his boss referred to him using an offensive term for African-Americans.

Felix Luciano, the head of the union local that represents ICE workers in San Diego, said that complaints about the work environment have not gained much traction with the agency. “They are not interested in getting to the root of the problem,” Luciano said.

In April, employees protested the situation outside the federal building in downtown San Diego. In the past year Luciano has traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet with Sarah Saldana, the director of the agency, about the complaints. He was told the agency would institute management training in San Diego, but he said little more has been done. “There isn’t an urge to fix the climate here,” he said.

Lorie Haley, an ICE spokeswoman, said the agency has taken other steps, such as meetings with workers and supervisors to address the discontent. “So far there have been no findings of discriminatory actions or significant deficiencies in local management practices,” she said.

It’s unclear how long the sexual misconduct inquiry will go on. This is not the first federal law enforcement agency to come under scrutiny for alleged sexual misconduct. Last month, investigators launched a probe into whether federal air marshals had hired prostitutes and recorded sex acts with them on government cell phones. In March, the Justice Department’s internal watchdog released a report saying Drug Enforcement Administration agents had sex parties while on duty overseas with prostitutes hired by drug cartels. Internal investigation is probing whether subordinates were solicited at work.

Source: San Diego Union Tribune.

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‘Sex roulette’ is the disturbing new trend for Spanish teens
By Dominique Sisley
11 May 2016

A dangerous new trend, in which teenagers have unprotected orgies with HIV carriers, is reportedly on the rise in Barcelona.

According to several reports in the Spanish media, the high-risk activity – more commonly known as ‘sex roulette’ – has been growing in popularity across the Catalan capital. Much like Russian roulette, the sex parties are aimed at people who want to add an element of danger to their carnal connections, by inviting (at least) one ‘secret’ HIV carrier to the group.

The trend, which is apparently practised by people of all sexualities, echoes the equally contentious ‘bugchasing’ movement; where gay men actively pursue the virus for sexual pleasure. This time, however, the rules are more open. For example, while some of these orgies are exclusive only to HIV carriers, others “offer blue tablets” that are supposed to prevent the contraction of the virus. “These are non-prescription drugs in Spain and therefore bought on the black market,” French radio channel Equinox explains.

According to Barcelona’s Hospital Clinic – which is currently treating around 100 HIV carriers a day – the rise of ‘sex roulette’ has also been linked to a spate of other sexual diseases in the city; including hepatitis C, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. It has also been connected to the notable decline in the amount of young people who are concerned with catching HIV (stats reveal that 24 per cent of 15-25-year-olds are “not afraid” of the virus).

But why, despite all the obvious dangers, is this disturbing trend so appealing? “Going to sex roulette parties is about the risk, partygoers think the higher the risk, the stronger the thrill,” says psychosexual therapist Kate Moyle. “In the case of sex parties the intense high is as you combine orgasm with high adrenaline. However the high is short term and the long term consequences are dangerous as not only is there the risk of contracting HIV, but other harmful sexually transmitted infections.”

It’s not the first time the media has reported on the ‘sex roulette’ trend, either. Back in 2014, La Vanguardia newspaper raised concerns about the number of straight teenagers indulging in these kinds of “high-risk” orgies; adding that they believed the craze had come “from Colombia”.

“We’ve become victims of our own success when it comes to treatment,” explains AVERT’s news officer, Caitlin Maron. “HIV treatment is much more accessible and effective in this era, and people living with HIV are living healthier lives and into old age. As such, many people may feel that becoming infected with HIV isn’t such a ‘big deal’.”

“Whilst the outlook for people living with HIV is certainly positive, it is still a life-long chronic condition, with treatment needing to be taken every day,” she adds. “Living with HIV can still be a significant challenge for many.”

Source: Dazed Digital

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Undercover agents find registered church to be sex club
May 13, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Undercover inspectors have determined that a building registered as a church was being operated as a sex club.

WTVF-TV reports that the city of Nashville has filed a complaint against the owners for "maintaining a public nuisance by permitting acts of lewd conduct" and violating a state law banning sex clubs from operating within 1,000 feet of a school.

The longtime downtown swingers club underwent a conversion in 2015 when it relocated to a run-down office park in the community of Madison, calling itself a church because the new location is near the back of the private Goodpasture Christian School.

Two codes inspectors paid $40 to enter the facility in March and filed affidavits detailing sex acts they witnessed within. The city is seeking to close the club.

Information from: WTVF-TV, http://www.newschannel5.com

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Hundreds descend on sleepy middle class town for woodland sex festival featuring S&M dungeon and 'adult play pen'
By Gabriel Shepard and Joshua Taylor
17 August 2017

Hundreds of kinky revellers are descending on a sleepy English town for a sex festival featuring an S&M dungeon, an 'adult play pen' run by dominatrixes and bondage wrestling workshops.

Flamefest17 in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, will also host lessons in erotic writing, fetish play equipment, luxury hot tubs, sword-swallowing and "human hungry hippos". The event, for which partygoers have paid £300 to stay in luxury boutique tents, will include dance DJs playing into the early hours, Kent Live reported .

Photography is banned inside the festival and the website says about the dress code: "Festival wear and fetish wear will go down well, but bear in mind that nudity is only permitted in the adult play marquee." And the website adds: "Sex, nudity and BDSM activities are STRICTLY confined to the adult play marquee and your tent."

Flamefest17 in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, promises an 'adult play pen' and lessons in bondage wrestling - but residents are worried about noise and the parking situation. Publicity material advertising the event says: "Get back to nature and rediscover your wild side with DJs, live music, extreme performances, movie nights, daytime workshops, ridiculous games, an adult play area and steamy outdoor hot tubs." Referring to what is on offer, it adds: "Our outdoor dungeon is discreetly secluded, furnished with fetish play equipment and monitored by our friendly assistants. Explore pain, experience pleasure and fulfil your fantasies on this mystical site, where witches' covens have met for centuries."

But people living in the area have expressed concern over noise, parking and decency - and claim they had not be consulted about the event. Kent councillor Dianne Hill said she had received "a lot" of complaints. "I'm no prude but this is the wrong place for this sort of thing," she said. "It's a residential area. A big worry is they say there will be coaches coming down - where are they going to park? People are obviously going to be concerned about the noise."

Cllr Hill said residents had not been aware the event was taking place because it was being held on a temporary licence. This, she explained, meant it did not need to be approved by a council licensing committee.

Event manager Helen Smedley said it was "a private event" and insisted no sex would be on show to the public. She said: "It'll involve music, workshops, getting at one with nature. We've got guests coming from all over Kent. We've had someone fly in from Romania and Australia. We allow people the safe place to have sex, we're monitors, just to make sure everyone's safe. There's nothing that happens in view, on site. People go off to their tents to meet like minded people."

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