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Miami's independent source of local news and culture. Michael J. Mooney March 3, AM. There's an unmarked black door at the end of a Pompano Beach strip mall, next to a laundromat and a dollar store and across the street from an Episcopal church. The only hint of what happens beyond the door is a worn leaning against a pole near the parking lot.
It re Club Hedo. Just after 11 p. It's their first time here, and a few people stare as they amble past the pool table, wide-eyed and a bit nervous. The clandestine club would fit right into a pleasant snapshot from There are a disco ball, a wooden bar adorned with Christmas lights, vinyl chairs situated Swing Club in Miami.
a few Formica tables, and a parquet dance floor replete with a single metal pole. The young couple sits down on a leather couch. A mix of recent pop songs and older disco plays to the 20 or so people — nearly all between 40 and 60 years old — scattered about the room. Soon enough, though, the couple is invited to a group of regulars — two men and three women — seated at a table.
Susan, a tall, year-old blond in a chiffon dress, locks eyes with the young lady in polka dots, takes her gently by the forearm, and guides her to a chair next to her own. Like most of the people contacted for this article, Susan asked that her last name not be published for fear that tales of her exploits might make it back to neighbors and co-workers.
By day, she's a Broward public school teacher, but on weekends, she puts on a little extra makeup, wears a slightly shorter dress, and comes to clubs like this. Susan asks if they want anything to drink. The Kinsey Institute at Indiana University estimates that as many as 4 million Americans participate in some form of group sex or couple swapping.
With its welcoming beaches, year-round sunshine, and fine appreciation for vices, South Florida has become a mecca of swinging in this country. Couples make sexual pilgrimages here from points all over the world. At least four different swinger cruises depart from South Florida every year. While swingers anywhere can connect through websites and classifiedSouth Florida has five on-premises sex clubs four in Broward, one in Miami-Dade, none in Palm Beach catering to a variety of different lifestyles.
He can be found striding through his club with purpose, wearing black slacks, a black shirt, and a thick gold chain. His employees are diligent, because they know he's a perfectionist, and they dare not upset him. Every inch of the club must be spotless. Every Swing Club in Miami. must embody a delicate blend of attentiveness and discretion. He says he wants people to think of his place as "the swingers' club where everybody knows your name.
And yet, Monte says, "It's about much more than the sex. People can have a few drinks and dance a little bit and get to know each other. It's a private, members-only establishment, thereby not subject to public indecency laws or liquor laws. The club is divided into two parts. The front room serves as a nightclub. Guests bring their own alcohol, but mixers are provided, and bartenders make the drinks.
There's a small buffet complimentary with the price of admission and a dance floor in front of a wall of mirrors. Then there's a back section. Once visitors get comfortable, they generally move into this area, which is partitioned off into a maze of separate lounges. The "love parlor" Swing Club in Miami. turquoise walls, a red pleather couch and chair, paintings that would not look out of place at your grandmother's house, and porn broadcast on a small TV mounted on the wall.
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