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LeJeune has done something different with intimacy by incorporating food and education along with nudity, of course into her parties. So, why'd you start Skirt Club? So, two and a half years ago I started the club in London. Really, it was just this lack of understanding of female sexual needs, and also society not recognizing that women like to have sex, too.

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In a closet across from the tub, a woman is using a vibrator and moaning loudly. The rest of the master suite is crowded with limbs and faces buried between legs. The air smells like sex, but sweeter—perfume, plus sweat, minus men—and marijuana. This is Skirt Club , a members-only society of nearly 11, women around the world, most of whom are in committed hetero relationships and identify as bi-curious or bisexual. Started in by a woman who saw a need for exclusively female sex parties, what was once a small gathering of 15 friends in London is now a full-fledged enterprise with approximately 50 parties per year in 12 major cities around the world. He was interested in having threesomes; she was hoping to explore her bisexuality.

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In just two years since starting its secretive, sexy and luxurious private parties in Sydney, the Skirt Club - the all-female sex club for lesbian, bisexual and "plain curious" women - had seen its membership swell to Tonight it launches in Melbourne, and is expecting 50 women for an invitation-only evening of bubbles, burlesque by Ferri Maya, and a chat about "the ancient art of women pleasuring women" from sexpert Ruth Ostrow. Skirt Club runs two levels of events. First is Mini Skirt, a monthly, try-it-on-for-size, post-work social event, usually in a bar, where newbies basically meet other women, sip champagne and cocktails, maybe catch some burlesque, network, exchange numbers and see what the concept is all about.
According to the movies , sex clubs are dingy places, usually filled with people in bathrobes lounging around on red satin. This psychedelic rave-themed club is fitted out with a bondage room, four dance floors, several bars, a massage room, and a swimming pool to relax in. And definitely no jeans.