Swinger clubs in Paris are opulent and lavish and that’s to be expected. We are talking about the city of fashion, art, love and sensuality.
Paris’ reputation as a hotbed of Europe’s libertinism dates back to the 16th century, where a group of academic men united by a common attitude of revolt against the dominant social ideologies of religion, literary style and sexuality. During this period, it saw a rise of figureheads such as aristocratic novelist Marquis de Sade.
Hundreds of years later, Paris has become a city where libertinism flourished and became a proponent of swinging. A destination where Paris swingers and Europe swingers and from all over the globe come to find sexual thrills.
Traditionally, libertine swingers clubs in Paris have been thought of as echangiste clubs for the 40-plus variety. That is quickly changing. What used to be a secretive society made up of mainly wealthy middle-aged married people has been infused with sexy young millennials. Some of these bright young things are fully immersed in the libertine culture, while some are merely testing the waters.
Swingers clubs in Paris have a very strict dress code. Men are instructed to wear suits or, at the very least, dark pants and a jacket. Women must be in a dress or skirt and heels. Wearing Flat shoes and short-sleeved shirts are considered “sainte horreur” (holy horror). Women have to be beautiful, and men need to, at the very least, look rich. Like most upscale nightclubs.
Are you visiting Paris, to experience its history, architecture, art, fashion and a side dish of libertinism? Paris has many swingers clubs where you can experience Paris swinging and explore your sexual fantasies.
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