Beauty’s in the eye of the whip holder.
[Toronto Sun] Elizabeth Abbott, a celibacy history research associate at University of Toronto, describes Toronto as a “formerly repressed city” where the 1970s finally happened and many immigrants moved in.
People are gravitating towards swinging, Abbott notes, because there is too much stress on staying with one person and the element of curiosity is overpowering.
“The city isn’t suspicious anymore, it rigorously loves diversity,” she said. “We’re a changed culture where it’s now seen as wrong to criticize different lifestyles.”
Club Wicked has a doorman who not only keeps out the young, impressionable and curious, but turns away those who don’t meet the club’s standards of physical attractiveness.