There are places like this for straight people.
Are there though?
Torture Garden is hardly as casual, though is it Misscara?
Blimey, you must be a real slack-ae if you even imagine you could be fted "without so much as a howdyado?".
Still, an intersting insight into heterosexual anxiety.
There's Rio's in Kentish Town which apparently is like that but for straight people. Can't vouch for it as it's not my cup of tea so I've never been but it's there if you fancy dabbling. And I imagine it's more spacious than your bathroom Arky.
I have been to Torture Garden though and no, casual is not exactly the word I'd use.
Is this a family website?
You're my wife now Chang.
There are a lot of secret venues, centered around London and Brighton. They are mainly held in hotels (where the whole hotel is hired out for the event and tickets sold), or in very decadent private houses. Quite often details of the exact venue are not released until a couple of hours before.
Is this what used to be called swinging ?
As much I am loath to steer this thread away from the drip-drip of revelations about stuff-misscara-knows-but-appears-reluctant-to-write-candidly-about-on-a-public-access-forum, if you want homophobia we can give you some homophobia: http://www.alansangle.com/?p=851 (published as an article in today’s edition of The Church of England Newspaper)
Loving this thread. Beats talking about plumbers or pizza any day!
i am not homophobic because i am not scared of my home
misscara and miss annie,you both seem to know an awfull lot about the naughty night time antics of some people,i hope for your own sake that you two ladies are not involved in immorality,i will pray for you both to hope that you are not dragged into the world of sin,although as i don't believe in God i can't guarantee that it will be effective,i once went to a tarts and vicars party,but i can't remember if i went dressed as a tart or a vicar.i am afraid barnesbq may be setting a bad example for sg folk.
barnesbq,i did find your comments unnecessarily crude,i am afraid.if you find this patronising well i am afraid you do seem a trifle oversensitive old boy,no need to be a drama queen old chap.i don't believe most other gays would be this crude/rude,not at all.in fact they would probably make an effort to be a lot more polite,i think.please don't lower the tone of this forum barnesbq,we like to maintain standards on sg.org
And the prize for the biggest troll of this forum goes to.......
barnesbq,as someone who calls for tolerance of diversity with regards to the gay community,you seem remarkably quick to label or stereotype others from another community as a "troll" - a trifle hypocritical perhaps,but maybe the simple and obvious logic of this will go over your head.Perhaps some of the people who claim to be the most liberal people are in fact the opposite when it comes to things they don't like.
is it a case that if on stroudgreen.org you come from one type of "community" you get banned like slabber did,but if you come from another community you get to stay and play?
the words pot,kettle and black spring to mind
Where's the Ignore button?
Another vote for an Ignore button.
barnesbq's (original) comment is the most enlightening I have read on this forum for some time! Probably the most informative since Krappyrubsnif unearthed the Stroud Green badge.
Please don't pray for my soul, that ship has long since sailed
@emine: Don’t ask what exotic sexual ordeals krappy had to undergo to find the badge. It was like a cross between Indiana Jones and Deep Throat.
I used to run a restaurant for a bloke whose other 'business' was organising such parties. He'd use my office from time to time so I'd overhear a lot of phonecalls Also, on a couple of occasions I was asked to manage the hospitality at the locations which weren't hotels, so I was able to glean certain first-hand insights without necessarily being part of the action. I know you would all prefer to assume I am a swinging deviant but most night's I'm either doing the crossword in the White Lion with my elderly neighbour, or at home working on my knitting.
"or at home working on my knitting"
is that a euphemism
so thats what they call it these days is it
quite outrageous what people will say on an internet forum these days,im shocked...
mary whitehouse would be spinning in her grave, gawd bless her
"i was able to glean first hand insights"
oh yes...enough said...as the actress said to the bishop
"without necessarily being part of the action"
methinks the lady doth protest too much
i think both misscara and missannie and other ladies on this forum know alot more than they are letting on...
spank you very much
Misscara, shame, was thinking "swinging deviance" might make a very entertaining talk to the SGWI once it's up and running...perhaps with some 'Knit your own toys' patterns.
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