My favorite situation is having several people involved with me at once while I lay down (unless there are hot women – then I like being more active). These situations have occurred at this club where I recently started working – I get paid to have sex with the guys in “orgy” settings. Most of the guys don’t know we women are getting paid, and there are only four or five of us women working at a time. Usually, when I have several people on me at once at this club, it is other men who are on me/in me. But recently, I had an experience with three other women (who all work at the club with me) and only two men. That I really enjoyed.
My first few nights of work at this club, I started thinking about orgies and world peace. Once I was laying down with several men involved with me, some white, some Latin, some black, and two Hasidic Jews. When one of the black men was inside me, one of the white men said that my skin (I’m white) looked really cool against his dark black skin. Another white man told one of the other black men that he had heard black men were big, but he had never seen a black man’s [sex organ] before until that night. There was no jealousy – just acknowledgement. And no race or cultural barrier – just enjoyment of sex (and me).
I observed that the men were very respectful of each other and of me, never demanding me to do anything I didn’t want to do (though certainly much asking! But they accepted my refusal to do hand-jobs and/or blow-jobs). The men, concerned that Hasidic Jews were very strict in sexual matters, and attending this club was a chance for them to fully enjoy and release themselves (not sure if that’s true, though), made sure to give the Hasidic Jews plenty of time with my body. All the guys were getting along so well that I just lay there and thought that this is how the world needs to operate – with respect and understanding.
In my sex work experiences, I usually enjoy my conversations with these men – they’re all very nice people. Many of them are married or have girlfriends, and express to me their frustration that their significant others don’t want a part of this swinging or orgy life. I think it’s sad – I think their relationship would strengthen if both participated in swinging and group sex. There wouldn’t be cheating or lying – if the couple swings together, it’s all in the open.
Even we women who work at the club get along – we all know we are there to work and make sure the men leave satisfied, but since we don’t get paid per customer, there is no jealousy. In fact, we are very supportive of each other, and as I related earlier, the best times are when we are all together sexually.
I actually find our getting paid to have sex with the men analogous to women dating and marrying men for stability and security. Getting actual cash or a roof over your head is basically the same thing.
Would women stop being jealous of other women if they could enjoy each other sexually? Yes! I am positive of that. Orgies provide a perfect opportunity for women to appreciate each other as women.
Both men and women can be sexually pleased in orgies and communicate with other men and women at the same time. I have not really seen any jealousy – just appreciation and arousal.
On the whole, an orgy is an uplifting experience and brings people closer together. Although orgies are sexual, those involved are not reduced to sex objects. On the contrary, personhood is deepened when you commune with others sexually – boundaries are transcended and friendships forged.
I wish orgies and swinging were more accepted, and to go on a slight tangent, that sex work was legal. When I finished college and got involved in sex work, I was ashamed to let anyone know about the true nature of my work, but I was angry that I felt I had to be ashamed – I felt the world needed to catch up with my attitude that if men want to pay for sex, they should be allowed to, as long as the woman is above age and willing, and the woman herself should not be stigmatized.
However, now that I am older and wiser, I would have no problem seeing anyone from the club out in public – I would smile and say hi and ask how he is doing – and really mean it.
When I consider the variety of races and religions of the men I’ve had sex with at these orgies, and how the men all got along, united in a common pursuit of sexual pleasure, I think of the potential for peace, and how easy it could be to achieve.
Despite all our differences (and differences are fine! Differences make us human and don’t need to divide us – we don’t want to be identical robots), we can all learn to value each other and bond with each other if we all join in an orgy together.
Wouldn’t we then regard each other with more kindness, having witnessed each other naked, at our most vulnerable, at our most present, in the height of ecstasy? Vulnerability is key to openness, to understanding, to empathy, and in an orgy we all see each other at our most vulnerable.
World peace – just an orgy away.