There’s Now a Swingers Sex 101 Class at Bowery Bliss

Posted on: May 26th, 2014 at 6:09 am by
This image has been archived or removed.

Swinger culture is socially acceptable in the mainstream, it seems. At least enough so that a PR company is littering local inboxes to pitch a  Swinger appreciation course for beginners. Couldn’t help but publish for your amusement. Go for the class, leave with a romp.

“Swinger 101,” as it’s called, will be held at Bowery Bliss, the 4,000 square-foot, multilevel sex den at Bowery and Delancey.

From the mailbag:

Hosted by Jack & Jill, Swinger 101, is the perfect informational introduction to the lifestyle. If you are one of these hesitant or just curious people, Swinger 101 is the place to start. The forum will explain the swinger lifestyle and what it’s all about. It’s being offered free of charge, and Jack & Jill will be there to answer any questions you have. At the very least, Swinger 101 will expand your knowledge of the lifestyle, but it may even open a whole new world of possibilities.

Swinger 101 is a 30-minute presentation, followed by a Q&A session. It will be held at Bowery Bliss, NYC’s premier on-premise lifestyle club, located on the Bowery in Lower Manhattan. The first Swinger 101 will take place on Thursday, June 5th, at 7:30pm (Doors open at 7pm). Anyone interested in swinging, that is over 21, is welcome to attend. Due to limited seating, reservations are required. Visit www.AdultSocials.com/swinger101.html to register for Swinger 101.

Recent Stories

Demolition Begins at Fire-Stricken Dim Sum Palace Building in Chinatown

Demolition started this week at 6 Chatham Square, which, until this month, housed neighborhood favorite Dim Sum Palace. Early morning May 1, a fire in the kitchen spread throughout the building, triggering a five-alarm response from the fire department. All told, five firefighters were injured battling the inferno over several hours. And according to Red […]

Eldridge Street Development Sells for $19.24M

A major real estate deal to report on Eldridge Street. It took three years, but the eight-story mixed-use building at 165 Eldridge traded last week for $19.25 million. Just under the initial 2019 asking price of $21 million. Buyer of record is Meng Lee and Karim Elsayyad of FREO Management. The transaction is not yet […]

The ‘Barrier Reefs’ Coming to Clinton Street Bike Lane

The Department of Transportation has chosen a winner to decorate the traffic barrier protecting the Clinton Street bike line. The city agency awarded artist Alison Cynamon as part of the ongoing Barrier Beautification mural project. The concrete slab runs from Delancey Street to South Street; an 840-foot stretch with roughly 1,980 square-feet of canvas to […]

Redlining the LES: How Discriminatory Lending Policies Solidified Pre-Existing Inequalities

The following was written by Anna Sargeantson. All photos courtesy of Anna Sargeantson, except where otherwise noted. Home to dimly lit restaurants and bars frequented by NYU students and young professionals, the Lower East Side remains in many ways the epitome of New York City’s youthful heart. Under the surface, though, the neighborhood has historically […]

Ed Higgins Gets ‘Mail Art’ Retrospective at Van Der Plas Gallery on Orchard Street

Fresh off featuring his art in Ludlow Coffee Supply, the Van Der Plas Gallery of Orchard Street is now dedicating a full artist retrospective to the late Ed Higgins. Higgins, known as a pillar of the “Rivington School” movement in the 1980s Lower East Side, and for his unique “Mail Art,” died last December at […]