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The case exposed the seedy underworld of bestiality and the people who take part in the extreme activity. The forums where zoo parties — human and animal orgies — are discussed are full of threads with advice for those arranging events for the first time. Perversely, looking out for one another appears to be a common theme amongst those arranging parties where they watch each other have sex with animals. The rules are important for a number of reasons, not least because the activities taking place at the parties are highly illegal, at least in the UK. He gets a number of responses including from one amateur photographer who offers to document the proceedings. But the desire for secrecy means the contents of the sex parties are rarely discussed in detail. Many spell out their fantasies in stories they claim to be pure fiction but occasionally someone shares their experiences.
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Swinging in the Suburbs Forget what you've heard about wife swapping, orgiastic sex parties and free love. These modern-day swingers-- who relish their discreet and lively Silicon Valley sexual lifestyle-- are close-knit, coupled and conservative. By Annalee Newitz In a revealing evening gown, her exposed skin dusted with glitter, Patti is the living embodiment of the sexy older woman. Slightly giggly, she stands next to the bandstand in the ballroom at Oakland's notorious Edgewater West Motel. Usually a seedy sex club, tonight the Edgewater is festively decorated with balloons, streamers and bowls of candy; the rooms and gymnasium-style ballroom are mostly occupied by members of Bay City Socials, the couples-only social club that Patti runs with her husband, Harry.
And everyone just yawned. She first came here in with a now ex-husband who wanted freedom from a life of Pentecostal shackles. He left, she stayed, and she now lives at the resort half the year in a trailer with an expansive deck that overlooks a shaded valley in the woods.