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- Vienna museum hosts swingers club to expose sexual inhibitions
- I Went to a Swingers Club with My Girlfriend
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I Went to a Swingers Club with My Girlfriend
In the name of art, an Austrian landmark is encouraging visitors to confront their sexual inhibitions by having them walk through a swingers club to reach one of Gustav Klimt's masterpieces. - Find out more about the places to go at night to have drinks with friends, sweat heavily while dancing to great music, encounter strangers and a high chance to lose your pants in.
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The couple bought the Inn in but there are rumours that the Inn is a brothel and they are swingers! The bedroom has a locked closet that is for Lisa as she has no room for clothes in her own bedroom. The Scallops were cut up, rancid and terrible, the sauerkraut is dated and the Mushroom crepes are a mess but the edible flower is delicious.
During the day visitors to the Secession contemporary art museum walk among the mattresses and erotic paraphernalia of the "Element6" sex club to view masterpieces by Klimt, who once scandalised Edwardian Europe with his sexually explicit art. A spokesman for the sex club said it was participating in the exhibition "to give as many people as possible the opportunity to overcome their inhibitions". The sex club was invited into the museum as part of a project by Christoph Buechel, a Swiss artist. While sex acts are not allowed during day, gallery visitors wander among the club's king-size beds, erotic pictures, bar and whirlpool baths to view the art. The museum is hoping to reignite the original controversy that surrounded Klimt's "Beethoven Frieze", the centre of the new exhibition.