Skirt Club is for curious women who have had enough of trying to narrowly define their sexuality, what they like, or who they want to sleep with. This is for women who demand satisfaction. Skirt Club was founded in by Genevieve LeJeune. So she did what anyone would do. In terms of why the power dynamic clearly sat with them men and why they claim the boardroom and the bedroom and why was there so much emphasis on what he wanted and why as women were we so eager to please? So from that realisation, Skirt Club was born.
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Rewind to Sex and the City had just come out, Ann Summers spiced up the high street and the press were talking about a female sexual revolution. Emma Sayle was working in PR at the time, working on some erotica exhibitions when she noticed they were run by men for men. So, she set out the mission to create a safe space in which women could explore their sexuality without being judged or putting themselves at risk, and her brand Killing Kittens was born. Now, Killing Kitten hosts successful female-first sex parties all over the UK, reaching as far as the US and Australia with more than , members.
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In a closet across from the tub, a woman is using a vibrator and moaning loudly. The rest of the master suite is crowded with limbs and faces buried between legs. The air smells like sex, but sweeter—perfume, plus sweat, minus men—and marijuana. This is Skirt Club , a members-only society of nearly 11, women around the world, most of whom are in committed hetero relationships and identify as bi-curious or bisexual.
Sex clubs. Pretty straight forward, right? A place for people who want to have sex openly, exploring their own sexual boundaries in a safe space. In theory, yes.