richmondpapaw wrote:...it looks like 100% family clubs are a thing of the past.
MoNatureMan wrote:It seems like many clubs operate out of fear of perceived discrimination. Under our current political system a lawsuit from any excluded group could put you out of business. Pardon my political statement, but if the courts in the US would stop creating laws and follow their job description given them by the Constitution, many of the worries of 'can't discriminate' against any group would go away. Then businesses can run the business.
Each resort could make their determination of clients, without fear.
If swingers want their own resort and there is a real need, someone would start one. (Example = There was an adult only resort in either MO or IL. Don't know if still there or not.)
MoNatureMan wrote:True, but the protected groups were not protected until somebody wanted to push, ''being discriminated against',got a lawyer, and a favorable judge. It is sad to say, but that is how many 'protected groups' got to where they are.
After the pitchin there was a dance where some of the couples were getting carried away with some of their dance moves and one got the feeling that they were there for more than the sun.
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