These Silver Mmn were dedicated: Swingers mn the club celebrated its third anniversary swingers mnabout 90 couples showed up with the outdoor temperature close to degrees Fahrenheit. Silver Chain members believed that their tight group placed them at the vanguard of people seeking connection at the dawning of a new age of sexual freedom, when recognizing swingers mn giving in to personal fantasies could lead to less distrust and frustration in marriage.
And Swingers mn Chain surveys, though unscientific, supported the belief that swinging was good for marriage. In one, with a majority of the members describing themselves as married with kids, a strong majority of both men and women members said swinging boosted their marriages.
Not that Silver Chain members were in it just for the kink. One local swingers mn, in an interview swingers mn the Star Tribune, somewhat unsexily compared swinging to being swingeers Mason. The last club newsletter in the file comes fromannouncing a summer of activities including picnics, camping, and softball.
And then: I could track down only one of them, a former club officer. Disabled by illness, swingers mn has difficulty speaking, according to a family member.
Though swinfers and the others concealed their second lives well, they bravely challenged cultural norms to express themselves and enjoy a passion that, if it ever came out, could have wrecked their lives. On top swingers mn that, two mysterious members recorded what they were doing, swingers mn it, celebrated it.
swingers mn And who knows what other secrets still survive as coiled chains in dusty jewelry boxes? This is Minnesota, after all.
Bob Collins was with Minnesota Public Radio from Regional history. Bob Collins September 5, What happened? Paul Tosto.
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