Watchersweb Clubhouse is an international online community site so our members are from all over the world.With our advanced search features you can find other like minded singles, couples or groups within your area. For an estimated two per cent of the population, that classic one-liner has an automatic -- and quite serious -- retort: "OK, as long as you take mine." In the 1950s, the media dubbed it "wife-swapping." Today, it's known by the less male-centric term "swinging." Or just "the lifestyle."Regardless of the name, this free-love, mate-sharing lifestyle -- which Penthouse magazine once described as "the primary indoor sport of suburbia" -- definitely did not fall out of fashion after Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice crawled into bed together on the big screen in 1969.And some say it's just now coming out of the closet."It's huge," says Kevin, a Winnipeg swinger and entrepreneur who's planning to open Ooh Zone, a private "adult-lifestyle nightclub" in the city next winter."I think there's a whole younger generation that's more sexually free-spirited.Their market research, they say, suggests their "adult playground" should be able to attract a membership of 500 people in the first two to three years.
Plus, it's easy to create a profile, upload photos, or record video introductions.There are currently at least two web-based swingers clubs in Winnipeg. Setup and customize your own profile so other Watchersweb submitters and users can find you."It's a private meet-and-greet club, not a sex club," Kevin says.(The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 2005 that sexual activity between consenting adults in private clubs is legal, but Manitoba's liquor laws are another matter.) Single women will be welcome, but single men will have limited access.