Sex club in Tennessee calls itself “Church” and gets into trouble

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Sex club in Tennessee calls itself "Church" and gets into trouble

According to the NY Post, undercover couple Christine Gibson and Bill Earles paid $40 to gain access into the club’s secret sex chamber.

Not what it claimed to be

Once inside they made their way through 12 rooms with either a bed or a lounge chair where couples and groups were having sex while others watched. They said there was also a section of the property that was labelled as the “choir room” that was used for sex. Conclusion of the undercover couple was that the property was absolutely not being used as a church, despite  what the owners said and promised when they leased the property and started the club at its current location. Nashville officials filed a complaint on May 11.

Sex laws differe around the U.S.

Although sex clubs are legal and can operate in club houses or a business premise so long as they are marked as being for industrial usage; the city says the club should be shut down for “permitting acts of lewd behavior and because it violates state law, which prohibits operation of a club within 1,000 feet of a school or a church.” And that is illegal in Tennessee. There are more weird sex laws in the U.S.! Read more about going to a club. More articles and new friends at SDC

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