A house in a Colorado town is being used for wild sex parties for baby boomers, much to the dismay of locals, The New York Post reported Tuesday.
A 7,500-square-foot-house known as “Thunderstorm Play Palace” in Castle Rock, a suburban Colorado town about 20 miles from Denver, is the location for the sex parties, and is causing disturbances for frustrated neighbors.
The house has a “large open playroom” and “four large areas for mingling,” according to Newsweek. The attendees are required to bring their own condoms and give a donation of $70 for couples and single men, but only $20 for women arriving stag to the invite-only events. One event had 400 people on the invite list. Of the invitees, 87 people sent a “yes” RSVP.
Frustrated neighbors claimed that they heard “disturbing sounds” as well as trouble finding parking spots in their fancy neighborhood, according to Fox31.
“Some of them are so old that they struggled walking up the stairs,” one neighbor told Fox31.
The party organizer said that he received harassment from his neighbors. He claimed that he installed sound-proof walls so that children cannot hear what is going on. However, one neighbor said, “You can hear people doing what they’re doing.”
Party attendees argue that the events are consensual and that they are doing nothing wrong. “Do you get to see naked people and do you get to have live porn around you? Yes. And is there like sexy people? It’s awesome,” Jen Malmon told Fox31. The guest claimed that several thousand people are a part of this “lifestyle community” in the Denver area.
Sexually transmitted diseases for baby boomers has increased dramatically. A 2012 study by the Health and Social Care Information Centre taken over the span of five years showed that genital herpes increased by 50 percent for men over the age of 65, the Economist reported.
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