Related To Bigotry: The Repression of Swingers in Early 21st Century Britain
Sociological Notes No. 28
ISSN 0267-7113 ISBN 1 85637 591 9
An occasional publication of the Libertarian Alliance,
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© 2003: Libertarian Alliance; Mark Roberts.
Mark Roberts lives and works in London and serves on the organising team of Feverparties.com, which holds highly acclaimed parties for young swingers. He can be contacted at [email protected].
The views expressed in this publication are those of its author, and not necessarily those of the Libertarian Alliance, its Committee,
Advisory Council or subscribers.
FOR LIFE, LIBERTY AND PROPERTY
Swinging is a safe, international, middle class and increasingly popular leisure choice for married and courting couples.
Yet contrary to its obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights, the United Kingdom effectively criminalises swingers in contrast to the high degree of tolerance it rightly extends to gay men for precisely the same activities. This provides the justification used by unethical elements in the press to harass swingers even in their own homes.
The British government promotes bigotry against swingers by funding an NGO that campaigns against swingers by pretending contrary to the scientific evidence that their lifestyle is detrimental to any couple's relationship.
The British government should recognise its responsibilities under the European Convention on Human Rights to respect the sexuality of swingers and stop discriminating against them.
It should cease to fund the NGO that campaigns against swingers and investigate whether it has breached its charitable status; and should legalise swingers' activities and lightly regulate their dedicated premises through Acts of Parliament.
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