Business restrictions aren't any sexier for swingers clubs in a pandemic
For groups that rely on human touch as part of their business, COVID-19 hits particularly hard
Clubs of all types have, for the most part, shut down due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Sports clubs, dance clubs, seniors' clubs and "lifestyle" clubs are all waiting to welcome back members and get back to businesses.
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You may not be familiar with the term lifestyle clubs — but you probably know them by their more colloquial name: "swingers" clubs.
They are struggling, like so many others, with a common pandemic predicament: how to stay afloat when you can't meet face-to-face.
As our producer Anis Heydari finds out, membership fees are filling the gap until more traditional play can resume.