Swingers and soccer kids not mix well!  

redmustang91 57M  
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1/3/2006 2:10 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Swingers and soccer kids not mix well!

Orlando Fl. hotel had a combustible mix of swingers and under 13 soccer kids and their parents. I think the kids alone would have handled it ok as kids are pretty sophisticated! The parents don't know how to deal with such sexuality! I would have just laughed and said something for you to look forward to when you are older! Chill out suburbanites! The swingers won't eat you...

Parents Fume: Kids, Swingers at Same Hotel
January 03, 2006 2:46 PM EST
ORLANDO, Fla. - Some teenage soccer players and their parents saw more sights than they wanted when they stayed at a hotel where about 200 swingers were having a New Year's party.

Paul Camporini brought his wife, seventh-grade daughter and eighth-grade son from Safety Harbor and said he had to "delicately explain to my Catholic school children that swingers change partners during the evening."

"My biggest gripe is that the hotel had two distinctly different groups under the same roof," said Camporini, 49. "A soccer team and middle-aged swingers should not have been booked together."

The families said the sexually adventurous partygoers sometimes flashed breasts and bare buttocks in front of the children as they sashayed through the hotel atrium. The parents described the dress at the Crowne Plaza Hotel-Airport in Orlando as "raunchy, despicable and worse than prostitutes."

"We thought we were coming to Orlando, not the Las Vegas Strip," said Mark Gilbert, the father of a boy who plays on the Clearwater Chargers, a group of 13-and-under players from Florida.

The teams booked the $92-a-night rooms for Disney's Soccer Showcase, and said hotel management did not tell them about the swingers' party or try to keep the partygoers away from the children.

Hotel managers did not immediately respond to a call seeking comment Tuesday. All of the swingers had checked out of the hotel by late Sunday.

"We're not prudes by any means," said Rob Young of Greenville, S.C., who said his two daughters, Leah, 13 and Lauren, 11, asked questions he struggled to answer. "We would have liked to have been informed when we checked into the hotel so we could have made other arrangements.

"The kids could see through the glass atrium into the ballroom where naked people were dancing. There were exposed breasts, thongs and see-through dresses on women who were not wearing any underwear."

Young said he complained to hotel management and to John Hollis, an off-duty Orlando police officer hired by the hotel for a New Year's Eve security detail. He said neither did anything to help. Lt. John Mina, a watch commander for the Orlando Police Department, said Hollis didn't witness anything illegal.

tillerbabe 55F

1/4/2006 2:02 am

I was a goalie when I played..."Play" Let's see.."swinging".."playing"..."playing'/"swinging".....i'm confused!

redmustang91 57M  
8604 posts
1/4/2006 2:50 pm

The swing party was a semi public and semi private place. Just a shame to mix minors with the swingers in the same hotel. Most 13 year old kids know sexy behavior is going on, but they are not used to seeing it with their parents around to be embarassed by it! By age 13 I had a subscription to Playboy magazine and was reading a few articles in addition to viewing the pics! Many Parents have trouble accepting their kids' sexuality and many kids have trouble accepting their parents' sexuality. I am lucky my parents were not too uptight, and I encourage our son to feel sex is a healthy thing, even if he is too uptight to talk about it! I said he should find a girl he likes and enjoy life with a companion. And he has. If he was gay that would be ok too, but he is straight.

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