Hetero Suburban Sex Club In Texas

Jim Burroway

December 7th, 2007

Here’s more evidence of the heterosexual menace that’s sweeping the nation:

The most popular address on Cedar Ridge Drive is Jim Trulock’s split-level home, which has a group sex room and attracts as many as 100 people to swinger parties featuring “Naked Twister” nights.

The Trulocks have been transforming their home on a quiet Duncanville, Texas street into “The Cherry Pit” every Friday and Saturday evening, and local officials fear that it may be placing a stain on the city just south of the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. Duncanville bills itself as “The Perfect Blend of Family, Community and Business.”

Duncanville officials are moving to ban sexually-oriented businesses inside the city limits, but the Trulocks plan to sue, saying their parties are private parties and not a business. And what a party it is:

“They have the largest hot tub in Dallas … a dance floor complete with stripper pole, a torture room … a group room with a giant frame with 6 full mattresses … and a semi-private room with three mattresses.”

Now I know Peter LaBarbera has been very keen to bust some of these parties wide open, now that he’s earned himself an appearance on Fox News showing his home movies of the Folsum Street Fair. Maybe he’d like to pack his camera and head down to Duncanville before the parties end. I happen to know for a fact that flights between Chicago and D/FW are cheap and frequent. If he can’t make the flight, then he might just head over to Club Meet4more in Chicago.

Oh, but it’s mostly heterosexuals. I guess he won’t be interested.

Steve - Geneva, IL

December 7th, 2007

This is exactly why I believe that heterosexuals should not be allowed to marry. Because of this, I believe I should be able to fire any heterosexual employees I have without fear of legal recourse. I also believe that the children of heterosexuals should not be entitled to the same protections and tax benefits that other children are entitled to. Obviously all heterosexuals are deviant menaces to society and we should make it the highest priority to oppose anything that might possibly benefit them and their children.

Willie Hewes

December 8th, 2007

What, you mean to say that hets are kinky too? No way! Whoda thunk huh?

You’re right, Pete should bust this wide open. Private play parties in the suburbs? There ought to be a law!


December 8th, 2007

This is just another example why those who suffer from OSA (opposite sex attraction) should get the help they need to leave this decadent lifestyle.

I mean most of the HIV infections in the world are through heterosexual sex, not to mention the fact that they have so many children out of wedlock. They shouldn’t even be allowed to have children, they certainly aren’t responsible enough to take proper care of them.

Now, more than ever, we need an amendment to protect marriage from heterosexuals, they clearly don’t understand what it’s for and will only hurt the institution.

(sarcasm intended)

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