Zoning Laws Blocking Your Swinger's Club? Say It's A Church
Imagine you want to open a swinger's club with a dungeon and a playroom and, we're presuming, an extremely dedicated janitorial staff. Well, first you need real estate, and that's what the group Freedom for All thought they had when they purchased the building next to a Christian school in Nashville.
In a stunning twist, the community at large did not enjoy the idea of a f**k enthusiast club next to a Jesus-y school, and the city changed the zoning laws to deny the business the right to be there. So Freedom For All said they were going to open a church instead, and bafflingly, they were approved this time. Most people might be suspicious of someone who says they want to open a sex club, only to immediately make a 180 and decide they want a church, but Nashville citizens are apparently a trusting lot.
To qualify as a church, you have to demonstrate that people go there to worship, so when code inspectors showed up and saw that the choir room featured restraint chairs, and other rooms had holes in walls so people could spy on the sexy (yet pious) goings-on, it raised some questions. The inspectors did apparently snap a number of pictures of people having sex, and even some video, but that's not very impressive evidence. If you go to Pornhub right now and search for "ass worshiping," you're going to find a lot of videos. I think it's one of the world's fastest-growing faiths.