A four-day orgy extravaganza in the Las Vegas area that promises kinky consumers “unlimited sex without a condom.”
‘Sex Island’ is scheduled to take place at an unnamed site outside of Sin City, with tickets costing a stunning $US4500 per person.
There are just 50 tickets available for the X-rated adventure, which is being organized by the Good Girls Company. For the event, the enterprise has employed 100 sex workers so that each visitor would have access to “two girls each day,” according to a story in the New York Post.
“All of our girls are tested and free of any sexual diseases,” the Sex Island site proclaims. “At any moment you can switch girls with the other 50 guests.” On-site HIV and STI testing is also available so that guests can feel confident about their sexual safety before getting down and dirty.
The four-day holiday, according to the organizers, is “drug-friendly,” and it includes activities such as horseback riding, a hologram concert, and casino tours.
Meanwhile, the 50 lucky ticket holders will be able to experience a “sensual” helicopter flight as part of their prize package. However, some skeptics believe that the incident seems to be too fantastic to be true.
According to the website Scam Detector, complaints have been filed by multiple participants who claimed to have paid in full for a previous Sex Island event only to have the event cancelled by the organizers the day before the start. However, the website also included an interview with the head of customer service for the Good Girls Company, who insisted that the trip was authentic.
To ensure that clients aren’t taken advantage of in a manner they weren’t anticipating, the Post has reached out to the Good Girls Company for comment on the legitimacy of this year’s event.
During the same time period, a bawdy promotional film depicts bikini-clad ladies cavorting with males in a hot tub, a helicopter, and while riding horses. The firm, on the other hand, claims that the ladies shown in the racy clip “are not escorts and will not participate in Sex Island events.”
Originally, it was intended for Sex Island to be an annual event. It originally appeared on the scene in 2017 and soon gained notoriety when organizers attempted to conduct the racy holiday in Colombia, only to be rebuffed by authorities in the country.
After falling through in Colombia, the site of the four-day orgy was finally relocated to a Caribbean island that was considered “drug-friendly.” It was held once more in 2018 before being supposedly postponed for a number of years after that.
After purchasing a ticket to the 2017 event, a New Yorker came forward the following year and spilled dirty details about his vacation experience. “There were 30 of us [ticket holders] altogether, all men except for one couple,” the 33-year-old dentist named Ryan said. “Most were professional guys, doctors, lawyers, aged between 25 and 50. Half of them were married.”
“There were some nerds from Silicon Valley who had never done this kind of thing before and were nervous at the beginning,” Ryan continued. “There were also two big pop stars from Canada. I immediately recognized one of them, he’s very famous and it quite took me back.”
He explained that the mischief began shortly after the vacation began because “each man had to choose the two girls who would keep them company during the entire trip”. The dentist is married, but he did not inform his wife about the four-day orgy.
“Just 15 minutes into the trip I was already on a bed with them,” Ryan said. “Some of them [the guests] didn’t sleep for the whole four days, they just stayed awake night and day to make the most of their two girls. If you got tired of the same girl, you could do a deal with another guest and do a swap.” He continued.
Ryan said that drugs were readily accessible at all times, stating that “pills, poppers, and cocaine” were among the options.
“All In,” according to the New Yorker, was a one-of-a-kind event in which each visitor had the opportunity to sleep with 15 different ladies all at the same time. “It was the craziest thing I’ve ever done in my life,” he enthused. “I never wanted that hour to end.”
According to an interview with the Post back in 2018, Good Girls Company’s director of PR – known only as Tony – said that Sex Island was the idea of five hard-partying buddies between the ages of 30 and 40 years old.
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