Sandstone retreat, a safe haven for non-monogamy, swinging, and polyamory in the sixties comes under fire and must weather a storm of problems from all directions.
Author Marty Kay Zee
In the late 1960s and '70s, my then-spouse and I were a happily married young couple living in West Los Angeles. When we became involved with Sandstone Retreat we made several thousand new friends and, like they, became convinced that the universal acceptance of open but selective sexual sharing was going to change the world and much for the better. My conviction has not changed.
Sandstone Retreat, a haven of open sexuality in the swinging sixties, delivers a lesson about jealousy and what it means to be open.
In the late sixties, the Sandstone Retreat was a community of free love, polyamory, and swinging, here is a first glimpse
Marty Kay Zee begins to spin his tale about his experiences with swinging and changing views of open sexuality from the late sixties.