8 ways ‘Neighbors With Benefits’ makes swinging sound like it’s a cult

Mar 23, 2015
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A&E has a new original real-life show about swinging — which is when two partners in a committed relationship engage in sexual activities with others — and based on its premiere, the swingers might actually be cult members.  8 ways 'Neighbors With Benefits' makes swinging sound like it's a cult

Neighbors With Benefits features a group of residents, some of whom are swingers and some of whom want no part in the action, of an unnamed suburban community in Ohio. The show follows a handful of these couples as they explore their sexualities and have a little fun with the people they probably borrow a cup of sugar from every now and then. 

However, it’s soon clear that the swinging lifestyle — or just “The Lifestyle,” as it’s commonly referred to within the show — featured on the series has a few major things in common with a cult. And that connection isn’t too much of a jump considering one of the main swingers, Tony, is flat-out asked if he’s a cult leader within the first 10 minutes of the premiere.

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Voltaire
Voltaire
5 years ago

Wow… What an absolutely ridiculous article. I’ve never seen the show, but the “8 similarities” Zap2it describes as being cult like are ludicrous…

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