ran an otherwise unremarkable piece entitled “The Girl Partisan of Chartres.” It was a two-column vignette by Jack Belden, one of the most celebrated foreign correspondents of his day, on a “pretty 17-year-old” called Nicole who “killed a Boche” on the night of Bastille Day earlier that summer.
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Those who hope to gain access must be aged between 18 and 45 and must either be a single girl or part of a couple.
Applications are made via the Killing Kittens website and must be accompanied by a photograph.
The parties cost between £120 and £150 for a couple, or £50 for a single girl.
As the camera clicks and flashes, the 34-year-old sex-party entrepreneur suddenly remembers her one demand.
‘I don’t want to see the word “swinging” anywhere in the article,’ she announces.
‘ “Orgies” is fine.’Seven years ago, Emma founded Killing Kittens, a company dedicated to helping women explore their fantasies.
Ever since, in stately homes and luxury penthouses, she has hosted hundreds of exclusive sex parties for society’s most beautiful people. Emma hosts two parties a month for the ‘sexual elite’ at secret, upmarket locations, which include a discreet boutique hotel in Surrey, country estates in Berkshire and West Sussex, and luxury penthouses in London and LA.
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Emma Sayle may arrive in what looks suspiciously like sleepwear, suffering from the after-effects of an all-day wine tasting – but she can go from slouch to sex kitten in 60 seconds.
From her cavernous bag, Emma whips out a little blue dress by a chic Parisian designer.
She smoothes her hair, moistens her lips, hoists her never-ending legs up on to the sofa – and all but purrs.