Yishai goes to strtp clubs and swingers parties and hires escorts. After years of this behavior he tells his wife, Michal. And then he gets Michal to join him at the clubs and the parties. Now Michal – who has fallen in love with the lifestyle – wants to become openly secular. But her husband wants to remain haredi. And, yes, they have children.
MyNet, a Hebrew language Ynet site, has the story of two haredi swingers who change into secular clothes, sneak off to Tel Aviv, and indulge in wild sex.
Here are some excerpts. (The translation is a bit rough.)
"I do not want to live as a secular person," he says. "As someone who was exposed to both worlds, I prefer the ultra-Orthodox world. There is less evil and less jealousy and competition. I am a learned man, and like the depth of spirituality and religion. The secular world is very materialistic. It does not suit me. "
But how can you stay in an Orthodox way? It's not hypocrisy?
"This is a problem I always had, and I do what I do, this does not mean I am a sinner in other things.…”
"The kids are very attached to the ultra-Orthodox world," explains Yishai. "They're good kids, nerds like that. I do not want to expose them to the secular world."…
"You go to this party and tell you: 'What a beautiful lady of yours, why do you bring her here, anyway? She is a diamond, keep her good," says Yishai. "You learn to see her again and appreciate her.…It strengthened our relationship very much."
The couple now examines the way for the future. “It is a problem that Yishai wants to remain orthodox, and I want to make a change," explains Michal. "I do not know how he can live like that. I believe that the vast majority of men who do it have a moral problem combining the two."
[Hat Tip: Chaim Slomiuc.]