As reported by Radar Online, the author of A Brief History of Time (which stayed on the British Sunday Times best-seller list for a record-breaking 237 weeks) who suffers from a debilitating condition related to Lou Gehrig's Disease, has become a regular visitor of Freedom Acres, a swingers club in Devore, California.
According to a source who has been a member of Freedom Acres swingers club for nearly half a decade, Hawking, 70, shows up to the club with a bevy of nurses and assistants and has naked woman grind on him.I lived a polyamorous lifestyle for something like 20 years, and I've never attended a sex club. I have never even played in a public dungeon. My own home was the venue for the majority of my own play, with some cars, parks, and campgrounds thrown in for good measure. With that said, I think it's wonderful that Hawking is going to a swinger's club. As a celebrity who knows that he's news wherever he goes, it takes a lot of courage for Hawking to frequent a place like Freedom Acres.
"I have seen Stephen Hawking at the club more than a handful of times," the source revealed.
"He arrives with an entourage of nurses and assistants. Last time I saw him he was in the back 'play area' laying on a bed fully clothed with two naked women gyrating all over him."
The source notes that Hawking, who is wheelchair-bound due to a long-time battle with Lou Gehrig's disease, has his staff stand nearby watching while he's with the women.
"I have spoken to him on several occasions and have even shared drinks with people in his group," the insider said.
Hawking's an absolutely brilliant scientist. Somewhere in my collection of books there is a copy of A Brief History of Time which I confess to not completely understanding. I suppose that speaks to the absolute brilliance of his work, as I actually have a strong affinity for natural sciences, and usually have no problems comprehending any scientific books targeted to wider public audiences.
Which in my own smart assed way leads me to wonder, if Stephen isn't researching a material for a new book that I believe could break the 250 week mark on the Sunday Times best-seller list - A Brief History of
Now that's a subject I could really sink my teeth into!