Swurve.com Offers Lifetime Membership to Singer Sinéad O'Connor
TAMPA BAY, Fla. — Personals community Swurve.com is offering singer Sinéad O’Connor a lifetime membership to its website.
The company said In the wake of O’Connor’s widely publicized blog and twitter postings detailing the recording artist’s difficulty finding acceptable sex partners, Swurve president and founder Michelle Giallo is offering the artist free admission “to ease her woes and satisfy her cravings.”
In a blog entry originally published on sineadoconnor.com, the artist espouses the frustration of a woman in her sexual prime whose personal quest for satisfaction is inhibited by her fame and career.
“Needless to say what I do for a living makes it hard for me to find men that only want me cuz they like my (legendary) arse. Yet I am in the peak of my sexual prime and way too lovely to be living like a nun. and it's very depressing,” O’Connor writes.
The online hookup site which claims to provide a casual, judgment free environment where women can openly explore a less committal variety of relationship options feels its community is a perfect fit to meet the distressed songstress’s needs.
“There are many women that can identify with Sinead’s situation, women who are hitting their sexual peak but due to career or status have found difficulty satiating their needs. That’s where our service steps in,” said Giallo.
She added, "Meeting the needs of sexually active women has always been core to our vision. Our goal for Swurve has been to create a community where women could comfortably explore and embrace their sexuality in an environment that is not abrasive or vulgar to feminine sensibilities.”
Giallo also noted that the website provides the anonymity someone in O'Connor's position could enjoy, allowing her to easily connect with others, screen potential partners and build relationships while removing the obstacle of her fame and notoriety from the equation.
Swurve said the offer has been extended through the artist’s representative but would not comment on whether it has been accepted as it feels doing so would compromise their commitment to member confidentiality.