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  • It was eventually renamed the Schvitz, after the Yiddish word for "sweat."

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  • There is no sex for sale, as a TV station found out in a fruitless undercover investigation a few years back, and the Schvitz itself does nothing to promote or facilitate these parties.

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  • DAYS LATER, the halls and rooms of the Schvitz are roamed by older naked men, joined by a growing contingent of younger Russians thrilled to find a steam room like those back home.

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  • This article makes the Schvitz some seedy and dirty which it is not.

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  • For these guys, the Schvitz will always be about the steam room and the camaraderie.

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  • The Schvitz also has massage tables, a dining area, hot tubs and a movie room with a projector and screen.

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  • "They started using bath houses because they didn't have personal showers," says Daniel Vayse, who manages the Schvitz.

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  • It's Saturday night at the Schvitz in Detroit, and this is couples 'night, which really means swingers night, when men and women come to have public sex and sometimes swap partners with others as strangers watch the action.

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  • A good sweat, as in a sauna. "I had a great schvitz in the sauna"

    September 22, 2009