Think the bedroom is the only place you can find sexual pleasure? Think again. Out of 1,000 Americans polled by Adam & Eve, 52% admitted to having sex in public. In another study, 500 Americans provided details on their favorite public sex locations. We’ve listed those places below along with some suggestions to improve the experience.
- Parks.18 percent of respondents said they’d done the deed in a park. (Parks are so popular in fact, that there’s a guide written for those of us in the Bay Area on the 50 locations to get it on in Golden Gate Park).
- Fitting Room (Go for the handicap fitting room).
- Empty Classroom (Try not to choose one with a peep window).
- Pool/Beach (or a lifeguard station for a less sandy and picturesque experience).
- Utility Closet (Make it a quickie to prevent claustrophobia).
- Movies (Obviously catch the matinee but if the only option is a rated G movie, instead join the 9 percent who’ve said they have done it in a public bathroom).
- Photo Booth (Capture the moment, literally).
Here are some not so public sex friendly places to definitely avoid:
- Cop Car (Unless you can swipe their handcuffs for foreplay).
- Court (Pleading the 5th may not be appropriate for defense).
- Church (If it’s still standing, throw some holy water on it while reciting the Hail Mary).
- Drive -Thru (A burger and fries may increase your risk of a heart attack during the act).
While it can be a thrill having sex in public places, you should be aware of the following risks should you decide to do it:
Avoid Risk 1: Breaking the law
In America, it’s a sexual faux-pas and completely illegal to have sex in public. (Or anywhere that’s not a bedroom, a sex club, swing or private club). What a buzz kill it would be to not only risk getting an STI but end up with handcuffs around your wrist on top of it. If you are looking to have public sex without worrying about getting arrested, travel to Amsterdam, Holland. The trick is, it must be at night, away from children, and you must clean up after yourself.
|It is perfectly OK for these couples to get naughty at night in
VondelPark (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Image by Toni Escuder cc
Whether you are in a relationship, casually dating, or having a one night stand, it’s perfectly natural to want to liven up your sexual encounters by experimenting with where you have sex. However, it’s important to keep in mind that if you’re going to be sexually adventurous that you could inadvertently be putting yourself at higher risk of contracting an STI/STD. If you’re not comfortable in your own room asking to use a condom (where there’s a higher chance a condom will actually be available) or even inquiring about your partner’s STI/STD status, then do you really think you’ll bring it up in a restaurant bathroom?
|Image by Paul Schrieber cc
I’m not saying you should not be sexually explorative, please, I encourage it. But, if you don’t use protection then you could end up with an STI/STD. So, keep a condom on hand.
What’s a public place you have explored having “safe” sex? (Yes, you can comment anonymously ;-)