Seventy percent of both women and men fantasize about it. Some are turned on by the risk of getting caught; others simply want the novelty of taking the bedroom show on the road. You may want a springtime romp in a field of flowers or a quickie in a bar bathroom, but in the end, sex in public—like real estate—is all about one thing: location location location.
"When I was 23 my boyfriend and I were at a concert at a small club," said Michelle*, 37. "I was wearing a babydoll dress and dancing in front of him, not wearing any underwear. Three or four beers in, we moved back into a corner. Just when we thought things were going very well, some girl screams, 'Oh my God! Is that a dick?!' The mood was over. He grabbed me by the arm and we got out of there. My advice is to do it where people really can't see you, or really don't care."
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"It's against the law if it offends someone or someone can see it, so it's a fine line," says Andrew, an Indiana police officer. "They could be arrested, but usually we just tell them to find a better place to do it."
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