Keep your clothes on, for crying out loud. Tracy Mabb is accused of exposing her genital areas to motorists driving past a Pompano Beach, Fla. intersection on Tuesday.
Even if you have yet to do it in a public place, you've probably thought about it. Go ahead, admit it. There's no shame in trying to spice up your sex life with the threat of getting caught. There's a primal urge in all of us to do something that's both scary and mildly exciting. And the thought of being caught with your pants down is definitely a bit of both.
Anyone who has seen one of those dead bodies exhibits knows two things: 1) It's pretty cool and 2) it's pretty weird. Granted, it's resin and epoxy (so called plastination) but there's something vaguely creepy about up seemingly ambulatory corpses performing everyday tasks sans skin. And, it's come to my attention that the masterminds behind the operation known as Body Worlds are Germans. At this point anything goes. And things are about to get a whole lot weirder as Gunther von Hagens and wife Angelina Whalley are expanding the exhibition into more risqué territory: copulation.
For some people, PDA (Public Displays Of Affection) is a scourge that must be wiped from the Earth. For others, anything goes. For most of us, a little bit of affection is fine. Here are the commandments to make sure your public kissing doesn't turn into exhibitionism.
Certain words I dread ("We need to schedule two more dental appointments") while others I would kill to hear ("Ann Coulter's physician confirms sex-change operation"). And then there are statements that defy imagination, such as; "My husband gave me the greatest birthday present last night—a public flogging." I actually overheard one of my exotic dance students say these exact words last week. Now, I'm not exactly unfamiliar with the BDSM scene.
Poll: Exhibitionism - Hot Or Not?: Hot. Public sex is great! Not! I'll stick to my bedroom, thanks.