At the University of Tennessee on Saturday, another pair got frisky in the press box at Neyland Stadium. How’d they get busted? They posted a photo to Snapchat.
And in a far more disturbing incident, a couple was recorded doing it doggy style against an escalator in an unknown subway station. When a passerby interrupted them, the woman spun around, revealing that an infant had been strapped to her chest the entire time.
(“Is it a crime to have sex in front of a baby?” is one of the more upsetting things you can Google. Answer: It’s frowned upon.)
Let’s be clear: We don’t condone flagrant public sex. It could result in an indecency citation, awkward conversations with family members when they see you on TV, and in the case of the subway couple, a visit from Social Services.
However, experts say we are in the golden age of exhibitionism. Being seen is a major turn-on for some women because it makes them feel desired—which is paramount in female fantasies, says Ogi Ogas, Ph.D., a cognitive neuroscientist and the coauthor of A Billion Wicked Thoughts.
The good news: You can air your freaky laundry without being locked up. Just try to avoid these seven sex danger zones.