Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I'm not sure people know how incredibly wide-spread "gay cruising areas" are, where gays go to have sex in public, which is often parks. This is the most elaborate website I could find via Googe with a quick search, but search Google using different combinations of relevant words and you'll find many sites that are guides to places where gays meet up to have sex in public. Go ahead, search for gay crusing areas in your city.
A Sex Stop on the Way Home
Gay Cruising Prague Outdoor takes place mostly at Park Letna
Barcelona is full of hot guys looking to have fun! Montjuic, a beautiful park filled with beautiful men. Popular throughout the day. Club Trash is part of a growing trend for Sex Clubs in Barcelona with regular parties, events and large playrooms! Montjuic Park is popular both day and night. Here you will find some hot guys cruising the parks. Many will spend an afternoon simply lazing around until they find a guy that catches their eye.
Plans to clear undergrowth from gay sex spot branded discriminatory
At night, groups of people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and intersex LGBTI community gather in meeting spots like this one in the El Vedado neighbourhood in Havana, Cuba. Others go to cruising spots for quick anonymous sex. Later they climb uphill to have sex with other men in the thick forest. But women represent a growing proportion: 21 percent today, up from
Cruising for sex , or cruising , is walking or driving about a locality in search of a sex partner , usually of the anonymous , casual , one-time variety. According to historian and author Tim Blanning , the term cruising originates from the Dutch equivalent kruisen. In a specifically sexual context, the term "cruising" originally emerged as an argot "code word" in gay slang , by which those "in the know" would understand the speaker's unstated sexual intent, whereas most heterosexuals , on hearing the same word in the same context, would normally misread the speaker's intended meaning in the word's more common nonsexual sense. This served and in some contexts, still serves as a protective sociolinguistic mechanism for gay men to recognize each other, and avoid being recognized by those who may wish to do them harm in broader societies noted for their homophobia.