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Posted by: dynamite | 2010/06/29

open sex

What is the attraction for some people to have sex in places that are just damn dangerouse where they can be seen or in cars or parks or anyone watching them? Why is this a turn on for them?

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This is the case for some people who have a specific erotic attachment to this kind of risky sex. This may be exhibitionistic and could get you into trouble with the law and potentially scare and or upset innocent bystanders. Some people find the risk associated with such behaviour, be it overt or covert, enhances their arousal. This can be done safely and could be harmless. Beware of escalation, however, where more and more risk is required for the same amount of excitement, and also beware of where you might be inadvertently 'harming' others...

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Posted by: A man | 2010/06/29

It is very exciting for us doing it in risky places, have done it on the beachfront railing, on the beach, in a parking lot, in the car, in the mountains, the list goes on......

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Posted by: sean | 2010/06/29

At the race coures on july day,lots of people walking about and we just went for it,great sex knowing someone is watching.

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Posted by: Egg | 2010/06/29

we had sex once in a public swimming pool.

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2010/06/29

This is the case for some people who have a specific erotic attachment to this kind of risky sex. This may be exhibitionistic and could get you into trouble with the law and potentially scare and or upset innocent bystanders. Some people find the risk associated with such behaviour, be it overt or covert, enhances their arousal. This can be done safely and could be harmless. Beware of escalation, however, where more and more risk is required for the same amount of excitement, and also beware of where you might be inadvertently 'harming' others...

Claire - SASHA

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