What Spots May Inspire You to Get Down and Get Sexy

In the Car

Erotic novelist Sabrina Lacey told WH that cars are one of her favorite public places to have sex. She recommends pulling off to the side of a not-so-busy road, pushing back the seats (or hopping into the backseat) and steaming up those windows. Another option: Both of you can get in the driver’s seat, slide it back, and straddle him while he grabs the steering wheel for extra leverage. Anyone else just get a flashback of Kate and Leo in Titanic? (Just watch out for these car sex mishaps.)

On the Beach

Beach sex is just inherently romantic, says Morse, which can help women really get in the mood. “Women sometimes need the right atmosphere.” That said, it’s probably best to lay a towel down on the sand to prevent it from getting into tricky areas. And stick to getting busy on land, since salt water can really dry out the skin in your nether regions.

On a Plane

Don’t worry, we’re not advocating anything that an air marshal would arrest you for doing. Joining the mile high club just got a little easier. A new company located in Las Vegas called Love Cloud offers couples the chance to do the no-pants dance while flying in a private plane above the Las Vegas strip, the Hoover Dam, and Lake Meade. The plane is tricked out with a cushy red bed and heart-shaped pillows. Maybe it’s a little cheesy, but it sure beats those tiny (and germy) airplane bathrooms. The 40-minute trip will cost you about $799.

While out of the box locations are definitely a great way to spice things up and create some awesome memories, it’s important to draw the line anywhere you could get hurt, get caught, or put yourself in danger, says Morse. Another thing to avoid before getting busy someplace random: alcohol. “Try not to do it after drinking, because you put yourself more at risk of getting injured or caught,” she says.


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What Spots May Inspire You to Get Down and Get Sexy

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