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Friday, July 10, 2009

Where Do You Have Sex Outdoors?

Posted By on Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 11:59 AM

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Our fellow Village Voice Media compatriot, Nadia Pflaum, over at The Pitch in Kansas City took it upon herself to compile a list of places that people like to have sex in the great outdoors in cities where we hawk papers. Naturally, this list would be incomplete without taking into account the fact that San Franciscans prefer to do everything outdoors as naked as possible. In fact, simply indulging in some run of the mill sex in the woods seems quaint in a city where we routinely rope off city blocks so people can indulge in Pony Play and felate one other on rubber beds in front of tourists. A quickie on a park bench? Adorable! Carry on, you imps!

Anyway, here's what Nadia was able to extract from the crack researchers at the SF Weekly offices. And by "crack researchers" I mean our Online News Editor, Joe Eskenazi, and no, we do not want to know how he came by this information. [Ed. He got it from his extraordinarily helpful and knowledgeable colleagues.]: 

Our left coast friends at SF Weekly say that the No. 1 locale for [gay] cruisers there is east of Park Chalet, near the Golden Gate Park windmills, where the park meets the sea. "Bushes and backseats are occupied," we hear. Other San Francisco spots: Buena Vista Park in the Upper Haight (don't forget to take your picture at Haight and Ashbury!), the horseshoe pits on Fulton Street in Golden Gate Park (but it's a little low-rent, FYI), and a cliff-side trail between the Palace of the Legion of Honor Museum, the Holocaust Memorial and Land's End. Ah, San Francisco.


pits? Ouch. Show some class, people. Sheesh. Anyway, there you have

it. Did we miss anyplace? Feel free to leave your tips on where to get in flagrante delicto in the foliage in the comments if your're so inclined (or reclined, as the case may be.)

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