The concept of public sex is gaining popularity with young people across Australia, as the use of public facilities like parks and beaches increases.
The concept is based on the belief that it can provide more privacy and safety for everyone.
But what does it mean for you?
You’re about to learn about how it works in your own community.
What are public sex stations?
Public sex stations are places where you can have sex, usually in a public space.
What’s the difference between public sex and private sex?
Public sex is not a private arrangement but a consensual relationship.
Private sex is sexual activity that is between two or more people, usually with a partner.
When do you have to get permission to have sex?
When you are at a public sex station.
You’ll need to get your partner’s consent before having sex.
What can you do to prevent public sex?
Read morePublic sex is legal in some parts of NSW, but not in others.
People have to either get consent from their partner or be supervised by someone else.
You can also take your partner to a place like a park or a public toilet and give them a little hand job.
Is there any particular age group or sex preferences?
No, public sex isn’t aimed at teenagers.
The majority of people who have sex in public sex are older than 18.