Ten Rules of the Road for Car Sex
You all probably remember your first early, fumbling attempts at seduction and love making in the front or back seat of a car, don't you? I know I did. The beginning of my story "Taste Test: Lipstick and Wine" was a (mostly) true story of initial explorations in a car. Some years later I lost my virginity in the front seat of my Dad's Buick Skylark in the '70s. I hardly knew what was happening, but luckily my more experienced partner did. The cars in those days were built for sex -- wide bench seating instead of bucket seats. You really could have decent sex in the front seat. You could live in the back seat.
But fast forward a number of years (decades for me). You're now in the position that for some reason, sex in a car is considered a necessary accommodation. Maybe you've got a frisky spouse who enjoys reliving her (or his) early days, or just enjoys the risk of public sex. Maybe your spouse isn't so frisky, but your lover is. And maybe that's just the best place for a quickie, considering hectic work and home schedules.
So I offer a few rules of the road, as it were.
1. PARK THE CAR.
First rule of the road is don't do it while on the road. I know you read these hot stories about flashing, fingering or sucking while driving, and that's great fantasy, but in real life: park it. Sex while driving is dangerous (think dismemberment of an important member); illegal (think reckless, negligent, or at least distracted driving charges and the annoying court dates, points and insurance hits); and realistically, it will be hard to actually have an orgasm with so many moving parts.