Saturday, August 29, 2009
Can We really do it there????
Wild in the Wild: Is it okay to romp in a field?
"In 25 years of practice, I haven't seen a patient with any sex-in-the-grass-related complaints," says gynecologist Suzanne Merrill-Nach, M.D. Nature enthusiasts face a slight (but avoidable) risk of poison ivy or oak, allergic reactions to other plants or insects entering places they shouldn't. "And if you're considering sex on the beach, watch out for friction burns from the sand," says Suzanne Merrill-Nach, M.D. Another consideration: "Almost every state has laws against indecent exposure," says Sandor Gardos, Ph.D., founder of mypleasure.com, "though it really depends on how flagrant it is, and it's fairly easy to talk your way out of arrest or a summons. Use your judgment." So, pack a blanket, be discreet and go enjoy the great outdoors!