Making love in public view has traditionally been considered offensive, but as time goes by one long-established taboo is on the way out. At least in one Mexican city.
Guadalajara approved legislation that allows sexual relations to take place in public. Its supporters say the measure will prompt the police to put more attention on combating crime. Photo Jose Esteban Castro/Flickr
Sex in the street is no longer a daring fantasy in the Mexican city of Guadalajara because the local authorities have greenlighted a legal amendment that allows sexual relations in public as long as there is no complaint from a third party.
Guadalajara lawmakers hope change will allow police to focus on fighting serious crimes
“Holding sexual intercourse or acts of sexual exhibitionism on public roads or in