When the sex goes public, and the little head isn’t having what the big head wants.

Hey, Daddy!
I can’t get enough sex in public places. I’ve done it in parks, in bus stations, cemeteries, industrial complexes, and even a church pew (Sadly, not during Sunday Service).

I love the risk of getting caught as part of foreplay, but actually getting caught probably wouldn’t go over well at work, or say, with my parents. How can I enjoy the adventure but avoid the actual threat?
Can An Upstart Get His Thrill?

Dear CAUGHT:
A lot of gay men have nugged and tugged in public, and even more say they fantasize about it. I couldn’t and wouldn’t stop you, but do know that the thrill in the risk has very real risk in the thrill.

Going to jail could totally happen. Arrests are made in Piedmont Park fairly regularly. That said, there are a few things to minimize your chances of literally getting caught with your pants down and more vulnerable to danger.

Scout out places with privacy, cover, and a wide vantage point that allows you to see anyone approaching. If that won’t work, consider a lookout.

Dark, deserted sites draw characters more unscrupulous than yourself, so hide valuables or don’t bring any. Find restrooms with two doors. When someone enters the first, you have a few extra seconds before they come through the second.

Hey, Daddy!
I know what I want in a guy on paper, but I end up with the wrong ones in bed. The “great husband” type of guy doesn’t turn me on. Where’s the guy who’s good for me on the streets and under the sheets?
Not Into Proper, Patently Into Creeps & Kooks

Dear NIT PICK:
It’s the classic struggle between big head and little head. Your adult self thinks it’s in charge, but your inner child formed your sexual tastes at a young age.

Some say marry Mr. Right and cheat. Others say literally force yourself to go after a different type, citing high satisfaction rates in arranged marriages.

Call me a hopeless optimist, but I believe there are guys you’d love to take home to Mother who would do things with you that Mom would never approve. It may take a more focused eye, but hold out hope.

Daddy loves his boys. He knows the answers you need, andyou’re going to get them. Reach out with your burningquestions via our editor, mike@peachatl.com, and put “Hey, Daddy” in the subject line. Warning: Advice in this column is intended for entertainmentand novelty. Proceed at your own risk. If you’re in trouble, ask a professional for help.