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Back in 2000 or so, I tried giving my then-fiance a blowie behind a hill at the Botanical Gardens. It was awful and so stressful. I don't think we were really all that well-hidden, and the noise of people walking and talking and screaming was a turnoff. It happened for like 30 seconds before I said I was out.Finally, let's conclude with this charming note from Kendra Holliday, St. Louis' resident lust goddess and co-founder of Sex Positive St. Louis. Along with her partner, she found uses for the City Museum that Bob Cassilly probably never dreamed of.
In about 2001, the same guy and I went to Laumeier Sculpture Garden with the express intent of public-but-not-too-public sex. We had our blankets and accouterments and looked like we were going on a picnic, but instead of plopping down in the big flat-ish field, we snuck off to the woods at the side. We laid everything everything out and started going at it right at the treeline, but it was really uncomfortable and I felt branches and rocks and shit under my back through the blanket, and then these kids started playing frisbee nearby and I was done. It was not sexy. After about five minutes, we both had had enough and — I shit you not — about four seconds after we finished zipping up and we're folding the blanket, a kid wandered back there to get the frisbee that flew in. Christ.
One time I gave him head in the outside area of City Museum. He was standing in the castle turret and was visible from the torso up. He gave our friends across the way the Devil Horns hand sign, and later they found out he was busting a nut. Ten seconds later, some teenagers showed up, but the coast was clear, phew!Follow Danny Wicentowski on Twitter at @D_ Towski. E-mail the author at [email protected]
Oh, and we did oral at Casa Loma ballroom during a wedding, and also in an elevator in Webster Groves. We're proud of our St Louis oral history!
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