Trees and Trysts: A Home for Lovemaking

People have various fetishes and sexual proclivities. May it be because of psychology, the environment or whatnot, we all have different and creative ways on how we get off.

There are those who call themselves as ecosexuals. No, they’re not the kind of people who buy eco-friendly sex toys. They are the ones who have liaisons and get off with trees and plants. You can find in Craiglists a lot of ecosexuals who want others to videotape them while doing “it.”

Our Sexual Behaviors

As strange as it may be, we have varying sexual behaviors towards someone or something. For instance, having sex outdoors is a sexual fantasy to some of us. The primary reason is that we love the thrill and risks, which make sex more fulfilling and satisfying.

One of the most common type of public sex is doing it in the forest or glades. In fact, there are websites and articles that instruct couples on how to have amazing sex in the woods. This type of sexual proclivity is not that new. The Puritan Era in the United States during the 16th to 18th centuries illustrated how everyone loves to do it whenever and wherever they can. Having sex under a tree or in the forests was the norm back then.

If you are familiar with the TV series Vikings and Outlander, most of the sex scenes are depicted on the field, in forests and even under the shade of trees. Maybe privacy wasn’t an issue before.

Fast forward to the 21st century, there are still some people who find this risky behavior somewhat fulfilling. The Mirror reported that a randy couple were caught on cam having trysts in the New Forest. The footage went viral, as it was first believed that the couple were fighting. But as the video continues, you will hear lots of moaning and thumping.

Prominent figures do partake in forest sex, too. In Austria, a politician was photographed having sex in a wildlife-protected forest. But because there were no signs that the area is under surveillance, the politician is set to receive £16,000 in compensatory damages.

In Ireland, residents and tourists are caught humping in Phoenix Park in broad daylight. People, mostly gay men, flock in the area looking for other gay men who would want to join their sexual shenanigans. While in London, around 6,000 trees were cut down as a response to a growing number of sightings of sexual romps in the outskirts of Darwen.

There’s a myth that trains make people do crazy things. Maybe trees and glades have the same effect in humans.