Gay Sex On Premises Venues

Gay sex on premises venues (SOPV) have been around in Sydney for a considerable time. The premise of these venues is fairly simple, you get charged a small entry fee and you enter the venue with minimal clothing looking for a hook up, some venues don’t even require clothing depending on the venue’s rules. Before you go to the venue you should read the rules.You need to follow the venue’s rules to respect everyone’s safety and privacy. Once your in the building you are provided a towel get changed in the change room and you’re good to go. Some venues provide communal showers, glory holes, booths, sling rooms and a variety of other sexual related rooms. Some venues, such as 357 even offer a fully stocked bar and lounge room where you can just relax and socialize. The quality of venues differs from place to place. Gay venues are a very important to the LGBTQIA community all over the world.

Two Men Kissing
Two Men Kissing

What’s surprising about these venues, is the clientele. Many of the men that go to these venues during the day are actually, straight and married. I say this not to shame them, but to remind everyone about the fluidity of sexuality as people can not be classified into one sexuality. I’m not going to digress into social constructions around sexuality – however I will point out that there’s nothing wrong with engaging in different activities outside of the primary relationship so long as it’s done safely and doesn’t negatively impact the relationship. It is always recommended that people wear condoms, bring their best gay sex toys and bring their own personal lubricant for better sex. This will protect you and all the people you have sexual relations with.

Of course, the type of guys that frequent these places varies according to the time of the day. During the lunch rush, the city venues will see an influx of boys in suits of various ages. Towards the evening it switches towards young and older men and later tends to be the younger crowd. It is a good idea for beginners to go most when they feel comfortable. If you would like to go there when there are lower amounts of people, go there during working hours. If you would like to go there when there are larger amounts of people, you can go there before work or after work hours.

If you have more concerns, you are able to visit the venues website or talk to their customer service officer.If you are nervous you can also visit the venue with a friend. For your first time experience, you can cruise around the rooms, relaxing and socialising. Since most venues have bars you can have a social drink to relax you.

These venues provide access to safe sex in a secure environment and allow you to engage in various forms of sexual activity. There certain in built rules to these venues which must be followed.

  1. No means no. It’s that simple. Consent is the most important aspect of these venues and you should never ever touch anyone without consent. If they walk away, avoid eye contact or give another form of ‘no’ then you need to move on.
  2. Everyone has different tastes and you shouldn’t take it personally. I’ve heard stories of this young Bel Ami model-like boy at one of these venues who would exclusively fuck octogenarian guys.
  3. Everyone has a taste, don’t take it personally.
  4. Safe sex. All of these venues should provide condoms and lubricant within arm’s reach of any form of sexual activity. Make sure that you use them both as safe sex is a must.
  5. Just because you’ve paid money to get into the venue – does not guarantee you sex. Some day’s you’ll be lucky, other days you might strike out. It’s the luck of the draw.
  6. Drugs are generally discouraged. The last thing a SOPV needs is a guy tripping out having a medical emergency. There’s no faster way to clear out a venue than this.

SOPV in Sydney are safer than beats. They’re monitored In controlled environments and you have easy (and free) access to the essentials. Whether you’re after a quick fix or simply an environment to explore a few things (in a sling or a glory hole fetish) they’re a fun and exciting way to blow off some steam.

Author: Stephen Smith – BA Of Social Sciences, M.Ed

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