Dogging meets for this weekend, for the whole of the UK
Dogging meets posted weekly with directions, maps, photos and reviews
Dogging meets for this weekend, for the whole of the UK
Dogging meets posted weekly with directions, maps, photos and reviews
Over the past two weeks we have added over 200 new dogging locations, many with maps, pictures and directions and featuring posts and reviews from our members on when to go, the best time to visit for dogging action day or night in the UK.
One of the biggest dogging websites on the Internet since 1999, featuring dogging locations, photos, videos, maps and directions and a huge database of UK dogging members with dogging meets and a meet tonight section.
A quiet park in a posh town has had its name on Google Maps changed by pranksters – to ‘dogging central’.
Dunorlan Park is known for being a quiet dog-walking spot popular with families, but sneaky jokers suggested something far naughtier.
The public sex reference in the name of the park in Tunbridge Wells, Kent appeared on Friday morning – but was quickly removed.
Sean Matthews, a transport supervisor at S & S Distribution in Tonbridge, who spotted the name change, said: “We were using Google Maps to route some of our vehicles and it was just in passing that we spotted it.
“We all had a giggle and looked at it in disbelief. It’s something to laugh about.”
Dogging is not illegal in the UK, but those involved are potentially at risk of prosecution if they are found to be outraging public decency under the Sexual Offences Act 2003. But council staff took the light-hearted prank well
A spokesperson for Tunbridge Wells Borough Council said: “Someone has clearly had some fun doing this.
“Most people in Tunbridge Wells will know Dunorlan Park for being one of the lovely parks and open spaces we have in the borough which is very popular with dog walkers.”
The number of recorded “dogging” sites in Surrey has dropped dramatically.
In 2013 there were a known 93 locations which were designated by the police as ‘public sex environments ’ (PSEs) in the county, with the largest number in any borough at 16 in Guildford .
This meant the county had one of the highest numbers of “dogging” spots in the country.
The latest figures suggest the “known” PSEs has dramatically reduced – with a total of 39.
Previous figures provided by Surrey Police show that Reigate and Banstead had 13, and Mole Valley and Surrey Heath each had 12.
Of the remaining boroughs, Elmbridge had 10, Epsom and Ewell six, Spelthorne six, Tandridge five and Woking had seven, three in Waverley and three in Runnymede.
Now, Epsom and Ewell has six, Elmbridge and Tandridge only have three, and Spelthorne a mere two.
Mole Valley, Woking Waverley and Runnymede have apparently dropped off the map entirely with none.
Surrey Heath has 10 known sites and Guildford has “10-15”, according to police.
A known and controversial site in Guildford borough is a lay-by by the Hog’s Back Cafe , in the A31 near Puttenham .
The village’s parish council was given a £25,000 grant and control of the land in an attempt to deter the behaviour , which took place in a site that backs onto Puttenham CofE School.
Guildford MP Anne Milton expressed her shock when she visited the site with concerned parents in 2010.
In 2015, Surrey Police increased its presence at another known ‘dogging’ hotspot following reports of assault and antisocial behaviour towards users of the site.
Dog walkers at Ockham Common complained after seeing people using the site.
Other locations listed online include St Anne’s Hill in Chertsey, Horsell Common, Epsom Common, a layby in the A22 in Catherham Hill, Coopers Hill Lane in Egham, and off Lodge Lane in Dorking.
Previously Surrey Police has said the vast majority of known sites in the county are public toilets, where sexual activity is an offence.
The force said that while it is not illegal to engage in sexual activity outdoors , there are a number of offences which could result from this, such as causing alarm and distress to others, outraging public decency or exposure.
Criminal offences under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 include engaging in sexual activity in a public lavatory.
Exposure with intent to cause alarm or distress and voyeurism on people engaged in a private act without their consent are listed in the act as criminal offences.
In the past Surrey Police has said it works to tackle criminals who prey on people meeting in isolated spots to commit robbery or assault against them, and encouraged anyone who had been a victim of a crime to come forward in confidence.
Its now 17 years since the dogging after dark website was launched on the internet and still dogging is proving to be as popular as ever with new locations springing up as quickly as old ones are being closed or shut down.
Dogging in the UK has always appeared to have a huge following and still associated with people who promote and enjoy a swinging lifestyle, although a great deal of swingers will also tell you that dogging is not part of a swingers lifestyle and there is a huge difference between the two activities.
After Dark has listed locations covering the whole of the UK on its website since the late end of 1999, making it one of the most comprehensive and largest dogging websites online, with over 10,000 members and a huge following both in the Swinging and Dogging community. They are also known for their widely popular Social events held at various locations and at regular intervals all over the UK
Massive update to our Dogging Locations directories this month! with hundreds of NEW dogging locations added for the whole of the UK.
After Dark is still the biggest dogging website on the internet, running since 1999, the ONLY website to give you dogging locations with Directions, Maps, Reviews, Photos and Videos and a dogging tonight members only Forum where you can arrange to meet up with other members and also find out where any planned dogging meetings are taking place in your area.
This week we see another 43 new dogging locations added to the member directory of dogging after dark. Even with the weather turning colder there still appears to be an increase in dogging all over the UK, and new locations are being listed on a weekly basis with maps and directions and reviews.
A complete online guide to dogging in the UK with all the information you could ever need on where to go dogging and how to find locations in your local area and for the entire UK.
Dogging is one of those kinks that some people view as strange. It is one of those sexual pleasures that people view as odd, one of those ideas that will bring about thoughts about people who have had something bad happen to them when they were children. Dogging is a bit like BDSM; people who are more vanilla sometimes believe that the person with the kinks is a little disgusting. There is a problem; people with kinks are not disgusting, they aren’t all what everyone is imagining. Some people believe that dogging is for people that can only have sex outside and are for people that just enjoy making people uncomfortable but I have met people who just enjoy it because it feels good to be like that, it feels good to be naughty and that is the similar reason for BDSM. People feel good with being less vanilla than society is usually. So, people dogging is just because they wish to have fun and we are going to explore that later on in this article. So, strap in and let’s see what we are dealing with.
Dogging, in 2003, was reported by the BBC. It was reported that a dogging craze was being fuelled; saying that the internet and text messaging were fuelling a practice which involved unprotected sex with strangers in public parks. One aspect of dogging with protection is rather apparent and it is that doing it unprotected can lead to getting a sexually transmitted infection, there is a way to combat this within the dogging community however and that is to wear protection. Get a pack of condoms and wear them if you are going dogging because that will dramatically decrease the chance of getting anything and, as a man, I don’t want to accidentally get nine girls pregnant. That is a lot of money going out of my pocket for a week of fun. So, if someone where to go dogging, I would tell them to always wear protection as to disallow the possibility of infections and unwanted pregnancy. Apart from that, that is one of the only problems with dogging is that you could, if you aren’t carry protection, get an infection or get a few people pregnant if you are into heterosexual dogging.
The thing about dogging is that it can be illegal considering UK laws. The situation, for example, is that, because of the Sexual Offences Act of 2003, it is an offence to have sex in a public lavatory. You would think that would make all public sex illegal but the public sex laws are open to multiple interpretations. The most the law, as I have researched, can do about someone dogging is that if someone, a member of the public, witnesses the event and they can be defined as “outraged” in the eyes of the law. Then, even from what I could see, there isn’t a lot to go off of with that description because it doesn’t mean a lot. It just means someone is really angry about what was going or they were injured by it. There is no real way to arrest someone dogging unless they are having sex in a public toilet or the person that happens upon the sex is angry about it, for some reason. You can even note that there has been a rise in venues that allow public sex because, possibly, there is a more relaxed approach to the enforcement of these public sex laws since the 1990’s. There venues are often called SOPVs, which mean Sex on Premises Venues. They usually are commercial venues that allow men who want to have sex with men to meet and have sex with each other. There is another term that is called “an on-premises club”, this is a different kind of SOPV as it is commonly used by straight swingers and is to describe a club which there is sexual activity taking place between clients or even club members. Although the term SOPV is usually used to pay respect to MSM (Men who have Sex with Males), in the Sex Work Act in Australia, the term is defined as “a venue where a person is required to pay an admission fee or a charge to enter the venue for the purpose of engaging in sexual activities with another person who has also entered the venue on the same terms and who did not receive any form of payment or reward, whether directly, or indirectly, for engaging in sexual activities.” There is a lot of support for this Act, mainly because it is gender neutral and allows the term SOPV to be used to mean both genders and for people not to have to change between two separate words for essentially the same place. There is, however, backlash against this act as the wording explicitly excludes brothels, which many people like and wish to go to. Many people see it as a step forward to a world of “sexual freedom”.
Some people don’t view dogging as mentally proper. There are some that view it as something that is showing the destruction of our morality of society as a whole, they say that dogging is a way to increase drugs in our youth and alcohol abuse as well. I don’t believe this, I don’t believe that allowing people the freedom to do something they wish will increase the drug use or alcohol abuse as, and for starters, it is hardly like there would be a thousand person orgy in the middle of a park for all to see. I don’t believe the people that like dogging would be able to schedule that massive of an orgy, it isn’t something that will be the cause of a massive social evil. Humans don’t work that way. Everything will be fine, even if dogging was completely legal.
Dog all you want. Enjoy yourselves.
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So how do you know where to go dogging, how do you find out where these dogging locations are in your local area, and can you know for sure if you will be lucky enough to actually meet up with a couple or a single female who is out that same night also looking for some dogging action.
Dogging After Dark.com, has been on the internet since 1999, and in that time has established itself as one of the largest most comprehensive dogging websites on the Internet, providing an online community for people looking to go out dogging all over the UK. They provide a huge comprehensive list of locations listed for the whole of the UK, with a meet tonight section, maps and directions, reviews and photos and videos, giving you a huge amount of information and just about everything you need to know to get involved in dogging in the UK.
The website also has a partnership with the legendary Rachel Reveals, ultimately known as the dogging Queen of the UK with a massive website of her own featuring a huge collection of her dogging photos and amateur shot video footage of Rachel meeting her members in car parks and known locations all over the UK.