Dogging - All you need to know about dogging
What is dogging?
Dogging is a British euphemism for having sex in a semi-public place (typically a secluded car park) or watching others doing so. Frequently there are more than two participants, and group sex and sometimes even gangbangs occur. Observation is encouraged, thus voyeurism and exhibitionism are closely associated with dogging. The two sets of people involved often meet either randomly, or (increasingly) arrange to meet-up beforehand over the internet.
In September 2003, the BBC reported on the 'new' dogging craze. They cited the Internet and text messaging as very common ways of organising meetings. The original definition of Dogging, which is still a closely-related activity, is spying on couples having sex in a car or other public place. This can become habitual.
Dogging has recently attracted some unfortunate mass media attention, and it has become difficult for curious newcomer couples to just casually park-up at a recognised dogging site without almost immediately being surrounded by a circle single males.
Also, there was at first a strict code of etiquette regarding approaching / not approaching parked cars, but this has now largely been broken. This has also caused distress to other 'non-dogging' couples who have unwittingly entered the same car park looking for privacy, leading to Police involvement in some places.
In the light of this, many couples (especially those who prefer mutual voyeurism to casual group sex) have increasingly transferred to meeting new friends via the internet-organized 'Soft-Swinging' (i.e. same-room sharing/watching) scene, and now do their 'dogging' in a more 'social' atmosphere in the relative safety, comfort and privacy of each other's homes.
We have reviewed 3 sites in the UK that are dedicated to dogging, they will travel to dogging locations all round the UK and film what goes on there, the largest of these sites is Dogging Missions , they have by far surpassed other dogging sites in content and quality.