Site Tracks Sex Worldwide

GPS, Google Maps used to track lovemaking
By Emily Rauhala,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 18, 2010 9:58 AM CST
Site Tracks Sex Worldwide
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Where's the love? A new website called will tell you—with precise, digitally-guided detail. The site uses GPS technology and Google Maps to allow anonymous users to chart where, exactly, people are getting it on. Users can also let the world know whether their lovemaking was homo or hetero, indoor or outdoor—or for that matter, whether it took place on land, at sea, or the back of a car. There are even stick figures to denote positions.

But this isn't porn, per se. Founder Cyprian Cieckiewicz, a 26-year-old programmer from Warsaw, wanted to keep things clean. "We didn't name the site I Just Had Sex or anything like that," he says. "We're trying to keep the site really nice." Nice enough for his parents to test drive, he says. "Older people make love, too." To date 77,900 encounters have been recorded. That includes Cieckiewicz's own entries, the Daily Beast notes.
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