I presume It’s only illegal to be engaged in sexual activity while driving a car. The same goes for texting, taking selfies, or putting on make-up, for that matter. Any distracted driving is illegal. Sex in a parked car clearly visible to passersby might be illegal by way of “Indecent Exposure,” but I’m not sure. Sex in a parked car not visible to others is no more illegal than sex in one’s own bedroom. In a related matter, I once saw an interesting sign on the side of a vehicle: “If this van’s a rockin’, don’t come a knockin’.”
This is a place where you do not need permission for sex, no matter in the car you are or sitting at home at the TV. DadCrush – all you wanted to know about sexual punishment step-daughters by stepfathers, but you was scared to ask. This fantasy porn series features the very well known teens in doubtful situations. They are misbehaving, and they are about to get a lesson of manners from step-fathers.
In Christian cultures, nearly anything to do with sex except face-to-face copulation with the sacrament of marriage and sans birth control has been taboo, and laws were enacted to give the taboos a secular rationale. In recent times, in enlightened parts of the world and even in the USA, activists were able to repeal laws against adultery and sodomy and unnatural acts and pornography and birth control and abortion and homosexuality and nudity. But sex in cars is usually the province of young people without a private bedroom and without a vote, so there’s been a lack of advocacy for legalization.