Public toilets, nature reserves, secluded woods and so called 'gay bys' have all made the list. Cambridgeshire's gay cruising hotspots have been mapped out and given star ratings by members of the public. The activity is described as 'looking for a sex partner in a public place' and has existed for at least three hundred years. Police told Cambridgeshire Live officers would investigate any complaint about people having sex in public or being indecent. And while all forms of sexual activity in a public toilet are illegal, other forms of cruising may not be unless they involve public indecency.
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Cambridge's gay bar scene isn't what it used to be - here are some of the iconic pubs and bars which no longer exist. The city still holds several monthly gay nights including Glitterbomb at Vinyl and the long-standing Dot Cotton night, now held at Fez. We asked you to share your memories from Cambridge's queer pubs that we have loved and lost. Inundated with pictures and anecdotes from years gone by we decided to put them into a nostalgic list for you to enjoy. Janie Buchanan, a long-term member of lesbian group Sisters Act commented: "The pubs were essential because of the town and gown divide.