So, fun and an easy place to burn up a couple of hours, more if you are into solving all the puzzles.
Haunted Silent Peacock Hotel (SLURL) has rules posted and prohibits nudity. So, one would think the Adult rating here was definitely not a sex thing. But, as the rooms are explored you’ll find some kinky torture devices. Some dead, nude, anatomically correct bodies. However, they are a very small part of this really large, highly detailed build. There is a lot to explore.
This hotel features live actors, I think. They might be AI’s, bots.
Be sure to see this build. Use their free flashlight.
Lost Cove At Playa Perdida (SLURL) has a sign posted stating swimsuit or nude only. That suggests something. While there are places to talk your lover out of her swimsuit, there are just as many places to just sit and sun (PG stuff).
It is a pretty white sand beach. It takes some exploring to find the love nooks. In some of the difficult to get to ones, trying to TP into them rather than find the way sends you back to the main landing point. So, you have to find your way into the nooks. Inner tubes are often the answer. Or a swim HUD.
So, there is actually just one place in the group where people could get their loven on, Playa Perdida.
I don’t find it surprising or out of line the Lab would mellow out the reporting in their Highlights. As far as I can see while the forum/blog can rate articles G, M, and A the images and sections inside an article all have the same rating. So, the article has to target the common acceptable denominator. They can’t count on our settings to filter out content users want to avoid. Leaving out the horny adults not filtering.
There is the Destination Guide. It has a section titled: Adults Only. Within that category they have subcategories;
- Adult Clubs & Entertainment(53)
- Adult Fashions & Commerce(6)
- Adult Role-playing Areas(32)
- Adult Arts & Culture(3)
- Adult Newcomer Friendly(6)
The list includes a 120+ places. I know of a number of places not in this list. Nor is RLV listed anywhere. So, the list helps, but it isn’t all that helpful.
Then there is SL SEARCH, in the viewer and on the web. But, figuring out what to search on and how to avoid the search spam is complicated. For instance, searching on RLV using the PLACES filter gives you a mixture of role playing places, shops, and clubs with no way to know how many people are there. I haven’t figured out how to filter out shops and clubs. Plus, making it even a more complicated task is some shops and clubs are more a ‘place’ than a shop or club.
The Destination Guide in the viewer lists about 10 adult locations. This viewer version of the guide gives us the current count of avatars in a region. But, I’m not sure how the regions are selected. Regions range from 56 to 4 avatars (when I looked at it just now. But, regions I know are popular with about 30 avatars weren’t listed).
So, there is no comprehensive list or directory. How do we figure out where the interesting adult regions are? After all, according to Tyche Shepherd’s grid survey 21.7% of the AGNI grid is adult regions. September saw 57 new adult regions added.
We can get the names of newly added regions from Tyche Shepherd’s posting on SLUniverse. The only way I see to know which are adult regions is to look at the most recent Grid Survey. Tyche includes a column that shows whether regions are General, Moderate/Mature, Adult, or Down. The page displays 50 regions at a time. With 81,418 regions in the list. Only 24,189 are currently live, online regions. The others are closed/disconnected regions listed for historic purposes. So, that is 1,600+ pages to scrape the data from. Way too tedious to use for a list.
Metaverse Business provides information on the busiest regions to paying customers. I don’t know if they’ll separate out data based on region maturity rating. But, that site has been pretty much ignored by its owner(s) since 2012.
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