Sex on the Run? No, We Parked.

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‘For someone who only started having sex in cars at age 48, I quickly became an expert.’

Having sex in a car is usually a last resort, born from the trappings of youth. For Susan Silas, it was a midlife necessity.

While working as a production accountant on a sitcom, Susan met a teamster. Despite having little in common — he was former military; she had been an antiwar protester — they hit it off. But, without a private place to go to, they found themselves having sex in the back seat of the teamster’s car. It wouldn’t be the last time.

Today, Susan shares how car sex turned into something deeper.

Today’s story

“Sex on the Run? No, We Parked,” by Susan Silas.

Modern Love is hosted by Anna Martin and produced by Julia Botero, Christina Djossa, Elyssa Dudley and Hans Buetow. The show is edited by Sara Sarasohn, and our executive producer is Jen Poyant. The show is mixed by Sophia Lanman and recorded by Maddy Masiello. It features original music by Rowan Niemisto, Pat McCusker and Dan Powell. Our theme music is by Dan Powell.

Special thanks to Daniel Jones, Miya Lee, Mahima Chablani, Jeffrey Miranda, Renan Borelli, Nina Lassam, Julia Simon and Anna Diamond at Audm.

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