Rule #4: Be family-friendly
Andy* -- a 32yr-old consultant in Hell’s Kitchen -- says that while taking advantage of a Midtown washroom for something other than washing, he found out that family bathrooms 1) have locks, and 2) “the baby changing tables are way sturdier than you think”.
Rule #5: Leverage
A well-placed toilet paper dispenser or ample counter space is your best friend when screwing in public. But since a solo bathroom large enough to have the latter is harder to come by in NYC than a rent-controlled one-bedroom on Waverly, you’ll have to rely on upper-body strength to support your thrusts. Tip: if you absolutely must, most museums and hotel bathrooms are totally ideal for counter top coitus.
Rule #6: Consider the handicapped
Handicap bathrooms, hands-down, have the most legroom for bathroom boning. And, since NYC looks out for its disabled patrons (in bars -- just not, you know, in subway ramps), their bathroom facilities are everywhere. Bonus points for giving new meaning to the phrase “handicap railing”.