to Warn Cruisers of Sting Operations

CYBERSPACE — The website will use a combination of online tools, including Twitter, to warn gay and bisexual men looking for sexual liaisons of sting operations.

"May is not only the time of year when the weather heats up and more guys head to the bushes for action, it is also a major 'Sweeps Month' for local television," said Keith Griffith, who started the website 12 years ago. "Sweeps is the time local media often finds itself in bed with the cops to carry out sting operations of men cruising for sex.”

The site will tweet instant alerts to anyone following the CruisingForSex Twitter page. also posts legal opinions of commonly asked questions from men who cruise. The legal opinions are offered by lawyers from Florida, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois and California. The site also features a political primer to argue the case for decriminalizing public sex. keeps tabs on public sex venues with a database of hookup spots around the world.