For piece with a menu, you "touch" the piece of furniture (right click, then select touch) and a list of options pops up on your screen in blue.
There's no way of knowing whether your partner might not be playing from a crowded dorm room, for instance, so make sure you've thought that through before jumping on the pose ball.
And whether it's a dorm room or an SL public sex playground, maybe you like playing to an audience!
Please don't read it and then go proposition me ... - I'm not telling you that you should have sex in SL, just letting you know how it’s done. Then let's cover the basics: To have sex in Second Life, you usually need at least one partner, one or more animations, a place to go, and sometimes some virtual equipment. I recommend finding them by going somewhere where people like to hook up and then being charming and terribly attractive, but there are always other options. Here are your options: Built-in animations: You buy these, then run them when you need them.
You might want to think twice about doing anything with it if, for instance, you have a RL partner who would be hurt to know about it. If they're two-or-more-person animations, the animation asks your pretty friend or friends if they want to let the animation take over, and if so, you're in business. You can get couches, beds, rugs, and other kinds of furniture with animations built in.
You can also try standing up and sitting again, switching positions, logging out and then in again, or going to another location.
Sometimes the pose balls just won't work, in which case you need to keep your sense of humor and (if applicable) your erection and decide what to do next.Once this information was gathered, the chat with Sweetie would be shut down, and the information was given to the local police or Interpol.however, Troels Ørting Jørgensen of the European Cybercrime Centre has expressed concerns that judges may consider Sweetie to have been entrapment, and thereby rule inadmissible any data ultimately sourced to Sweetie.Sweetie was a computer animated child that was created by children's rights organization Terre des hommes as a sting operation.It was used to lure online sexual predators into providing personally-identifiable information, so that this information could then be reported to law enforcement agencies.I won't try to suggest any of those, but if anyone has recommendations, please e-mail me and I'll try to keep track for a future entry.