The very public love affair between Ronnie Wood, 61, and his young girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova appears to be very much still on. Rolling Stones guitarist Wood and Ekaterina were seen cosying up for a kiss in the back of their car as they left bar Whisky Mist last night. With their arms wrapped around each other, holding on tightly, the ageing rocker and year-old former waitress smooched like teenagers in the back of the car. Public display of affection: The rocker comes up for air but Ekaterina continues to hold on and whisper sweet nothings in his ear. Ronnie found himself drinking with the regular Joes at Whisky Mist last night after finding himself banned from the VIP area. Young at heart: Despite the age gap of 41 years the couple both enjoy clubbing and partying.
Public display of affection: How much is too much?
How We See Public Display of Affection
Only five per cent of LGBT couples are comfortable showing affection on holiday and half fear judgement and mockery when abroad, according to a new survey. The findings, released today by Virgin Holidays , show a stark contrast between the experiences of straight and LGBT couples. The company spoke to 1, LGBT couples and 1, straight couples. They found that more than eight in 10 straight couples 84 per cent were comfortable engaging in public displays of affection when away. One in three LGBT couples said they had experienced discrimination when on holiday, including being stared at 58 per cent , laughed at 35 per cent and verbally abused 29 per cent. A frightening one in ten LGBT travellers reported that they have been threatened with physical violence on holiday.
Last Updated: June 10, References. This article was co-authored by Stefanie Safran. There are 21 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been viewed , times. Kissing in public can be fun, but it can make some people uncomfortable.
Have you ever witnessed a couple who couldn't keep their hands off each other in public? Does it make you feel uncomfortable? Even though public displays of affection have become fairly common, there's a line some people cross, taking it to the place of being inappropriate and causing others to squirm.