This application claims priority under 35 USC 1.19 (e) to provisional application 60/327,312 filed Oct. 9, 2001: No prior non-provisional utility patent applications have been made.
 1. FIELD OF THE INVENTION
 The present invention generally relates to support structures. More specifically the present invention is drawn to a chair adapted to facilitate and enhance sexual expression and fulfillment.
 2. DESCRIPTION OF RELATED ART
 The act of copulation for procreation is a natural driving force in all forms of animal life. The human animal also participates in sexual intercourse for pleasure. This sexual participation very commonly occurs in the conventional bed.
 The characteristics of the conventional bed are such that the range and variety of positions that a couple may comfortably attain when performing the sexual act is restricted. The restrictions consequently function to decrease the pleasure of the sexual act.
 Many apparatus have been devised to minimize the discomfort and restrictions posed by the bed. One example is disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 6,030,039 (Essler) which shows a chair supporting a person during sexual activity. The chair comprises a single, un-padded toilet seat spring-mounted on a rigid frame. No provisions is made to include footrest or a second seat.
 U.S. Pat. No. 5,875,779 (Furman et al.) shows an arcuately reciprocating sexual fitness machine having male and female seats. The machine relies on elastic bands or cords to counterbalance the seats. The machine does not include footrests.
 U.S. Pat. Nos. 3,711,152 (Sirpak et al.),. 3,971,592 (Farley), 4,571,761 (Perlin), 5,443,532 (Hudak) and 5,538,011 (Craft et al.) all show support structures sadapted to aid conjugal relations. None of the structures incorporate plural seats or footrests.
 U.S. Pat. Nos. 4,940,286 (Nguti), 5,294,176 (Asinovsky) and 6,135,552 (Waguri) disclose support structures suitable for use copulatively by handicapped individuals. The patentees do not contemplate providing spring-biased seats or footrests.
 Obstetric chairs are exemplified in U.S. Pat. Nos. 3,813,091 (Metzger), 3,845,945 (Lawley et al.), 4,221,370 (Redwine) and 4,541,622 (Tabuchi). All of the instant chairs require firm support and do not contemplate spring-biased or plural seats.
 U.S. Pat. No. 3,890,004 (Rail) shows an upholstered support structure adapted to support a person in a meditating position. The structure requires no plural or spring-biased seats.
 None of the above inventions and patents, taken either singly or in combination, is seen to disclose the instant invention as will subsequently be described and claimed.
 The instant invention, currently unnamed, is composed of bent steel tubing, compression springs, channeled steel supports and two unique upholstered foam seats (primary and secondary). The frame configuration is designed for strength, beauty and functionality and should support approximately five hundred pounds (more than the weight of two averages-sized adults). The gentle curves of the tubing provide an aesthetically pleasing appearance much like modern art.
 The two seats are fabricated from plywood and foam material and are upholstered with vinyl, leather or other fabric materials, which make for durable, comfortable and low maintenance seating.
 The primary seat is mounted on plural compression springs and can accommodate either prone, supine or sideline positions. It can achieve motion in both horizontal and vertical directions. The assisted motion produced by the springs enhances the movement effort of the participants. The primary seat also is adjustable in such a way that the back can be elevated to produce an incline that can provide a comfortable backrest for certain sexual positions.
 The secondary seat provides a comfortable option for a variety of sexual positions as well, specifically when one participant is positioned at a lower elevation than the other.
 A roll bar allows each participant to achieve a handgrip to assist in whatever motion is produced by the spring-mounted primary seat. It is attached to the legs and offers a stable structure for the participants to push or pull against as needed.
 The footrests are patterned after the footrests on medical examination tables and offer leg support for the participant in the supine position. They are adjustable to accommodate participants of different heights and leg lengths.
 The cross-members are made of channeled steel and serve as both structural supports and as a footrest for more upright positions. Rubberized skid pads are also used to help prevent participants for slipping. The three cross-members range in length from XX to XX.
 Accordingly, it is a principal object of the invention to provide a sexual intercourse chair, which chair will facilitate and enhance sexual fulfillment.
 It is another object of the invention to provide a sexual intercourse chair, which chair allows participants to attain a variety of sexual positions.
 It is a further object of the invention to provide a sexual intercourse chair, which includes primary and secondary seats, which are comfortable and durable.
 Still another object of the invention to provide a sexual intercourse chair, which chair incorporates spring-mounted primary seat having both horizontal and vertical motion, and seat also adjusts for support of different positions.
 It is an object of the invention to provide improved elements and arrangements thereof in an apparatus for the purposes described which are inexpensive, dependable, aesthetically pleasing and fully effective in accomplishing their intended purposes.
 These and other objects of the present invention will become readily apparent upon further review of the following specification and drawings.
 Similar reference characters denote corresponding features consistently throughout the attached drawings.
 Attention is directed to FIGS.
 There are three cross-members, which may be attached in any efficient and convenient manner to the horizontal support on the leg member
 The rollbar
 The two footrests
 An adjustable primary seat
 The secondary seat
 Compression springs
 All tubular components are fabricated from 1-¼, 11-gauge metal tubing for strength and functionality. All channeled members are fabricated from ⅛′ metal, also for strength and stability. All metal frame components are powder-coated for beauty and durability. All metal members may be attached in any efficient and convenient manner (welds, bolts, snap-pins, etc.).
 As stated above, the sexual intercourse chair with its spring assisted motion and primary/secondary-seating arrangement will allow participants to assume a wide variety of sexual positions. Even individuals with limited strength and/or mobility will benefit from the use of the instant invention. For example, the chair of the instant invention does not require that the participant in the supine position bear the full weight of the participant in the superior position and the compression spring-mounted seat will ensure that movement is achieved with minimal input of energy from the participants. Other attainable positions are limited only by the imagination of the participants.
 It is to be understood that the present invention is not limited to the sole embodiment described above, but encompasses any and all embodiments within the scope of the following claims: