Here are answers to some of the mind numbing questions we get asked all the time:
Guerrilla Explorer/Exploring (depending on context) and Guerrilla Explore Site, simples.
It can be if you don't take sensible precautions. It's rare to hear of serious injury or death.
Trespass is a civil offence in the UK, except MoD land, Rail lines and Government property etc.
Stop right there, and kindly bugger off.
Of course, you'll need personal supervision as these places are like, dangerous and stuff.
Read 'Access All Areas' by scene founder Ninjalicious. (It's on Amazon)
No. It's a Spanish word, and is pronounced. GweRiya with a heavy middle R. The English interpretation is Guerilla, which is pronounced like Gorilla, but that's only for the sort of people that read The Daily Star or Sunday Sport. Just in case you're not sure...
Some are, some aren't. The concept of this website is to avoid that by avoiding publicity. Showing off to friends rather than to the public at large.
Maybe, see the contact page
Maybe, see the contact page. It's unlikely we'll be interested in sensationalised pieces for tabloids. Final copy approval is likely to be a pre-requisite. Any images used will need to carry the copyright mark.
No, is the simple answer. I put up a lot of photos on this site, which sucks up bandwidth. The Ads will hopefully allow me to break even on the site and keep the new content coming.
Very unlikely, I rarely visit places easy to explore, and won't want to take someone who doesn't know what they're doing and could jeopardise my safety/getting busted. Your best bet is to do somewhere yourself, and then look to contact a forum, showing you've made an effort.