Thursday, May 18, 2006


The world's first sex theme park is set to open in London's West End. The Australian has the scoop:
Amora: The Academy of Sex and Relationships, featuring "high-tech and interactive exhibits together with new media displays", expects up to 600,000 visitors within its first year in the Trocadero Centre at Piccadilly Circus. "Titillation is not the goal," the promoters -– who include sexologist and self-help book author Sarah Brewer -– said in a statement, refuting comparisons with museums of erotica in Amsterdam, Barcelona and Paris.

"Our vision is to build a Kinsey-type institute in Europe for Generation X and Y to bring modern thinking around sexuality. ... It truly is the world's first theme park dedicated to sex and relationships."
Come one, come all.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'll take three tickets for the Whirl-A-Bone, three tickets for the Octopussy, three tickets for the Him-A-Lay-Ya Hammock and three tickets for the Wild Trouser Mouse Ride.

When is Hustler Free Ride Day?

If only the goopheads who trashed the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds name would have focused instead on truly meaningful changes like this.