Sexmuseum, Amsterdam

Sexmuseum, Amsterdam
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Yes, the Venice of the North is a rather obvious place to house a museum dedicated to erotica. Yet the Sexmuseum isn’t all red-light scandal and vulgarity.

Thanks to a thoughtful approach to the subject, this clever museum studies the culture behind the deed via historical paintings, photos, and sculptures, the latter of which involves more than a couple phallus-shaped artifacts. You’ve been warned.

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

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