China Sex Theme Park

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Sexual topics are largely taboo in China, so as a result, many people walk around not knowing what they really need to know about this important topic. Recognizing this problem, the Chinese Government has decided to build a huge, totally OTT sex theme park. Presumably all Chinese citizens will be required to go and enjoy this park.

China is building what is billed as its first sex theme park, aimed at improving both the sex education and the sex life of its visitors.

Due to open in Chongqing in October, Love Land will include displays of giant genitalia, naked bodies and an exhibition on the history of sex.

The park will also offer sex technique workshops and safe-sex methods.


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12 thoughts on “China Sex Theme Park

  1. Imagine if you built something like this in the U.S. The fundies would go out of their mind.

    It’d be a sexual Disney Land. I have to ask though, is homosexuality as much a taboo in China as it is in many parts of the U.S.?

    Luckily I live in Providence, a city with two gay bathhouses and a straight bathhouse.

  2. Bet your ass. Let’s go. The original is probably still at the Canadian Museum of Nature, but there’s also a cast at the Academy in Philadelphia. Rev. you can come on up too and we can take a road trip.

  3. Dr. Kent Hovind’s oppressors have to decide whether they want to live in fear or learn to live in love. If you don’t agree with this I question your commitment to Sparkle Motion.

    (please tell me I don’t have to explain the references)

  4. Wait wait wait… China’s the country that regularly puts people in jail for posting or browsing pornography on the internet, right? I’m getting very mixed messages about their government now.

  5. What I get from the various articles on this subject (which seem to refer the same Chinese source) it doesn’t really seem to be a government project as such – just a private undertaking serving (allegedly primarily) the public interest. (Although I’d assume there would have to be a degree of official backing involved in procuring a permit.)

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