Yes, you read that correctly. Things just got a little wackier (and sexier) inside the Museum of Sex. Today, the museum will open its doors and present "Funland: Pleasures & Perils of the Erotic Fairground," an art exhibition that transforms the already boundary-defying institution into a carnival that elicits all of our carnivalesque, sexual fantasies.

What's so sexy about the carnival, you ask? Perhaps you can't remember all those family outings from your awkward, teen years full of sexual frustration. "Remember hoping to sit next to that brace-faced hottie on the ferris wheel, your bodies bumping together amidst the centripetal force? The carnival is an early childhood glimpse of adult society gone topsy-turvy," Huffington Post writes, phrasing it better than any of us could have. It's "where norms are put to rest and physical sensation trumps all else."

The art show consists of five "carnival attractions" dreamed up by conceptual artist duo Bompas & Parr. The pair of London artists are known for incorporating a touch of the silly into their work. The five attractions are meant to recall the sexual energy of carnivals and stimulate our five senses. Visitors can frolic amongst a moonbounce made of massive, over-sized boobs, clamber up a wall of genitalia, travel down a mirrored tunnel leading to the G spot, and more.


Sounds like fun, right? "Funland: Pleasures & Perils of the Erotic Fairground" opens today, June 26, 2014 and will be around until Spring 2015.

[via HuffPost]

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