Visitors Discover Elusive G-Spot At Berlin “Sex Academy”

July 11, 2009

(ChattahBox)—A Frenchman, not surprisingly, is the brainchild behind a touring hands-on sex exhibit, named “Amora sex academy” that opened in London last year and has now found its way to the City of Berlin, offering visitors the opportunity to stimulate the erogenous zones of dozens of naked male and female mannequins, complete with appropriate sound effects.

The “Amora sex academy” offers visitors an X-rated adult version of a hands-on children’s museum, complete with 50 “interactive displays” such as the “Spank-o-meter,” which records the level of pleasure received, rewarding the visitor with sound effects, when applying a good spanking with a leather whip or a paddle on a naked mannequin’s bottom.

Other popular displays, include the G-Spot exhibit, which offers a naked female mannequin that lights up like a Christmas tree and screams, “That’s it!” when a visitor touches the sought after G-Spot.

The exhibit also provides the sexually studious with opportunities to learn more about such erotic subjects as foreplay, the perfect organism, strip tease techniques and novel sexual positions, like the “Italian chandelier” with the selling point that it burns up to 920 calories per hour.

After touring the erotic exhibits, visitors can sign up for personal visits with a sex therapist or enjoy an aphrodisiac cocktail in the Amora sex academy lounge.

The “Amora sex academy” is next scheduled to appear in Barcelona, offering its interactive exhibits and sexual fantasies to “…those who always have to touch everything.”



One Response to “Visitors Discover Elusive G-Spot At Berlin “Sex Academy””

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