Ducky Doolittle Will Offer Three Workshops at the Museum of Sex in October

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This October, three of Ducky Doolittle's most popular workshops will be presented at the Aphrodisiac Bar located inside the Museum of Sex.

The Museum of Sex is excited to welcome back sex educator Ducky Doolittle for three unique workshops at the Museum in October. Author of the book, "Sex with the Lights On: 200 Illuminating Sex Questions Answered," Ducky has spent the last two decades working in the field of sexuality and she is a certified emergency room Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Counselor. Ducky will be teaching the following three popular workshops in the Museum’s Aphrodisiac Bar:

We’ll be straight up with you. This is a blow job class. Super fun and loaded with tips and techniques that will blow his mind. So sit down, prepare to be titillated and have a great time. And while you are there, having a great time talking about blowjobs with Ducky Doolittle, prepare to be transformed in other ways as well. With more than 20 years of sexual research behind her, Ducky has proven men are sexually deeper and far more beautiful than the world gives them credit for.
Date:         Wednesday, October 10, 2012 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:     Museum Aphrodisiac Bar
Cost:         $25.00

Oh la la! Women are a deep pool of pleasure and Ducky Doolittle is here to teach you how to swim. She will demystify the female body, from erogenous zones, to the vulva, clit, G spot, female ejaculation, pelvis muscles and even anal pleasure. Together we’ll compare ancient Eastern knowledge, current scientific data, personal discoveries, tips & techniques and send you home with a wealth of orgasmic knowledge and resources. Walk away understanding why some touches deliver amazing stimulation and how to draw deeper orgasmic responses. This workshop is for women and lovers of women.
Date:        Thursday, October 11, 2012 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:     Museum Aphrodisiac Bar
Cost:         $25.00

As far back as 500BC we have evidence of phallic factories in Greece. They were exporting dildos all across the Mediterranean and using olive oil as a personal lubricant. In China they boiled a tubular plant to harden it into a tool for sex play. It was called The Cantonese Groin. Ben wa balls (yes, the kind you may have read about in 50 Shade of Grey) Have been around for centuries in all parts of Asia. But sex toys have come a long way in our age of personal electronics. So what is the best sex toy? For you, for your lover, for the two of you under the covers? We’ll you on a guided tour of the very best products; their history, design, healthy & wellness, hygiene factors, affordability and orgasmic potential.
Date:        Thursday, October 18, 2012 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:     Museum Aphrodisiac Bar
Cost:         $25.00    

About the Museum of Sex
The Mission of the Museum of Sex is to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. In its exhibitions, programs and publications, the Museum of Sex is committed to opening discourse and exchange and to bringing to the public the best in current scholarship. The Museum’s permanent collection of over 15,000 artifacts is comprised of works of art, photography, clothing and costumes, technological inventions historical ephemera and an extensive multimedia library. With a newly redesigned Fifth Avenue retail store and a sexy aphrodisiac bar, the Museum of Sex is constantly evolving and has no plans to slow down.

For more information contact:
Jim O’Shea
212-689-6337 ext. 125

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