Celebrate Valentine's Day at the Museum of Sex

This Valentine’s Day, the Museum of Sex celebrates a day of play with games, prizes, music, drinks specials, gift packages and extended opening hours.

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Valentine's Day Museum of Sex 2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 31, 2013

On Thursday, February 14th, the Museum of Sex will extend its opening hours from 10:00am to 10:00pm, with the last ticket sold at 9:15pm. With each admission, visitors will receive a Valentine’s Day gift kit filled with unique goodie items.

After exploring the Museum’s four exhibitions, guests can visit the MoSEX Store and try their luck at spinning the giant MoSEX Prize Wheel which will feature exciting gifts ranging from sex toys, theater tickets, and even MoSEX cash. The store also features a large selection of Valentine’s Day gifts including a titillating collection of FUN FACTORY adult toys, beautiful art books, sensuous TCHO chocolate gift boxes, his and hers sex kits, and exciting erotic games for lovers. Complete the store experience by heading to the MoSEX photo booth to snap some playful pictures.

Patrons feeling hungry and thirsty after all that excitement can head downstairs to the cozy Bar at the Museum of Sex. While listening to sexy music, guests can indulged their taste buds as they enjoy special Valentine's sparkling infused cotton candy cocktails, various 'sensational' aphrodisiac inspired drinks and punches, and delicious sweets and savories.

THE SHOP AT THE MUSEUM OF SEX
The products offered in the Mosex store and at the museum’s online store, blur the distinctions between form and function and art and apparel, demonstrating how sex and sexuality have come to influence all facets of design. The museum store features an array of products that make perfect Valentine’s Day gifts from sexy handcuffs to Kama Sutra oils, beautiful art books, handmade artworks and other great products that explore all aspects of human sexuality. The store also features a selection of condoms and lubricants, MoSEX arousal Pills, fetish kits, and apparel.
http://www.mosexstore.com

EXPLORE THE BAR AT THE MUSEUM OF SEX
Offering a menu of sensually stimulating cocktails and snacks, the bar on the lower level of the Museum of Sex is a hidden gem. Informed by a history of aphrodisiacs, the bar is an exotic collection of personalities and tastes, all exploring the relationship between food and sex. Stop in to enjoy a refreshing drink or bite.
http://bar.museumofsex.com/

EXHIBITIONS ON DISPLAY IN THE GALLERIES
Universe of Desire
Type. Swipe. Search. Upload. Download. Post. Stream. These are the new verbs of desire. Our most intimate thoughts, fantasies, and urges are now transmitted via electronic devices to rapt audiences all over the world. These transmissions—from sexts to personal webcam feeds—are anonymous yet personal, individual yet collective, everywhere and nowhere, and they are contributing to the largest sexual record to date. In short, desire has gone viral. But what does this mean? And what does it reveal about us? This exhibition explores these very questions through a lens of digital experiences by examining what we are searching for, how we do it, and what we leave behind on these electronic devices. In piecing this together, we begin to expose staggering truths about who we are and how we interact in this ever-changing world of modern sexuality. Universe of Desire is an exhibition about human desire as seen through the lens of digital behaviors.

F*ck Art: A Street Occupation at the Museum of Sex
In response to the growing anti-institution sentiment pervasive in our culture, the Museum of Sex has engaged a group of select street artist to occupy the museum’s third floor gallery. Expanding upon existing notions of the museum-going experience by pushing the boundaries of what artists create in a museum environment. Artist have mined the fringes of society and used the gallery space as a forum to create critical, provocative commentary around sexuality and its relationship to both human and cultural identity

The Sex Lives of Animals
This exhibition reveals sex is more than the drive to reproduce. The expanding knowledge of the natural world has revealed that animals participate in an astonishing array of sexual behaviors, where all conceivable sex acts and sexual partnerships exist. Animals engage in foreplay behaviors such as kissing, hugging, mutual and self-stimulation, oral sex and every kind of penetrative intercourse imaginable. Sex in the animal kingdom is just as complex and nuanced as it is for humans, and pleasure, it seems, is not restricted to the human realm.

Also currently on display at the Museum are works from Keith Haring’s Bad Boys series, David Datuna’s Flower of Life, and The Sex Lives of Robots installation by Mike Sullivan.

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. Take an educational journey to the epicenter of human sexuality and explore this 14,000 square foot museum displaying hundreds of artifacts on sexuality from leading scholars, artists, and from the museum’s permanent collection. With each new exhibition, this museum is committed to addressing a wide range of once taboo topics, while simultaneously highlighting material and artifacts from different cultures, time periods and media.

In a short time, the Museum has received attention from academic institutions, media outlets, and celebrities such as Howard Stern, Jay Leno, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Chris Rock - positioning the Museum of Sex within the realm of both academia and pop culture alike. After visiting the museum’s multiple exhibitions, enjoy cocktails in the Bar at the Museum of Sex and explore the retail store to shop for that unique souvenir. All patrons (over 18) are welcome and photography is permitted throughout the museum. In a city that never sleeps, the Museum of Sex is constantly evolving and has no plans to slow down.
(museumofsex.com)

For high resolution images and press questions please contact:
Jim O’Shea
212‐689‐6337 ext. 125
joshea(at)museumofsex(dot)com