Britain erotic video
The British Museum is displaying a range of erotic treasures as part of a sex education programme.
They include a Roman goblet showing two men having sex, a bronze phallus wind chime from Pompeii and even a box of six dildos and penis rings designed to 'make women cry'.
This is one site that is worth the price of admission and returning daily to see what goodies are added for that day.
The person who performs a striptease is commonly known as a "stripper" or exotic dancer.
The idea is backed by German museum director Hartwig Fischer who claims that sex education 'works much better in museums'.
He told The Times: 'Museums offer protected spaces and offer schools the possibility for pupils to engage with objects and address difficult subjects.
The brothel, which is at the centre of the Roman city’s red light district, was originally discovered in the nineteenth century but was not reopened until a decade ago.
The prostitutes were both female and male and serviced the needs both male and female clients.
'Such things have often been hidden in history, and obscured by censorship, but now we realise the past is much ‘queerer’ than we have often thought.' Fischer, born in Hamburg in 1962, began his career at the Kunstmuseum Basel, an art museum in Basel, Switzerland.
From 2001 to 2006, he was curator of 19th-Century and Modern art.
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