A Sex-Themed Amusement Park Is Opening In Brazil, Plus More Kinky Tourist Attractions

Why go to Six Flags when you can hop on a plane and hit up a brand new Brazilian sex-themed amusement park instead?! Opening its doors in 2018, ErotikaLand is a new adults-only theme park based in Piracicaba, Brazil — about two hours away from Sao Paulo, for reference. For $100 per ticket, you can ride around in genitalia-shaped bumper cars (probably a play on "bumping uglies," if ya know what I mean), eat aphrodisiacs at the snack bar, ride a "train of pleasure" along with a bunch of performing go-go dancers, skinny dip in a nudist pool, and watch dirty flicks in a "7D cinema" complete with vibrating theater seats.

There is even a "sex playground," but don't get too excited — no fornicating on theme park premises. But fear not, as ErotikaLand's developers also plan to build a nearby motel specifically meant for guests who are DTF.

The amusement park certainly has some haters in local government who argue that ErotikaLand will project a tawdry image of Piracicaba, giving it the reputation of a "capital of sex." Those fears should be calmed by the positive impact that the theme park will have on the surrounding community. For starters, ErotikaLand will help the economy by creating at least 250 new employment opportunities. Additionally (and very importantly), the amusement park wants to advocate for comprehensive sex education. Employees will promote condom usage, and various attractions will talk about safe sex and healthy sexual choices. There will also be an on-site history museum focused on sexuality throughout time.

ErotikaLand isn't the first kinky destination spot geared toward sex-positive tourists — see these other tourist attractions below. But first, check out our video on sex positions to last longer in bed:

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1. Jeju Loveland, South Korea

Since 2004, Jeju Island in South Korea has boasted its own sexy amusement park. Jeju Loveland is a large park featuring 140 giant, over-the-top statues depicting various sexual activities between humans and between animals. Jeju Island is a popular vacation spot for honeymooners, and many of the newlyweds visiting the island are in arranged marriages. Jeju Loveland's hope is that the erotic surroundings will ease the unfamiliar partners into conversations about sex. But long-term couples are welcome at Jeju Loveland, too! If you have kids in tow, you can even drop them off at an age-appropriate playground in the park while you gallivant among the fornicating sculptures. Like ErotikaLand, Jeju Loveland is concerned about safe sex and sex ed, which is why there is a sex and health museum on the grounds.

2. Sex Machines Museum, Prague

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Prague is home to an entire museum exhibiting over 200 gadgets that human beings have invented throughout the years to help them both achieve self-pleasure and control their sexual urges. Chastity belts and anti-masturbation devices are displayed alongside vintage vibrators and chamber pots with peepholes for voyeurs. There is also a theater inside the museum that projects old-timey erotic films.

3. Don Q Inn, Wisconsin

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Don Q Inn is a kinky hotel with decor reminiscent of 1980s pornography. From heart-shaped jacuzzis to dungeon-themed suites complete with shackles attached to the bed, each hotel room can help guests explore fantasies. There is even a real, full-size Boeing C-97 airplane stationed at the hotel so that guests can join the "mile-high club" without ever leaving the ground.

4. Romantic Boulevard, Taiwan

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Romantic Boulevard is another sexy theme park currently under construction in Taiwan. However, it differs from Jeju Loveland and ErotikaLand in that it isn't concerned about safe sex or sex ed as much as it is concerned about intriguing tourists with promises of rides on gigantic stone penises, etc. The park will feature many large statues of people engaged in sexual activity and sculptures of oversized phalluses, and the developers have plans to build a nearby hotel for couples turned on by the sights. Romantic Boulevard will even have an area sectioned off for wedding pictures!

5. Museum Of Sex, New York City

The Museum of Sex opened its doors in 2002, and visitors have been jumping around the boob bounce house (a bounce house filled with, you guessed it, giant inflatable boobs), navigating a fun-house style wall of mirrors ending with the final destination of a "G-spot," and climbing up Grope Mountain (a climbing wall made of dildos, pictured above) ever since. In addition to these amusement park-style attractions, the Museum of Sex is also home to erotic art, sex education, and sex history exhibits. Past exhibits include Lovers From Hereafter (skeletons engaged in sexual acts to create an artful interpretation of the afterlife) and Rubbers: The Life, History, & Struggle Of The Condom.

6. Good Vibrations' Antique Vibrator Museum, San Francisco

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This entire museum is dedicated to the long history of that special sex toy that has been pleasing women since the 1800s. Exhibits feature vibrators made as early as the 1800s and as late as the 1970s. Dr. Carol Queen, famed sexologist, leads tours at the museum, discussing the changing understanding of vibrators throughout history — beginning as treatments for hysteria, then changing to medical devices promising health and "vigor" to women who used them, and finally marketed as standard sex toys. Tourists of the Bay Area can also have a laugh at the vintage vibrator advertisements exhibited throughout the museum.

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