It’s still April so it doesn’t necessarily feel like we’re in the middle of Spring every day but we are definitely on an upward trajectory. Being in the city doesn’t give us that much in your face exposure to the flowers in bloom or the various spring scents outside of the garbage on the street.
What we do see here in the city is love in the air. From the spring chickens to the young bucks, there is more smooching, more hugging and more hand holding. We are not sure why this occurs, but we definitely see it outside our office window all day long
In line with the season and the mood that it brings, we decided to cover The Museum of Sex and their exhibit called ‘Funland: Pleasures and Perils of the Erotic Fairground’. It may be time for you kinky ones to take advantage of the season and the mood that it brings and convince your partner to visit this one of a kind museum.
This exhibition, organized by the Conceptual artists Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, explores the eroticism of carnivals and fairs through films and interactive displays. In his review for The New York Times, Edward Rothstein wrote, “though it encloses just 2,000 square feet, with five ‘attractions,’ there is no body part commonly thought private that is not here publicly grasped, modeled or bounced against, with a mixture of vulgarity, playfulness, inventiveness, crudity, childishness and mischievous provocation.” That said, this show is for those 18 and older.
We’ll be there but you won’t know who we are!