"Sexhibition”: 100,00 years of doing it
clorenz1 | February 6, 2007 at 01:41 pmby
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The Neanderthal Museum in Mettman Germany is headlining “100,000 Years of Sex” as its main exhibit, starting on Feb 3rd and running until May 20th. “Un-covering” everything about sex over the last several millennia. Exciting as it is to discover new trends in sex, it is just as, if not more intriguing to see where those trends came from, and how they developed. For instance the world’s oldest known condom is featured in the exhibit. If not for it’s origin combined with a little modern day innovation we would have never seen Spray on Condoms, as well as the everyday latex dome. If anything the exhibit will make you appreciate sex and it’s innovations that much more.
Now a new exhibition in Germany pays tribute to 100 glorious millennia of making out and doin' it. The show "100,000 Years of Sex" at the Neanderthal Museum in Mettman near Düsseldorf addresses -- in a strictly scientific manner, of course -- such burning questions as: When did we start feeling lust and thinking about sex? Did meat get exchanged for sex in the Stone Age? And just how did the ancient Greeks and Romans do it?
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