Thursday, October 29, 2015

At the Museum of Sex, God's animals are as nuanced as people

An uncensored story of the birds and the bees, moving animal sexuality beyond the confines of reproduction and mating,
NEW YORK---On the last day of creation, God created animals and people, and researchers have found that animal sex is as nuanced as it is in the human realm; and sex-for-pleasure, it seems, is not just restricted to people. Manhattan's Museum of Sex collects and preserves art and artifacts that support its mission to present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The museum's new "The Sex Lives of Animals" showcases life-sized animal sculptures created by New York-based Rune Olsen to present an uncensored story of the birds and the bees.

Museum of Sex: "The Sex Lives of Animals," 233 Fifth Avenue @ 27th Street, New York City, NY;  (212) 689.6337;