The Museum of Sex

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Lila here~ I spent the weekend in NYC with a
great friend.  It began with the
Museum of Sex
at
233 Fifth
Ave
(at 27th St). 

The ground floor was all about animals and
sexuality.  I learned so many fun and
interesting (and some slightly disturbing) things, I wanted to share a few with
you.  I’ll start with the disturbing
thing; let’s just get that out of the way. 
First up, the banana slug:  this
creature has a penis growing out the side of its head.  The good news is that the penis is nearly as
long as its body.  The bad news is that
sex is followed by “apaphallation” a.k.a. chewing off the penis by the
partner.  It doesn’t regenerate, either,
so I hope it was worth it, dude!

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