A new sex-themed amusement park, called Erotikaland, is scheduled to open in Brazil in 2018 and will feature a 7D vibrating cinema, bumper cars shaped like genitalia, a nudist pool, and much more.
Now this is one theme park that’s strictly adults only.
Piracicaba, a southern city just two hours by car from Sao Paulo, is set to become the “Sex Capital” of the world come 2018 when Erotikaland officially opens to the masses – not surprising, considering that Brazilians are considered the world’s sexiest nationality!
For $100 a pop, punters will be granted access to a world of sex and sexuality that includes a sex playground, a sex shop, a sex museum, and even a “train of pleasure” staffed by gogo girls and boys.
The entry fee will also include entrance to a snack bar serving aphrodisiacs.
It’s basically Disneyland, stripped of all its innocence and replaced with the seedy.
(Which may just be what certain nationalities need on a trip away … we’re looking in your direction Denmark!)
But sorry guys, Erotikaland will enforce a strict “no sex on site” policy throughout its grounds, so lovers or the newly acquainted will need to do their thang at one of the nearby hotels that are owned by the theme park.
Now this is all assuming that developers have their way and everything goes ahead as planned, because Erotikaland has attracted its fair share of criticism and outrage, and it’s unclear at this stage if the theme park will actually be built.
Matheus Erler, a Christian Socialist Party member and leader of the local Piracicaba City Council, is unhappy with the proposed plans, telling Veja Sao Paulo that he doesn’t want the image of his home tarnished by the new sex-themed amusement park.
“We cannot be known as the capital of sex — that would be bad for our image.”
Matheus Erler, Christian Socialist Party member and leader of the local Piracicaba City Council.
Erler was concerned the park would lure “debauched individuals” and other undesirable individuals to the area.
However, Mauro Morata, the project leader behind the proposed Erotikland, has tried to ease the people’s conerns, stating that the theme park will be educational and would promote safe sex.
“This won’t be a place for nuns, but it’s not like we’re trying to recreate Sodom and Gomorrah.”
Mauro Morata, project leader of Erotikland.
He also reconfirmed that visitors won’t be allowed to have sex in the park itself.
“If attendees want to take things to another level, they can go to a nearby motel — which we will operate.”
The fact that the park will create 250 jobs is also a message Morata wants to promote.
If plans to open Erotikaland do materialise, it’s also likely to draw thousands of (sex?) tourists from all over the world, boosting the Brazilian economy and no doubt the population.
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