Expose Yourself to These 5 NSFW Attractions Around the World for Some R-Rated Culture

Whatever gets you off.

What's on your wanderlust bucket list?

For some, it includes climbing Machu Picchu, for others... it’s posing with giant phalluses for adolescent giggles and cheeky Instagram snaps. Hey, you do you.

If you fall into that second category, jot down these five R-rated (maybe even X-rated?) attractions that give new meaning to #travelporn:

1.  Get Your Rocks Off

A popular tourist attraction in southern Norway, Trollpikken is a rock formation with a very primitive, photo-friendly protrusion. Sneak a peek at the Instagram geotag for some totally safe-for-work snaps. (The eggplant emoji is a universal language.) Sadly, the hot spot has recently gone, well, flaccid. Experts say vandals severed the hard rock, Lorena Bobbitt style. But it’s set to be reassembled thanks to donations from some folks who really love nature.

2.  Pot Porn

Inside the erotic gallery at the Larco Museum, located in Lima, Peru, museum-goers can learn how ancient civilizations got freaky thanks to the world’s largest collection of kinky archaeological finds. Porn has been circulating since the caveman days, but a lot of sexytime artifacts (like those found in the gallery) were destroyed by bashful Spanish conquerors, making the size of this museum’s assortment extra impressive. Besides the usual phallic symbols, ceramic pots depicting a range of sexual positions and acts will make you blush.

Some interesting pre-columbian pottery in Peru... ba ha ha ha #eroticpottery

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3.  Who Says Museums Are Boring?

In the heart of Amsterdam, tourists are greeted by two huge plastic phalluses — inside the city’s Sexmuseum. Touted as the world's first and oldest sex museum, the Dutch destination boasts a collection of pictures, paintings, objects, recordings, and even attractions (see: plastic phalluses) devoted to carnal knowledge, including pornographic Pompeian plates, erotic 14th-century Viennese bronzes, and some of the world’s earliest sexts a.k.a nudie pics. Plus, the museum’s rooms are dedicated to different sexual pioneers like the Mata Hari, the Marquis de Sade, Rudolf Valentino, Oscar Wilde, and more.

Hellooo #Amsterdam! #streetphotography #sexmuseum

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4.  Toy Story

Over the years, the founder of San Francisco-based sex toy store Good Vibrations became known for her interesting collection of, fittingly, antique vibrators. So much so, that customers began mailing in the buzzy gadgets that they found at flea markets and, um ew, their relatives’ homes, helping to create the Antique Vibrator Museum. As its website states, “your great-great-grandmother might have owned a vibrator.” But we’d rather not think about that. The pulsating devices, which date from the late 1800s through the 1970s, are on view in the shop located on Polk Street, as well as through a virtual online tour. Some of the WTF contraptions include Dr. Macaura's Pulsocon Blood Circulator that required a not-so-handy hand crank, the Detwiller pneumatic vibrator from 1906 that ran on compressed gas, and the Rolling Pin Heat Massager. After a visit to the museum, you’ll be thankful for the invention of batteries.

Very important tourist destination. #historical #antiquevibratormuseum #goodvibrations

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5.  Coming Soon?

Once set to open in Brazil in 2018, ErotikaLand would have been almost like Disneyland... and yet not. The adults-only theme park had been expected to feature an erotic museum, a nudist pool, naughty games, a sex shop, a snack bar serving aphrodisiacs, and a 7-D cinema offering viewers the chance to experience different vibrations and temperatures while watching a roster of X-rated flicks. Plus, the park was set to have a Ferris wheel with privacy booths, allowing riders to get busy with a view. And let's not forget the water slide! But if that all appeals to you, you should know that plans for the park were indefinitely — and possibly permanently — scrapped last month due to Brazil's economic recession. 

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