I like to think I’m a pretty open-minded person and that it takes a lot to faze me, but my resolve was tested this week as I added our newest thing to do in London: Amora – The Academy of Sex and Relationships.
You may have heard of it, as it has received plenty of press attention since opening on April 18, mainly due to its location. I love our British friends, but let’s be honest, they aren’t exactly known for their wild and inventive sex lives. In fact the image that most often springs to mind when I hear the two words “England” and “sex” put in the same sentence, tends to revolve around drunk English backpackers in Ibiza and the Greek Islands on their yearly summer holiday looking for a bit of fun. Not to mention that phrase – “Close your eyes and think of England…”
With this in mind, I was quite surprised (and a little pleased for the female population of England!) to hear that London was to be the home of such an attraction, a world first in fact. Focusing on educating the public on all things to do with sex and relationships, Amora leaves no stone unturned in the quest for satisfaction. As I read through the information describing the exhibits and interactive zones, I began to wonder exactly how descriptive our listing on the attraction should be.
Amora offers everything from advice on how to improve your flirting, to how to find the elusive G-spot, not to mention the Amora Boutique which stocks an extensive range of sex toys and enhancements. There are also sex advisors on hand to answer your questions and numerous exhibits dealing with improving sexual technique.
Oh my…I can see Viator suddenly popping up on a whole new range of Google searches!
As I typed the descriptions for each “zone” of Amora, I found myself giggling like a school girl at the very mention of the G-spot and the “Spankometer”. This made be question whether this attraction would offend visitors to the Viator site. With this in mind I guess we come to the very point of Amora – to crash through the barriers and take sex off the “taboo” list.
Amora deals with issues that most people are too embarrassed to openly discuss or ask advice about, and most importantly it does so in a safe non -judgemental environment.
So if you are browsing the Viator site, looking for something a bit different to do in London, why not check out Amora and see what all the fuss is about. Come back from your visit and tell us all about it, we are keen to hear what you think!
Let’s hope Amora is a huge success and we see a whole new generation of British men seducing the ladies of the world with more imaginative pick up lines than “Fancy a shag luv?”…