16 May 2012

I'm from the government... I'm here to...

...what the f*****' f***...
The Museum of Science and Technology is hosting Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition, opening Thursday.

Initially aimed at children 12 and up, organizers quickly boosted the admission age to 16 after some parents were aghast at the graphic displays.

The exhibit includes floor-to-ceiling photos of nude toddlers, children, teens and adults, and an array of heated, flavoured and textured condoms rolled over wooden dildos

There are listening stations with pre-written questions and push button audio answers.

Next to a printed question asking, 'Why do many boys always want to have anal sex?' sexologist Jamy Ryan responds that not all boys want to do it, but: "If you are comfortable trying that activity, go ahead and do it. It could be fun for you, but if you are not, you don't really have to do it."

Next to a question about pregnancy, the recording assures listeners that abortions are available at medical clinics and at 14 years old, you don't need to tell your parents.

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"My doctor asked for a cancer screening lab test at my latest medical. Not covered by OHIP, but sex change operations are?"

"Does OHIP have enough money for one and not the other?"
Gotta have priorities, right?


Mr Fabre’s acclaimed efforts at horizon-expanding include Preparatio Mortis, a piece unveiled at the Vienna International Dance Festival and which entertained us no end with its combination of moths, underwear and staggering pretension.

While writhing in her bra and panties, the dancer, Annabelle Chambon, was tasked with nothing less than “an attempt to reconcile life and death.” Or as one commenter suggested, to reconcile boredom with public subsidy.

LAST WORD: Ask a Conservative
-- OTTAWA -- Curators hosting a raunchy sex exhibit for schools are getting a spanking from the heritage minister.

"It is clear this exhibit does not fit within that mandate. This content cannot be defended, and is insulting to taxpayers."

It cost $800,000 to build. The Museum of Science and Technology gets about $30 million from federal taxpayers per year.