ErotikaLand: Brazil’s Sexy (And Adult Only) Answer To Disney


You just can’t make this stuff up! Paulo Merielles is a Brazilian businessman with a dream: To open a sex themed amusement part complete with nearby short stay hotels for guests that need to work off some…tension.

Via Veja Sao Paulo (with an assist from Google translator):

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A kind of Hopi Hari sex. Thus, the businessman Paulo Meirelles defines ErotikaLand, the first erotic country park, scheduled to open in late 2017. It is a very ambitious project: an estimated investment of R $ 80 million in an area of 150 000 square meters in area Piracicaba, an hour and a half from the state capital.

Hopi Hari is Brazil’s version of Disney and ErotikaLand sounds like just the kind of destination for mom and dad after dealing with the chaos of a kiddie park!

Here’s an artist’s rendition of the proposed park:

Did you noticve the walls around the entrance look suspiciously like a woman's shave public area?

Did you notice the walls around the entrance look suspiciously like a woman’s shave public area?

The theme park will have, according to the New York Times, bumper cars shaped like the parts we bump together, an erotic museum, a Ferris wheel that you can see out of but not into and something called “Cinema 7D” which lets you feel the action on the screen. I’m a little fuzzy on that last one but suspect it’s something like this:

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mypS7VfwZLI]

And if you get a little overheated, you can take a nice dip in the nudist pool complete with “flirtatious point staff.” But, no, you can’t have sex with them. This is a classy establishment!

As mentioned earlier, there will be nearby “hotels” owned by the park where the patrons can rent a room for an hour or two to have sex before heading back to the park to ride the “Train of pleasure” that VSP describes as, “a ‘erotic ghost train “, but in place of hauntings, there gogo boys and girls gogo.” Please excuse the Google translation. I imagine the restaurants will have very…creative menus, giving a whole new meaning to “eating out.” (Sorry, couldn’t resist.)

Nearby towns and cities are trying to block the park, worried that while Brazil already has a reputation for being sexually uninhibited thanks to the yearly Carnival, a sex theme park might be going a little too far

“We cannot be known as the capital of sex,” Matheus Erler, a member of the Christian Socialist Party who leads the Piracicaba City Council, told reporters. He said he was worried that the park would attract “debauched individuals.”

I dunno, sounds like a fun trip to me!


Featured image via Divulgação

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