The Amsterdam Sex Museum Tour with Eve

08:44 Mar 01, 2018 17 comments 14657 178

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How could I visit the Red Light District and not go see the famous Sex Museum? Here's my little guided tour for you, I highly recommend you visit if you're ever in the Dutch capital, it's well worth a visit. 💋


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  • Satan666 on 2018-03-14 04:51:22 (UTC)

    Hmmm... Lust... My favorite sin... Well that and pride.

    • A Eve on 2018-03-17 00:19:52 (UTC)

      Mine is totally sloth

  • MadWithLust on 2018-03-03 00:36:46 (UTC)

    Thanks for the tour! They totally need to feature Eraudica for breaking new ground in audio erotica! And for Stay With Me's "Incredible Sexiness in a Romance Novel"!

    But I don't think they'll be featuring any of your moans in the displays...there'd always be a line of people unable to resist wanking for that dreamy voice of yours!:P

    • A Eve on 2018-03-07 14:09:03 (UTC)

      haha well thank you MWL! It would be quite the thrill to see my book there, but I imagine something like 50 Shades would make it there long before I would. 😘

  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2018-03-02 02:43:33 (UTC)

    Just finished watching the last 2/3s of your most excellent guided tour and it had me grinning the whole time! Far from being dirty or salacious (well, except perhaps the shifty flasher - pssst...hey! :P), there's a genuine charm to the exhibits and I would definitely make a point of visiting if life's roads ever led me to Amsterdam. Or it would be so fantastic if they could go on an international tour.

    When you said you'd heard better I bet the GWA guys would just be over the moon to hear that compliment coming from you. 😉 As it was, those man moans wouldn't be out of place in a vintage '70s Euro-porn flick. And those mannequins, mildly creepy in a fun way but did you know there actually is a paraphilia that describes an attraction to these? It's 'agalmatophilia' from the Greek 'statue love'.

    Those chastity belts - yikes! They look like torture devices straight out of any dungeon in Westeros. Definitely brutal and I wouldn't imagine it was at all healthy to wear them all the time, with all that chafing against the metal and possible infection. A clear physical embodiment of shaming normal sexual desire and how the intention can lead to disastrously misguided or even harmful turns.

    At a mere 5 euro this place is more than worth the price of admission. Thank you, Eve, for bringing me along on the best field trip I've been on in a long time!

    • A Eve on 2018-03-07 14:10:04 (UTC)

      Aww, I'm glad you liked it! There's a museum of prostitution nearby that I didn't get a chance to see, but which I'll visit next time and film if they'll let me.

  • Matthew on 2018-03-01 21:05:41 (UTC)

    Hi Nearest and Dearest Eve What fantastic museum i especially like the revolving cock cake and those sex moans and as for the woman playing with that mans testicles i found it very funny, i thought those giant penis were fab, i must say there were a lot of flashers there also , awesome , Eve Ever thought of being a sex tour guide because you kept me glued to the screen how fantastic of you ps i forgot to tell you about that heart shaped charm -which i mentioned yesterday, you should get about, march 23 all being well i'm tell this because there was not a gift option to let you know who sent it thanks again for you awesome guided tour round the sex museum , i so love you black nails they look very gothic if you get my meaning LOL

    • A Eve on 2018-03-07 14:10:39 (UTC)

      Thank you, I knew I'd be fliming with the black corset so I got black nails just for the occasion. 😘

  • SamuelXD on 2018-03-01 19:45:52 (UTC)

    The Museum looks so fun. I would actually like to travel to Amsterdam just to see the Museum..... who am I kidding, I want to go visit the District too!!!! 😁

    • A Eve on 2018-03-07 14:11:20 (UTC)

      haha you really should! It's definitely worth a visit, it's a really charming city and the easy going nature of the RLD is very refreshing.

  • ShadowMoon on 2018-03-01 19:11:34 (UTC)

    You've just given me the biggest smile that I could get today, Eve. It's so refreshing to see a place that displays sex so openly and both treats it with respect and has fun with it. I love that it shows pieces from all cultures all around the world throughout history. This is a sexual world, always has been and always will be. 😎 The animatronics were my personal favorite. The fact that someone put that much engineering into it makes me think I'm in the wrong field of science. 😅

    I also rather enjoyed your time with the twins. I knew there would be no way you could walk away from those without touching them. Mmmm, the sweet spot. 😉 You did seem to spend a lot of time with them. Maybe you can see if they will move them to your house if they change exhibits? You could trade them for having some of your books on display. OH! Better yet - why not a self guided walking tour audio recorded by you (feel free to leave in all of your moans as you describe each piece. 😍) Anyway you get to it, I think that you deserve a place here where your work promoting sex positive society would be celebrated. You've done so much for men and women around the world, probably in ways you don't even know yet, and you will leave a legacy of love, sexual freedom, positive body image, and the importance of intimacy in the world. Thank you for being you and sharing her with the world. 😙

    P.S. I will definitely be going here when I get to Amsterdam. Not that I'm not interested in all of the culture, architecture, beautiful waterways and such, but I want to see if I might find some of your legacy in that museum one day- even if its just finger prints on a cement cock. 😛

    • A Eve on 2018-03-07 14:11:52 (UTC)

      haha yes, if you dare you can touch the cocks Eve touched :P

  • NerdyNick on 2018-03-01 17:52:49 (UTC)

    This is completely off topic and don't really expect you reply, but I was wondering if you could give an honest answer to this. I asked this on the Eve's Guide - Friend Zone audio (which I aware you chose not to reply to any comments because there were so many) and when I commented I was frustrated because I've heard you say this multiple times. And it just doesn't seem to match up with how things are currently in 2018. I've calmed down since then and I'm going to be as mature, polite and civil as possible, so I REALLY hope you reply Eve because I want to know, please. Do you really believe women are still Sex-Shamed and Victim-Blamed?

    Now don't get me wrong, I won't deny that there might be a portion of the population that still do those things, but the vast majority? I'm aware you don't live in America, (apparently from what some commentators told me, I just assumed you did by default) but you can't be unaware of the current witch hunt for men that's going on right now. Victim-Blaming was already rare to begin with, after MeToo, it might as well be practically extinct. And in regards to the Sex-Shaming claim...

    Not sure if you ever really stop to think about this Eve, but it's socially acceptable to mock a man for not being able to give a woman an orgasm... Think about that, If a woman openly states how her man can't give her an orgasm, it's humiliation in the man's part, not the woman's. In fact, woman practically gets sympathy for it. If a woman buys or owns sex toys, it's viewed as sexy or normal. If a man buys or owns sex toys, it's viewed as creepy or weird. Ask any man if he can enter a sex shop and buy like a flesh-light (which already sounds creepy/cringy to say out loud) without a little shame or embarrassment. Not sure if it's the same for women, I'd imagine it's not, and even if it is I just confirmed now that women have nothing to feel ashamed about. In fact, most people would encourage it. It almost seems weird for a woman NOT to have at least on sex toy... And one more thing, the sound of sex whether it be joking, games, movies, books etc. is a woman moaning, groaning, panting, screaming etc. So where is this sex-shame?

    • ShadowMoon on 2018-03-01 19:40:29 (UTC)

      Hello Nick. Thank you for your insight. I thought I might add my own thoughts to the discussion. No obligation to listen, though. I just like to share. 😊 You bring up some interesting points about sex shame for men, and I do believe that sex in itself is still mostly shamed by society, at least it is here in the US. Open discussion about adult entertainment, sex work, even erotica novels seems to be taboo and things most talk about behind closed doors, or make jokes about when those things do come to light. Sex shame does exist for both men and women.

      But I think the term sex shame might be missing the portion that is specific for women and very real. I don't like to use the word, but for the sake of discussion, "slut" shaming is something unique to them. In a lot cases, a woman showing any open sexual behavior becomes branded with the word as a derogatory term, one that the rest of society looks down on and is hard to shake. Where we as men are still almost praised for our sexual conquests (just visit a college campus), a woman in the same position would be be seen as a slut. I agree that the MeToo movement has changed things, but that is more so in the context of consent and coercion than views on what society accepts as healthy sexual behavior. That's still a fight to be had. If I was to sum it up, then, and correct me if I am wrong, but I do not know if there is a male equivalent to the word slut. If there was, maybe this would be a different discussion. I welcome positive feedback, though, if you have something to add. I'm always willing to look at things from a different perspective. 😃

      • NerdyNick on 2018-03-01 20:48:44 (UTC) (edited)

        @ShadowMoon "You bring up some interesting points about sex shame for men" I was bringing it up as a one or two as counter-claims to her sex-shaming claim. I wasn't complaining, most men (including myself) don't really care how poorly we're treated. I was just pointing the double standards.

        "I do believe that sex in itself is still mostly shamed by society, at least it is here in the US." 1.) What does that even mean? 2.) How so? I'd make the opposite claim. I'd say we're obsessed with sex in the U.S.

        "Open discussion about adult entertainment, sex work, even erotica novels seems to be taboo and things most talk about behind closed doors" Again, what does that mean? Do you mean that as a society we find these things taboo to discuss? Or do you mean we find these things too taboo to discuss in public? Regardless, I don't believe either is true. I just think it's not that interesting to discuss. I know for sure I find the topic of adult entertainment, sex work, even erotica novels just generally interesting discussion topics. And I feel the same is for most people.

        "or make jokes about when those things do come to light." And....? Is there something wrong with there being jokes when these topic are brought up? I thought sex was suppose to be fun. In my opinion, humor and sex go hand and hand. Why do you think some of the most successful jokes comedians tell are sexual?

        "a woman showing any open sexual behavior becomes branded with the word as a derogatory term" 1.) No, it's women who sleep around a lot. And I'm on the fence with this because while I do think it is wrong. It is proven that people that are promiscuous, statically have a higher chance of cheating when in a relationship. 2.) 'Slut' has been and will always be a bad word. If what you're also going at is that the word needs to lose it's negative meaning. Sorry, that's just not happening. It just isn't.

        "Where we as men are still almost praised for our sexual conquests (just visit a college campus)" 1.) No they aren't. It's just that no one cares. Mainly because they don't tend to brag or if they do, it's to close friends. Keep in mind, they're not any better for constantly sleeping around too. Also to back up a second to women sleeping around as well... Why do either gender feel the need to talk about how many people they've slept with? If I slept with 50 women, I'd lie and say 3 or 4. 2.) College Campuses are mainly overrun with feminists and social justice... What? If anything, I'd see women being praised, not men.

        "I agree that the MeToo movement has changed things, but that is more so in the context of consent and coercion than views on what society accepts as healthy sexual behavior. That's still a fight to be had." 1.) The MeToo point was in reference to the victim-blaming point, not sex-shaming. 2.) What does "what society accepts as healthy sexual behavior" even mean? At the end of the day, sex is something you're STILL doing in private. So isn't this whole Sex Justice Warrior point (you, Eve and people similar champion) a bit hypocritical in the end? I mean judging from how you or Eve think people treat sex, wouldn't you want a Utopia where people are just openly having sex in public and no one cares or is that a bit too extreme? I don't know because nothing is explain in exact detail of how sex should be treated.

        "if there is a male equivalent to the word slut." Fuckboy, Man-Whore, Man-Slut

  • billymacorbuddy on 2018-03-01 15:00:51 (UTC)

    Awesome tour Eve. There is something about sexy artwork that I'm really fond of. The spikey chastity belt? Not so much. I wonder if the staff at the museum get tired of listening to that guy cum all day.

    What was the rest of the district like? I picture it just being lined with brothels, but I bet that's not accurate. Is it more geared towards tourists? Or is it a place one could actually go for a good time?

    • A Eve on 2018-03-01 15:12:52 (UTC)

      Oh not at all, it's actually really, really lovely. Lots of narrow cobblestone streets and quaint buildings along the canal, cafes and bookshops, restaurants, art galleries - the red light stuff is just a small part of it, and it just sort of adds to the relaxed vibe of the place. There were a couple of shops that sold cannabis and sex stuff, of course, but it's by no means seedy or trashy. Lots of tourists, of course, because it's right downtown, pretty much as central Amsterdam as you can get, but it's also just very lively and charming. You'd find plenty to do and if you weren't looking for it, you might not even notice the sucky fucky stuff :P