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Counter Intelligence: Peek at the First Sex Theme Park

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    Counter Intelligence: Peek at the First Sex Theme Park
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    Visitors try to get a glimpse of "Love Land," billed as China's first-ever sex theme park, in southwest China's Chongqing municipality.

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    • The world's first sex theme park is scheduled to open in China. "Love Land" has sex installations -- including a revolving model of a woman's legs and lower torso in a red thong and an oversized statue of genitals -- and will offer sex technique workshops. Residents described the park as "vulgar" and are trying to block its opening. Park proponents argue they are trying to improve sex education.
       
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