MoSex, the new Museum of Sex, five years in the making and opening next week in a former retail space and reputedly a recent brothel on Fifth Avenue and 27th Street, is not taking its X rating lying down. Though carefully located at least feet away from any church or school and exhibiting enough pornography to draw condemnation as MoSmut from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, it bids to be taken seriously, say its organizers, who call it the first institution in the United States to bring the study of sex to a popular audience. And where else could it go, said Daniel Gluck, its year-old executive director and a former painter, sculptor and computer entrepreneur, but New York, ''a city bold enough, big enough, bad enough, bizarre enough and brazen enough to have a sexual history unlike that of any other.
Is sex addiction real? I was never particularly convinced, until one afternoon spent in a dark theater in Si Racha, Thailand, changed my mind. They relapse they hole up and order hookers ; then they find strength anew and start counting days again.
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No one has favorited this theater yet. When I used to get off the Subway at Seventh Ave and 53rd Street, walking down into Times Square was always a matter of dodging street-hawkers trying to lure you inside the various adult establishments that lined the strip. Never mind that my pals and I were like 15 or 16 years old!
From his new home base in Brooklyn, the British novelist and firebrand talks to David Wallace-Wells about sex, porn, rioting, the difference between London and New York, and the dwindling fortunes of postmodernist literature and American empire. Is it unfair to read that subtitle literally? My novel is very far from being that.