Hacker News – The Museum of Sex in London, England has just released a video series showing how its “Sexy Bathrooms” exhibit aims to highlight the health benefits of using the restroom.
The series is part of the museum’s ongoing series of events, called #MUSK, which will run until March 22.
The “Sexiest Bathroom” exhibition is the museum first video series and follows on from its previous series of #MUSE.
The #Muse series has focused on how the use of public restrooms can be good for your health and well-being, including exploring the health effects of stress, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.
The museum’s Sexy Bathroom series has featured in more than 100 museums across the world, including the Smithsonian Museum of American History, the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, and the Smithsonian Tropical Science Museum in Miami.
The #Musk series is a continuation of the #MISK series that was launched in 2015 and which has focused more on health topics.
The first #Muss, a documentary series about the history of the condom, aired on PBS in 2015.
The second series, #MASS, is now in its third year and focuses on the history and history-making of the AIDS virus.
In addition to the #MITMUSE series, the museum also hosts the #Dance with the Dead #MUSTHELP campaign, a series of workshops on dance, music, and sexuality that explores how the arts can be a tool for addressing societal issues like HIV/AIDS and gender identity.MUSKER Magazine has a full list of all the #MAUSK events happening in March.
In addition to #MARTY, the #HOLIDAYMUSk series will also be celebrating Mardi Gras, the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, with an #MardiGras Day in the Museum series.