London is home to some of the weirdest and craziest attractions the world has ever seen.
And a new type of sight-seeing has been revealed just in time for Sexual Health Week, running from September 13 onwards.
Favourites such as Mrs Lovett are featured in images and videos exposing her ankles, in a cooking demonstration full of innuendos about the comical history of sexual health during the 1800s.
Mrs Lovett uses humour and irony to teach viewers about safer sex practices and testing, as well as the misinformation and mistakes people tend to make due to lack of sex education.
If you’re a subscriber, all proceeds will go towards the sexual health charity Brook.
Their work ensures to raise awareness about accessible sexual health services and destigmatising the sexual health discussions.
Dougie Boyd, Director of Education at Brook, said: “While STIs and sexual health are certainly no laughing matter, talking about them does not need to be serious.
“We find one of the biggest barriers to good sexual health is a lack of conversation – if people are too embarrassed to talk about their bodies or their concerns then they won’t have the confidence to get tested.
“OnlyFans is the perfect place to meet misinformation and stigma head on, and in partnership with the London Dungeon we are doing exactly that, using humour to destigmatise and normalise these conversations in order to empower people to confidently manage their sexual health.”
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A London Dungeon spokesperson added: “Our infamous London Dungeon characters have turned to OnlyFans with a mission to make the scary into sexy and educational, creating hilarious content for fans to enjoy and hopefully learn from.
“By shining a light on the misinformation of our past, on the platforms where we’re exploring our sexuality, we’re hoping we can get this new generation comfortable and confident when it comes to talking about sex, having safe sex and getting tested.”
As well as the launch of the OnlyFans account, the partnership has also seen the renaming of the attraction’s Tavern to ‘The Cock and Beaver’ as a not so subtle reminder for those visiting on the importance of regular sexual health check-ups.
Tickets to visit the London Dungeon are available to pre-book now via www.thedungeons.com/london/tickets-prices/
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