A former tour guide at New York City's Museum of Sex filed a lawsuit claiming that she and some of her colleagues were sexually harassed by intoxicated customers and staff, and that the management did not take immediate action when they complained. Katherine McMahon worked as a part-time gallery worker giving tours at the museum from February until December During her almost yearlong employment, she said she endured "constant and persistent sexual harassment from Museum customers," according to a suit filed Wednesday in Manhattan Supreme Court. The harassment ranged from "utterly inappropriate sexual language" to groping, according to the lawsuit.
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Serve your curiosity and be exposed to the evolving cultural significance of human sexuality though exhibitions, experiences and programs. For over fifteen years, the Museum of Sex has sustained its mission to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. The Museum produces exhibitions, experiences, and programs that bring the best of current art science and the study of sexuality to the widest possible audiences. Explore the vast collection of unique artifacts covering over 22, square feet of galleries and exhibitions. View artifacts and works of art that aims to shock, titillate, and inform through eye-popping installations that explore the most taboo of subjects while encouraging playfulness and curiosity about sex. Explore intriguing topics such as the origins of pornography, sex toys across time, as well as Superfun Land, an immersive 4-floor exhibit on the erotic history of carnivals. Experience more by visiting the acclaimed retail store or having a drink in the captivating Night Fever Bar, offering signature libations allows visitors to loosen their inhibitions while creating a sexy and festive atmosphere.
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