Ads for sex exhibit banned from bus stops

Some risqué (see: awesome) ads for Vancouver’s Science World’s exhibit on sexuality have been banned from bus stops. Ads designed by Rethink Communications, one of which depicts a man lying on top of a woman with casts on her legs, reading “Orgasms kill pain”, and another with a box of tissues, some of which used, accompanied by the caption “Ejaculation fights colds” were rejected by the Pattison Group for public display.

In spite of this, attendance at the exhibit is going strong, and has even broken a record for attendance at the once-a-month, adult-only “Science World After Dark” event. The exhibit, first developed by the Montreal Science Centre, was designed for people 12 and older, but has been a big hit with young adults in their 20’s. The exhibit runs until Labour Day.