Mojo Mustapha - Director
If you would like to receive a Free Press Pass to visit the Members area of World Art Erotica for an article or news-story be sure to include details of the the media organization you will be representing.


Montreal, Canada - In the never-ending controversy over pornography on the web there has been a disconcerting tendency to label ANY sensual site as pornographic. Once a web site deals with sexuality it is often cast in a negative light or ignored by the mainstream media.

World Art Erotica has been working hard to counter this trend by promoting erotic art as part of our international cultural heritage. It is not wrong to portray images of intimacy. There is something liberating in seeing our ancestors making ecstatic love. It helps us feel less ashamed for having the same carnal desires. In doing so, perhaps we also become a little more tolerant of the different forms human sexuality can take.

Yet even today, most countries in the world suppress artistic expressions of sexual enjoyment. Ironically, some of the sexually conservative countries of today such as China and India were once the most progressive and enlightened in their attitudes and teachings towards human sexuality. India is a perfect example of this phenomenon. Still famous as the birthplace of the Kama Sutra and Tantric sexuality, the India of today is very different. Mr. Mojo Mustapha, director of World Art Erotica and, himself Indian origin notes, "One would be hard pressed to find a "modern" Indian, who makes love without guilt, shame or fear. Their sensual past has been forgotten."

As with real life museums there is an admission fee. However, unlike the one-time entrance fee of a physical museum, the World Art Erotica admission fee allows unlimited entry.

World Art Erotica has a unique collection of high quality images showcasing erotic art from Africa to India to classical Europe. As well, there are beautiful exhibits of lesbian and homosexual erotica throughout the ages.

As part of its policy to promote positive images of sexuality, World Art Erotica allows its members to freely download and save images from the gallery. Members can then use the images as they wish. For instance, they can decorate their personal or company website. They can e-mail an image to a friend. They can even print it out and frame it. One of our members wrote, "very few museums allow you to take copies of the art home with you as part of the admission price."

If a journalist from your organization would like to "enter" the membership area to do a more in-depth review of the site then please e-mail us with a request for a free Media Press Pass. This would consist of a special temporary password and login that would allow you to enter the World Art Erotica Member's Area in the same manner as a customer would.

Thank you and we hope you enjoy your visit to World Art Erotica. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Should you decide to do a story on the World Art Erotica Museum you are welcome to use any of the art images on our website.

Humans everywhere make love. No matter what race, creed or culture. It is the celebration of this fact that led to our creation.

From 2004-2015, many of the World Art Erotica original artworks were stored at the Hedonisia Hawaii EcoFeminist Community. They were saved from the destruction of the 2018 Kilauea volcano eruption and are now housed at the Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas.

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