Sunday, January 25, 2015


Sharpen your game at FIAF's Undressed: The Art of Sex & Seduction


The French are responsible for some of our favorite things: polo shirts, champagne, and Eva Green.

But did they also invent the ways of love? That's the focus of Undressed: The Art of Sex & Seduction, where you'll become an expert in all things amorous.

Starting next week at FIAF, this series of events features sexperts and specialists who will discuss everything from art and politics to those special regions that make us feel tingly.

First up is “Did The French Invent Love?” — a panel on the Gallic origins of nookie with The New Yorker's Judith Thurman, authors and a historian.

  Rundown Reward: Send us your name at by noon Sunday for your chance to win two free tickets to "Did the French Invent Love?"

Need something spicier? Head to “Vive la Fantaisie! Inside the Erotic Mind.” It's a frank discussion of what secretly whets the sexual appetites of Americans and Europeans. If that doesn't make for lively conversation over cocktails afterward, nothing will.

Follow that foreplay with “Behind the Boudoir: The Secrets of Sex Appeal,” a look at the science behind the scents, sounds, and tastes that get your partner revved up. Think of it as a master class on aphrodisiacs.
Hot and bothered and need somewhere to go afterwards? Try this.

Undressed: The Art of Sex & Seduction
Wednesday, November 20—Monday, December 9
55 E. 59th St. (Madison Ave.), Upper East Side
Tickets: $25-65 here

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