Erotic Heritage Museum
The Erotic Heritage Museum (EHM) is a 24,000 sq ft (2,200 m2) area with 17,000 sq ft (1,600 m2) dedicated to displays on the history of erotica and is located at 3275 Industrial Road in Paradise, Nevada. The grand patron of the Museum is Harry Mohney, founder of the Déjà Vu strip club chain. The museum opened on August 2, 2008. The museum ceased operations February 19, 2014. The museum, reopened on June 7, 2014 as Harry Mohney's Erotica Museum.
The museum is under the direction of Curator, Dr. McIlvenna and Resident Curator, Dorian Gomez. Dr. Ted McIlvenna, of the Exodus Trust, is housing portions of his archives in the Erotic Heritage Museum. The Exodus Trust archives consists of 40 years of collecting and preserving all genres of the erotic imagination. The Exodus Trust also owns and manages the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, California, offering degrees related to human sexuality and sexual health. The museum also has erotic photography, film and artifacts from around the world. International and Local artists are also featured at the museum. Erotic films from the early 1900s are highlighted at the museum. The Erotic Heritage Museum also holds workshops, lectures, film clubs and live performances of erotic poetry, dance and music.
The Museum seeks to bridge the gap between that which is commercial and often misidentified as pornographic, with that which is aesthetic, often identified as folk, pop, and fine art through a common visual language. In keeping with the legacy of the American Sexual Revolution, the Museum is dedicated to the belief that sexual pleasure and fun are natural aspects of the human experience, that such pleasure must be made available to all, and that our individual sexuality belongs to each of us.
The Erotic Heritage Museum features following displays on the first floor:
- Deflowering instruments from different cultures
- Sculptures of sexual organs
- Cardboard life-size cutouts of famous porn stars
- Erotically themed photographs, sketches, paintings
- Wall of Shame: articles about political, religious or celebrity personalities connected to sexual scandals
- The Larry Flynt Exhibit
- The Chicken Ranch Exhibit
- The Auto-Erotic Chair
- The Star Wars XXX Exhibit
- The Bettie Page Exhibit
- Antique erotic post-cards
- Transgender materials
- Sexually inclined historic artifacts
- Sex toys
- Porcelain figurines
- Plaster replicas of famous porn stars’ genitalia
- Celebrity Sex Scandals Exhibit
The second floor is mainly devoted to erotic art, some of it available for sale. The presented pieces include paintings, sketches, water colors, porcelain figurines, sculptures, carved wood objects and in their genre range from classic to abstract. 
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