But neighbors of the park now under construction in Chongquing in southwest China are not happy with what they see, The Guardian reports.
"These things are too exposed," said Liu Daiwei, a woman who works as a police officer. "I will feel uncomfortable looking at them when other people are around."
Lu Xiaoqing, who manages the park, said it is modeled on one in South Korea.
"Sex is a taboo subject in China but people really need to have more access to information about it," he told China Daily.
"We are building the park for the good of the public. I have found that the majority of people support my idea, but I have to pay attention and not make the park look vulgar and nasty."
The park is to include exhibits on the history of sex and sexual habits in foreign countries.
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