Erotic Heritage Museum Plans Saturday Fundraiser

LAS VEGAS — The Erotic Heritage Museum will host its first benefit, Lost Souls Night, on Saturday, Nov. 8 from 8 p.m.-2 a.m. The After Halloween Street Party will feature a raffle and a silent auction with proceeds going directly to the museum.

Entertainers donating their services include bands Another Hugh Jass Production and First Harvest, fire performances by Arsenal of Fire led by Antonio Restivo, rope bondage by Mateo and his models, palm and tarot reading by Dr. Susie Rae, and DJ by Williya. Additional support for the event will come from Absolute Beverage, Topco, VCX, House of Gord, The Pointed Hats, The Love Boutique and The Adult Emporium.

The Erotic Heritage Museum encompasses more than 24,000 square feet of permanent and changeable exhibit space and places a special emphasis on the unfolding of the American sexual revolution of the 20th century. With an archive that fills 25 warehouses, the museum collection provides rich material for rotating exhibitions organized by the curatorial staff. Items in the collection represent a wide spectrum of behaviors and attitudes, including many rarities never before available to the public including important documents of science, history and art.

The museum supports academic pursuits and research through the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, The American College of Sexologists and other affiliated academic associations and organizations. The museum is owned and managed by the Exodus Trust, a nonprofit California trust. The Erotic Heritage Museum is located at 3275 Industrial Rd. in Las Vegas and is open from 12 p.m.-12 a.m. daily, closed Mondays. There is an admission charge. All visitors must be 18 years of age or older.

For more information about Lost Souls Night, visit the Erotic Heritage Museum website.