Friday, November 08, 2019
Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is calling itself "the G-spot of Europe" in a controversial marketing campaign. The city's tourist board Go Vilnius launched the concept last year, upsetting some traditionalists including the bishop of Vilnius. An erotic promotional poster from the creative depicts a woman lying down on a sheet printed with a map and closing her eyes as if in pleasure. She clutches the sheets at the spot where Vilnius is located.
The city also produced a website that encourages visitors to "get down to business" and "build your personal pleasure map." Visitors can create their own "pleasure map" by taking a test on the site, which claims to reveal recommendations based on their preferences.
This quiz includes statements like, "There is no such thing as too much tongue," "real pleasure doesn't come without breaking a sweat," and "the right accessories can enhance any experience."
It then breaks down 48 activities fitted for users.
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