Based in Vienna, the Austrian International School Of Sex (AISOS), set up the enterprising Ylva-Maria Thompson (below), will cost pupils £1400 to attend
The Swedish-born ‘headmistress’ welcomes anyone older than 16 to enrol at what she describes as “the world’s first college of applied sexuality”.
“Our core education is not theoretical, but very practical. The emphasis is on how to be a better lover”, the Swedish-born love expert added.
“Sexual positions, caressing techniques, anatomical features. And we teach people hands on.”
Thompson presents an intriguing question on the schol’s website:
“You have trained your mind, your muscles, your fitness, but how much time have you spent developing your skills at what really matters… love?”
She promises to develop practical skills that will change not only her pupils’ lives, but also the lives of the people they decide to partner with.
“In short, we teach the art of giving and receiving sexual pleasure,” she says.
Students live in a mixed sex dormitory block where they’re expected to practise their homework.
Contraception will be available at no extra cost.
However, the idea is not without controversy; as usual, the wowsers have kicked up a fuss.
Sexy advertisements showing a couple in the throes of passion have already been banned by Austrian TV.
“This is wrapped up in a very stylish way but it is just selling sex,” one protestor commented.
WATCH THE BANNED AISOS ADVERT:
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