The Triennale Design Museum presents a major exhibition to analyze the relationship between sex and design. The modes, forms and strategies with which sexuality is incorporated in things, an instrument of knowledge for both designers and users. The heart of the show is a selection, curated by Silvana Annicchiarico, that intertwines historical, mythological and anthropological roots to reach the present, with over 200 archaeological relics, drawings, photographs, useful objects and works by international artists and designers. The idea is to get beyond stereotypes, false modesty and facile scandal-making: from urns to red Etruscan figures, phallic amulets to drawings by Piero Fornasetti and the photographs of Carlo Mollinoand Ettore Sottsass, the Mae West sofa by Salvador Dalíto the surprising and provocative Great Wall of Vagina by Jamie McCartney, formed by moulds of the genitals of 400 women.