As if those 42 kooky, kinky films weren’t enough to satisfy, this week seems to be a particularly raunchy one for local theater and performance.

Wednesday afternoon, as part of their weekly “Rattle & Reel” film series, Sunshine Cinema invited caregivers to bring kids to a screening of Lars von Trier’s NC-17-rated Nymphomaniac. “Adults pay normal admission prices but all babies are FREE!” read the theater’s website. According to manager Hanlon Smith-Dorsey, exactly one person toted an infant to the show.

That evening, a Montreal-based show popped NYC’s Porn Karaoke cherry at R Bar. “Come make nasty noises & fake orgasms on a microphone as porn stars fuck on a big screen!” beckoned the event’s Facebook page. Moaners and grunters improvised audio to coincide with 20-second clips of a variety of visuals (“You could end up with anything from lesbian porn to pterodactyl porn,” host Kita St Cyr told the Daily News). Porn Karoke will go down again at R Bar on April 23 (tickets are $5).

If you like your porn in more than 20 second increments, Spectacle in Williamsburg is presenting “Man in Man: Gay Porn Classics from Hand in Hand Studios.” The series, running though April 24, consists of three “diverse, romantic hardcore features” from the ’70s, restored by Bijou Videos in Chicago. Tickets are $5; the films are Drive (about a scientist kidnapped for crafting an anti-libido drug), Adam and Yves (filmed in Paris, complete with a bathroom orgy and a Greta Garbo cameo), and The Idol (a story about college athletics, told in flashback from a funeral).

Finally, for the next three Fridays and Saturdays, the ensemble behind the sketch show Blogologues will mount “Dat A.S.S. (Annual Sex Show!)” at The Cow on the Lower East Side. “The basic premise of what we do is we perform the Internet,” said Jen Jamula, a creator of Blogologues. To find material, the cast scours sites from Yelp and Craigslist to Is It Normal? and Crabby Old Fart, said Blogologues co-creator Allison Goldberg.

“Dat A.S.S.” features a live music video about bronies (male fans of My Little Pony) set to Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse,” a love story told through real Tindr messages, and a prom night lecture inspired by the Facebook page Parents Against Weird Sex [PAWS].

Everyone who buys a $20 ticket receives a a gift bag, valued at $150. “We have vibrators, we have cock rings, we have anal beads,” said Goldberg. Also: spanking paddles. “The giftbag is by far the most explicit part of the show,” she said, before explaining a sketch from the last Blogologues run.

Our last show was fame-themed, and we found a website called Fame Daddy that claimed to have celebrity semen so that you could have a celebrity sperm donor, essentially. And for that, I played a homeless lady who stood outside of award shows and would taser celebrities and jerk them off. I would pull bottles out that were theoretically full of semen although it was actually coconut water, and at one point I sprayed it all over myself and the audience was just like horrified and screaming. It was amazing. That scene is probably way dirtier than anything we have in the sex show.