The first section is satirical - it humourosly shows humanized animals performing tasks such as playing musical instruments, climbing trees to pick fruit, quarelling and driving chariots. The second section is erotic - it explicitly shows a bearded man engaging in various different acrobatic sex acts with a female courtesan.
The papyrus is said to represent attitudes towards sex in Egypt that were very relaxed and erotic, yet also discreet and kept behind closed doors. The papyrus was "completed" (since framgments are missing) digitally by Wild Dream Films in 2009, as part of a documentary for the History Channel titled Sex In The Ancient World - Egyptian Erotica. It is on display today in the Museo Egizio in Turin.