Sex ads should be banned not only because of the inappropriate content that affects the values of the society but also because it manipulates the consumer using his instincts. Azouz 2 Marketers always use sexual provocative images that sometimes are not even related to neither the brand nor the story of the ad itself. Sex In ads is only a hook to grab the audience’s attention. In most cases, there is either a sexual insinuation or sexual innuendos or inappropriate sexual poses that is sometimes not related to the product. Rebecca Chacko commented on this in her article ”the Mystery of Sex in Advertisements” “the racy nature” of the sex advertisement catch the audiences and make them unintentionally engaged with the ad.
A life in erotic cinematic film also known as skinematography can become a rewarding career and punishing career. An example in pornography could be a camera and two people having sex it can sometimes be over a dozen people having sex. However people in today’s time keep in the shadows and say that pornography is something they hold equal to a painting of some of the greats, on the other side of the scale non-viewers of erotic films will say they are obscene trash and often view the common spectators as dirty minded fiends. But those men and women sometimes have what can be looked at as an addiction or a habit that is accept and promoted today. Pornography is not just smut, it can be clean.
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For example, Emperor Li Yu of the tang dynasty believed small feet were sexy, so he began the tradition of feet binding. However, porn has now become the “golden standard of sex” and the sex we all have in our day-to-day lives is repulsive or abominable (Gallop). Driven by what men find arousing, the business is largely biased and anyone who watches porn avidly must be aware of the consequences so as to protect themselves. The porn industry has raped societal conceptions of sex by becoming the default sex education, manifesting gender interaction complications, and physiologically rewiring our brains. Thanks to movies and the internet, children are being introduced to sex at a much younger age than the previous generation.