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We are sexual beings, therefore are attracted to sexually related subjects, jokes, and other matters. Many companies use the sex concept in their favor, while adding a humorous element to it.
Companies hope that when they create an amazing ad, it will go viral. Some companies use sexuality for their ads because it related to their product.
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Bis in die fünfziger Jahre des Jahrhunderts wurde in den USA vereinzelt immer wieder mit leicht erotisch anmutenden Motiven geworben. Photo expert Klaus Honnef says Kohl was a master self-image manipulator.
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More info OK. Wrong language? Change it here DW. COM has chosen English as your language setting. Fashion has created a gap between itself and real women.
From skinny, to curvy, to fat, the population is made of very different bodies and the contrast between the women represented in fashion or advertising has been so important that most women don't feel good about themselves.
I, too, have had body issues: I tried to fight what I genetically am because I always thought that being beautiful could never mean being curvy.
It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but maybe it should be said that your ears are just as important because that is where you hear the words of those around you.
What I'm asking for is variety. I want a real, genuine human being. Though athletes and musicians and actors and actresses' are great, where are the scientists?
Where are the professors? Where are the brilliant minds who are changing society? I want to see people from all walks of life, from all backgrounds and nationalities and religions and ages who have a passion for life and who desperately want to change the world.
We as a society need to stop looking skin-deep and need to actually dive deeper into ourselves and in our culture and find and listen to people who are changing the way things are done but aren't being heard.
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Everything is blending together. It's boring. It's uninteresting. Neil DeGrasse Tyson's response starts around We need to give those people a voice.
And they shouldn't have to "bare all" to get noticed. Embeds are especially effective as they unconsciously trigger sexual arousal in the consumer which drives motivation and goal directed behaviour such as purchase intention.
An example of this technique is a particular cake mix advertisement from Betty Crocker in which it would appear the chocolate icing on the heel of the cake has been painted to look like female genitalia.
Amongst millions who viewed the commercial, very few will have noticed anything unusual; however, while this detail might not have been consciously perceived, it would have been interpreted sexually at the subconscious level.
This advertisement, directed at women, puts an emphasis on the sense of touch by using words such as "moist", and on the whole the ad creates a subconscious association between the product and sexual pleasure.
After women achieved the vote in the United States, Britain and Canada in the s, advertising agencies exploited the new status of women.
For example, they associated driving an automobile with masculinity, power, control, and dominance over a beautiful woman sitting alongside. More subtly, they published automobile ads in women's magazines, at a time when the vast majority of purchasers and drivers were in fact men.
The new ads promoted themes of women's liberation while also delineating the limits of this freedom. Automobiles were more than practical devices.
They were also highly visible symbols of affluence, mobility and modernity. The ads offered women a visual vocabulary to imagine their new social and political roles as citizens and to play an active role in shaping their identity as modern women.
Research into evolution explains the use of sex in advertising and the differences between genders, due to different mating strategies.
It is the biological prerogative of the male to reproduce with as many females as possible, as this increases his chances of producing offspring.
Because of this need to reproduce as much as possible, males search for cues which signal females are available and accessible, such as seductive behaviour, as well as cues that indicate good health, including facial symmetry,  shiny hair and firm breasts.
Evolutionary research into female sex strategies show that women are more concerned about long term prospects and mates resources,  and less interested in typical male requirements of good health and accessibility.
This explains why sexually explicit adverts tend to be directed at male consumers, whereas products aimed at a female market typically involve romantic imagery, and males who are wealthy, intelligent or powerful.
The earliest known use of sex in advertising is by the Pearl Tobacco brand in , which featured a naked maiden on the package cover. In , W.
Duke grew to become the leading American cigarette brand by Other early forms of sex appeal in advertising include woodcuts and illustrations of attractive women often unclothed from the waist up adorning posters, signs, and ads for saloons , tonics , and tobacco.
In several notable cases, sex in advertising has been claimed as the reason for increased consumer interest and sales. Woodbury's Facial Soap , a woman's beauty bar, was almost discontinued in The soap's sales decline was reversed, however, with ads containing images of romantic couples and promises of love and intimacy for those using the brand.
As a result, Jovane, Inc. In , J. Chemicals Group asked the Bombay office of Lintas Bombay to develop a campaign for a new condom brand. The problem was that in the late s, the Nehru government had launched a major population limitation program to reduce India's birthrate.
The program was very heavy-handed, using coercion, and demanding that men use condoms. The product therefore signified an oppressive governmental intrusion.
The agency head hit on the idea of a pleasurable condom, "So when the user hears the brand name, he says, "Wow.
It's a turn on. Not a turn off. The term was known to well-educated Indians, and that was the intended audience.
Correctly predicting the huge impact the ad campaign would have, the agency purchased all the advertising space in the popular glamour magazine Debonair and filled it with erotic images of Bollywood actors and actresses promoting KamaSutra condoms.
A television commercial followed featuring a steamy shower scene. The television ad was censored but the print campaign proved highly successful.
The Italian clothing company Benetton gained worldwide attention in the late 20th century for its saucy advertising, inspired by its art director Oliviero Toscani.
He started with multicultural themes, tied together under the campaign "United Colors of Benetton" then became increasingly provocative with interracial groupings, and unusual sexual images, such as a nun kissing a priest.
Calvin Klein of Calvin Klein Jeans has been at the forefront of this movement to use sex in advertising, having claimed, "Jeans are about sex. The abundance of bare flesh is the last gasp of advertisers trying to give redundant products a new identity.
Several of Calvin Klein's advertisements featured images of teenage models, some "who were reportedly as young as 15" in overly sexual and provocative poses.
In , Calvin Klein was the subject of more controversy when it aired advertisements of young children who were only wearing the brand's underwear.
This "kiddie underwear ad campaign" was pulled only one day after it aired as a result of public outlash. Weighted down with taboos and volatile attitudes, sex is a Code Red advertising technique