69 Sexy and Explicit Advertisements: See It Creatively

Sex sells. In today’s society, people are becoming more open minded. As such, advertisers are becoming bolder. They exploit our acceptance and desire for the sensual by using sex to turn heads regardless of your gender or sexuality. Sex has always been one of the most powerful and persuasive advertising tools. Only now, it is more socially acceptable to use sex to entice and attract consumers.

WARNING: Some images may be too explicit and is not suitable for minors.

Sexy and Explicit Advertisements

The advertiser’s aim is to capture the attention of viewers by using sensual or sexually explicit tones to do so. Although today’s society is becoming more tolerant of using sex to sell products, not every country has reached the same level of openness. Depending on the restriction imposed by various countries, some overtly sexual ads are banned.
Each individual have different levels of tolerance and acceptance of a subject matter or topic. You can never please everyone simply because we are all so vastly different. Everyone is unique and has a right to form and express their opinion.

While some individuals might be offended or horrified by advertiser’s use of crude humor to sell a product, others might appreciate its wit and intelligent commentary on society.

Likewise, using sex to sell might appeal to some and disgust others. However, because there is a noted increase in demand for products that have been sold using sexually explicit tones, the possibility of high returns overthrows advertiser’s fears of offending the minority who disapprove of selling with sex.

Some overtly sensual ads turn out to be rather classy and tastefully done while others are bordering on pornographic. Regardless, it is one of the most effective forms of advertising.

Sex in advertising builds on the premise that people are curious about sexuality and that experience in marketing has been that sexuality sells products. From a marketing point of view, sexuality can have biological, emotional/physical or spiritual aspects. – Wikipedia

In today’s article we journey into the world of temptation and take a look at that which brings about our wild and uninhibited side.
The Art of Selling With Sex

Here are 69 advertisements that use either sexually explicit graphics or nudity to promote their products and services. However there are also some that use overt sensuality simply to make waves and create an impact. Creatively sensual or just plain lurid; be the judge of the quality of these advertisements for yourself.

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Sex sells. In today’s society, people are becoming more open minded. As such, advertisers are becoming bolder. They exploit our acceptance and desire for the sensual by using sex to turn heads regardless of your gender or sexuality. Sex has always been one of the most powerful and persuasive advertising tools. Only now, it is more socially acceptable to use sex to entice and attract consumers.

WARNING: Some images may be too explicit and is not suitable for minors.

Sexy and Explicit Advertisements

The advertiser’s aim is to capture the attention of viewers by using sensual or sexually explicit tones to do so. Although today’s society is becoming more tolerant of using sex to sell products, not every country has reached the same level of openness. Depending on the restriction imposed by various countries, some overtly sexual ads are banned. Leer más “69 Sexy and Explicit Advertisements: See It Creatively”

[Chicas relajen…, o no!, bueno aquí unos consejos] 7 Myths About Sex After 50

Who says sex stops at midlife? Dr. Dorree Lynn, author of Sex for Grownups, debunks the myths and reveals the lies.

Myth #1: Older women are lousy lovers.
False! For centuries, older women would initiate young men into the world of sexual pleasures. You have history and experience on your side; you’ve lived long enough to have earned your stature. Hold your head up high and believe in yourself. Think of some of those wonderful role models: Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirran, Meryl Streep, Iman and so many others. Roll like a Role Model and show the word how wonderful it is to be over 50 and how fortunate a woman is to get there.

Myth #2: Older women don’t want sex as much as older men do.
Women just want more talk along with sex. Women love foreplay and feeling desired. If your partner doesn’t “get it” suggest a date night away from the bedroom and gently talk to him (or her) about what you want. Communication is the key. Foreplay starts in the morning with an “ I love you” or a stroke of your hair. Desire can continue at any age.


By Dr. Dorree Lynn

7 Myths About Sex After 50

Who says sex stops at midlife?  Dr. Dorree Lynn, author of Sex for Grownups, debunks the myths and reveals the lies.

Myth #1: Older women are lousy lovers.
False! For centuries, older women would initiate young men into the world of sexual pleasures.  You have history and experience on your side; you’ve lived long enough to have earned your stature. Hold your head up high and believe in yourself. Think of some of those wonderful role models: Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirran, Meryl Streep, Iman and so many others. Roll like a Role Model and show the word how wonderful it is to be over 50 and how fortunate a woman is to get there.

Myth #2: Older women don’t want sex as much as older men do.
Women just want more talk along with sex. Women love foreplay and feeling desired. If your partner doesn’t “get it” suggest a date night away from the bedroom and gently talk to him (or her) about what you want. Communication is the key. Foreplay starts in the morning with an “ I love you” or a stroke of your hair. Desire can continue at any age.
Leer más “[Chicas relajen…, o no!, bueno aquí unos consejos] 7 Myths About Sex After 50”

7 Days on Craigslist’s Casual Encounters

Many people use Craigslist to find roommates, cheap furniture, used cars or part-time jobs. But there’s another function: Sex.

I decided to dive into Craigslist’s (Craigslist) “Casual Encounters” — a section made for no-strings hookups — to see if any of what I assumed about that virtual place was true. Is it populated entirely by perverted sexual deviants, serial killers, prostitutes and scammers as rumors insist? Or can two regular people really make the connection that the section’s name suggests?

I should admit that I had no intention to actually hook up with someone, should the opportunity arise, if for no other reason than it would be inappropriate and manipulative to an unwitting partner to do so and write about it. But it’s not a stretch to say that even if you abstain from the goal, spending a week on Casual Encounters can teach you a lot about human beings and how the web has changed how we pursue one of our most essential and important desires.

It goes without saying that the content of this article is not intended for children or those made uncomfortable by such topics. But if you’re interested, read on for the story of my seven days on Craigslist’s Casual Encounters — my failures, near misses, discoveries, insights and successes. Following that, I interviewed two women to learn how they used the site successfully for their own fulfillment.


Many people use Craigslist to find roommates, cheap furniture, used cars or part-time jobs. But there’s another function: Sex.

I decided to dive into Craigslist’s (Craigslist) “Casual Encounters” — a section made for no-strings hookups — to see if any of what I assumed about that virtual place was true. Is it populated entirely by perverted sexual deviants, serial killers, prostitutes and scammers as rumors insist? Or can two regular people really make the connection that the section’s name suggests?

I should admit that I had no intention to actually hook up with someone, should the opportunity arise, if for no other reason than it would be inappropriate and manipulative to an unwitting partner to do so and write about it. But it’s not a stretch to say that even if you abstain from the goal, spending a week on Casual Encounters can teach you a lot about human beings and how the web has changed how we pursue one of our most essential and important desires.

It goes without saying that the content of this article is not intended for children or those made uncomfortable by such topics. But if you’re interested, read on for the story of my seven days on Craigslist’s Casual Encounters — my failures, near misses, discoveries, insights and successes. Following that, I interviewed two women to learn how they used the site successfully for their own fulfillment.


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El iPhone también mejora la vida sexual de los hombres

Si eres hombre, sigue leyendo. Un iPhone, 6 minutos y 20 días son suficientes para mejorar hasta en un 85% tu rendimiento sexual. ‘Fire up yor sex drive’ es una nueva aplicación de Apple que permite paliar los problemas de disfunción eréctil. Una cosa es que Apple rechace el contenido sexual y otra que no se preocupe de la vida sexual de sus clientes.

La clave está en los ultrasonidos que desprende esta aplicación, que ayudan a los cuerpos cavernosos a alcanzar una óptima irrigación sanguínea, y por tanto, a mejorar su vida sexual. Según los creadores de ‘Fire up your sex drive’, un tipo de onda de alta frecuencia es utilizada para sincronizar con el cerebro y estimular la producción de hormonas masculinas. ¿Y qué pasa si lo escucha una mujer? ¿Le sale barba?


por Juanjo Moreno

fireup

Si eres hombre, sigue leyendo. Un iPhone, 6 minutos y 20 días son suficientes para mejorar hasta en un 85% tu rendimiento sexual. ‘Fire up yor sex drive’ es una nueva aplicación de Apple que permite paliar los problemas de disfunción eréctil. Una cosa es que Apple rechace el contenido sexual y otra que no se preocupe de la vida sexual de sus clientes.

La clave está en los ultrasonidos que desprende esta aplicación, que ayudan a los cuerpos cavernosos a alcanzar una óptima irrigación sanguínea, y por tanto, a mejorar su vida sexual. Según los creadores de ‘Fire up your sex drive’, un tipo de onda de alta frecuencia es utilizada para sincronizar con el cerebro y estimular la producción de hormonas masculinas. ¿Y qué pasa si lo escucha una mujer? ¿Le sale barba? Leer más “El iPhone también mejora la vida sexual de los hombres”

Online-only publishing may be the answer for struggling Erotic magazines

What a week it’s been for sex in print. I don’t mean framed masterpieces of erotica, I mean sex in the written form, and the few publications that present this complicated genre with words and not pictures.

First, the Erotic Review announced that it is going online-only, ending its fifteen-year print history. The June issue – its 110th – is available to download now.

Next, news leaked out that Scarlet magazine, a glossy for the sexually liberated woman, is closing.

Then there was confusion surrounding Forum magazine after its publisher, Trojan, went into administration. Once the storm calmed, Forum – another magazine that runs sizeable sex features – revealed to its readers that it was not withdrawing from print but rebranding as Foreplay.


by jeremywaite

What a week it’s been for sex in print. I don’t mean framed masterpieces of erotica, I mean sex in the written form, and the few publications that present this complicated genre with words and not pictures.

First, the Erotic Review announced that it is going online-only, ending its fifteen-year print history. The June issue – its 110th – is available to download now.

Next, news leaked out that Scarlet magazine, a glossy for the sexually liberated woman, is closing.

Then there was confusion surrounding Forum magazine after its publisher, Trojan, went into administration. Once the storm calmed, Forum – another magazine that runs sizeable sex features – revealed to its readers that it was not withdrawing from print but rebranding as Foreplay. Leer más “Online-only publishing may be the answer for struggling Erotic magazines”

Anal sex not great theme for B2B phone ads


Access-denied-crop

Random sodomy references are rare in B2B advertising, but it happens once in a while. This time, a British company promised to keep people from hacking into your business phone system by showing a woman wrapped in chains with an “Access Denied” sign on her bottom. This was beyond the pale, according to my old friends at the Advertising Standards Authority, which has banned the ad on the grounds that it could cause “serious offense.” The company claims that three of its female employees were OK with it—always a good comeback. Hopefully they’ll be more careful and respectful the next time they attempt to sneak crude sexual innuendo through the back door.

—Posted by David Kiefaber
http://adweek.blogs.com/adfreak/2010/04/anal-sex-not-great-theme-for-b2b-phone-ads.html

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