Gratuitous sex in advertising
Nudity in advertising
Women as sex objects
Advertisements may contain statements or visual presentations offensive to public decency.
In the UK in 1989, 76% of women and 62% of men agreed that using sex as a selling device in advertising is offensive. In 1993, an clothing company advertisement depicting 56 sets of male and female genitalia, some of children, was banned in the UK. Complaints about naked women and gratuitous sex in advertising are however seldom upheld.