The comparison of the partnership to an amorous relationship is apt because the goal of the campaign, which begins on Wednesday, is to encourage couples who see each other regularly to use condoms each time they have sex. The target for the campaign is the younger Americans who compose the so-called millennial generation that makes up so much of the MTV viewing audience. That hesitance has eased in recent years. The centerpiece of the campaign is a series of three commercials, to be introduced one at a time on Wednesday, Saturday and Tuesday. Like a current series of commercials for AutoTrader. I co-zone you, too.
Condom ads on TV: It’s the teens that need to watch these ads and have safe sex, say ad gurus
Condom use among female commercial sex workers and male clients in Hong Kong
The use of condoms is an aid to protection against human immunodeficiency virus HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases STDs. In a one-and-a-half month period in mid, commercial female sex workers and male clients of 8 Social Hygiene Clinics in Hong Kong were interviewed on their practice in condom usage. For both sex workers and clients, Condom promotion activities are necessary, particularly for those at higher risk of infection because of their sexual behaviour. PIP: To obtain baseline data and reference material for the design of human immunodeficiency virus HIV prevention programs, condom use among Hong Kong's commercial sex workers was investigated for the first time.
India bans condom ads because 50-year-olds still can’t deal with 15-year-olds having sex
The clock strikes 10 and the children had better go to bed. All such ads will now be screened only between 10pm and 6am. But, are these advertisements for children or adults? You see [the ads] in the day and practise [safe sex] at night. Some ad filmmakers, too, feel that the new diktat is absurd.
Few would argue that sex does not permeate the media in the United States. The news is, of course, not all bad. Some adolescents at least believe that the media has taught them that they should use condoms. Unfortunately, white males were less likely to think the media portrayed the message of using condoms.