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Eroticism in Society In todays world newsstands are filled with magazines featuring glossy advertisements with suggestive and erotic imagery The magazines are full of pages and pages of flesh that grab your attention Body parts that are normally covered in the conservative world are brought out for all to see For boys and girls alike the erotic imagery cannot be passed by Everyone stops and sneaks a second or two to put him or herself into this cultural fantasy Eroticism has come to the forefront of both the advertising industry and the collective conscience of mainstream society due to peoples strong attraction to sex The passionate sex appeal between two people is displayed in advertisements to grab your attention when the product has nothing to do with sex or being erotic For example in a Guess jeans ad you cannot even see the jeans In the ad the shirt of the woman is unbuttoned and cleavage is hanging out The two are about to kiss You can see the lust for one another jumping off the page The picture leaves it up to your imagination of what will happen next The ad displays the word Guess jeans in bold white letters Along with the picture the words stick in your head It gives you the feeling that with this name brand you will be put into the situation of the models in the advertisement This ad is eye catching to both men and women with the eroticism being between to beautiful people It creates a dream place that almost everyone wishes that they could go and take the place of the male or female in the picture Ads are not only used to promote material objects today but sex still finds its way into those ads that it once again does not relate to Everything today is on the Internet and this is how a lot of business is done An ad
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