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Get It On Advertisements use misleading words and sexual content to sell products A majority of these advertisements are targeted towards teenagers which lowers the standards and basic morals of society and creates more problems than any product can solve Trojan Condoms deliberately target their advertisements towards teenagers and college students by suggesting sexual intercourse simply for pleasure Their advertisement campaign centers on the physical pleasures of sexual intercourse They venture away from the issues of birth control and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and down play the morals in todays youth On one of their prominent advertisements portrays a white teenage female shown from half of her face to her midsection She is smiling and wearing nothing but a brazier and inside one of the braziers cups is a Trojan Condom The words Why wear anything else and Get It On are written in bold letters at the top of the page A caption at the bottom of the page states New Trojan Shared Sensation latex Condoms A special shape for him A unique texture for her So get it on and share the pleasure At first look the ad catches everyones attention A young and attractive woman is wearing nothing but a brazier and has a condom which makes people think of sex The model is smiling and apparently having a good time The words in the ad send out good vibes and encourage consumers to go out and buy Trojan Condoms so they can have a great time too It promotes sex and uses words such as shared sensation and pleasure to make the consumer think of fun The ad says nothing about abstinence and does nothing to make people think about what they are really doing They use the phrase Get It On to insinuate sex Get it on is well-known among teenagers as meaning
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