Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Trojan slips piggish, sloppy cum shot into ad in Fitness magazine.

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Only pigs pull out and cum on a woman's back (not as bad as a soaking facial though). (L) Trojan ad in the current issue of Fitness magazine. (R) Detail of background scene from this cutesy very-Photoshopped beach execution. Hmm. It's worth noting that some in the sex ed field say that the withdrawal method is actually more effective at preventing unwanted pregnancies than a condom. However, if like this pig, you're extra virile, you just might smear the Sudoku puzzle you drew on your partner's back. Of course, all of this is moot to the Viva Viagra Whiskey Dicks. related: photos of the wacky Sex Machines from the 2006 NYC Museum of Sex exhibit; American Apparel ad model simulates(?) masturbation. (thanks to Hank Mitchell for the images)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This ad has been everywhere -- I first saw it in a bathroom and it's been all over my school's paper.

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ugh. I'm going to hurl here and now.

12:07 PM  
Blogger Syd said...

I hate the whole campaign. The radio ads are even more offensive.

1:47 PM  
Blogger Lorrie & Shaune said...

I am truly tired of male-bashing. And I'm a woman. Most men are pigs? That's a huge stereotypical tarnish with one big advertising brush. If this were an ad depicting women as pgis, there would be major backlash. The stereotyping goes both ways on this tasteless creative; men disguised as pigs only look at women with perfect bodies, it would appear. It's nice to think that men with good manners are using condoms - are they promoting condoms or good manners? No sale - bad ad.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

simmer down people it's a condom ad. it's a metaphor for guys who decide to step it up and for gals that appreciate it. if you read the ad, they're imploring people to evolve ... have you been noticing all these crazy STD stats lately? that should be the thing that offends you, not a print ad that refers to reckless guys as pigs. trust me, the men out there will be able to handle the metaphor just fine.

7:15 PM  
Blogger Blaize said...

Sorry, but can you cite a sex-ed person who says withdrawal is more effective, or may be more effective than condoms? Because I've never ever seen that idea put forward. I've only ever seen the statistic that, used perfectly, condoms and withdrawal are 98% and 96% effective, respectively, and actually more like 85% and 73% effective, respectively.

8:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm assuming your comment about pulling out is a joke, because no one in their right mind could possibly think pulling out is more effective then condoms. About the ad, if it was in Fitness magazine, it is geared toward women, and as a woman I am tired of seeing ads like this...most of us know by now that alot of men are pigs, we don't need an ad reminding us of this fact..

9:20 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Re: withdrawal method: yes, I was mostly joking, partly making stuff up.

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


1:16 PM  
Blogger hank said...

gotta love the "pull out" pig's expression. Definately got a joey silvera thing going.

5:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as long as we're analyzing, funny that there is only one blonde all-american white bread gal in the ad, and she's the one with the 'evolved' guy. i guess we should be happy that there are persons of color in the ad at all? maybe? urg.

9:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I won't be offended at perceived misandry in ads until I see something like the snuff porn in the previous post.

11:20 AM  
Blogger Brady said...

You're missing the point of the ad. The depiction has the connotation of a boorish, chauvinist's idea of how to treat a woman. If you notice the male centered is held in a positive light, holding hands and looking his lover in the eyes, not leering at her other anatomy, and most obvious of all, he's an actual human. All the activities depicted around the two are meant to be seen as devolved misogynistic things. I can't believe you don't see this. I mean, look at the lotion woman's face. She's disgusted. It's not glorification of the act.

8:13 PM  
Blogger charos said...

ahaha totally obvious. the pig's legs are spread and everything. pretty harsh ad if you ask me, "all men are pigs"?
and is it just me or is the girl in the background, the one in the water, topless? maybe it's just me.
wow, all of these ads. ridiculous and whoever was in charge isn't very good with hidden innuendo.
don't you just love these?

4:33 AM  

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