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Should sex toys be advertised on TV?

Listener Ellen got in touch '...I am an 18 year old from Waterford, and I was appalled to see an ...

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15.52 28 Sep 2020


Should sex toys be advertised on TV?


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Listener Ellen got in touch '...I am an 18 year old from Waterford, and I was appalled to see an advertisement about a sex toy brand on Virgin Media One. I wouldn’t mind at all, only for the fact that the tampon ad; which actually educated young girls on the correct use of an ESSENTIAL item, because it was overly “sexualised”. Why is it okay for sex toys to be advertised?' Andrea hears from listeners

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