Sex is used to sell everything from perfume to food and everything in between. We can’t turn on our TVs or laptops without having some woman’s tits or arse shoved in our faces (never a penis though – funny that!).
We’re used to seeing half naked celebrities (again, usually women) dancing provocatively and simulating sex in a bid to sell their products (and sometimes to hide the fact that doing so is their only real talent). Reality TV shows are a hot bed (eh hem) of sexual nonsense; Katie Price, Jodie Marsh and others started their ‘careers’ as glamour models and every year men spend millions of pounds paying strippers to take off their clothes and prostitutes to have sex.
Sometimes sex – or even just the idea of it – can pay the bills. Continue reading