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The man who credits himself with curing one of Australia's "biggest social problems", male erectile dysfunction, has just cured a problem of his own: problematic billboards.
Jack Vaisman, CEO of Advanced Medical Institute, has started replacing giant posters promoting "longer lasting sex" after the advertising watchdog upheld complaints they led to the sexualisation of children. But rather than softening the ' visual impact, the medical institute has swapped the word "sex" for the word "censored" in a cheeky swipe at the Advertising Standards Bureau.
Someone suggested "censored" and the idea stuck. Stark black and white lettering now sits over the old billboard's red and yellow colour palette. Vaisman said all posters dotted around the country were being made over this week, at a cost in the "thousands of dollars".
But nervous parents have done it much cheaper after taking matters - and a roll of red vinyl - into their own hands at Stanwell Park, south of Sydney. Vaisman is just happy he can continue to help out Australian men, sex and sox and censorship aside. We just think it's one of the ways to deliver the message, at least it seems not offensive," he said. It takes a man five years to decide to do something about it. Please try again later. The Sydney Morning Herald. By Georgina Robinson September 11, — 9. Save Log inregister or subscribe to save articles for later.
Normal text size Larger text size Very large text size. Vaisman says he isn't being smart, just responding to the wishes of the public. The Advertising Standards Bureau was unavailable for comment today. this article.Sex ads for Sydney sex
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