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    When you look around the world of television and magazine ads, the majority are probably using sex to sell the goods or services. Indeed, in a recent survey undertaken by the University of Georgia, the researchers found the number of ads using sex has been rising more quickly than usual over the last five years. This reflects the general truth that sex attracts our attention. It's built into our genes to notice information with a sexual content. Naturally, some products like underwear and stuff to spray on our bodies to make us smell "good", trade on the fact that members of the opposite sex will find the person wearing the underwear or the smell more attractive. Indeed if you believe the ads, the pheromones in the perfume will have people falling over themselves to have sex with you. Yet, curiously, the same sexualized imagery is also used to sell what we drive (look good and attract the women when you drive our latest model), banking services (attract mates when they see the size of your balance) and alcohol (in moderation, drinking this will make you look cool — our other line of breath mints will let you talk to the other person as well).

    Of course selling erectile dysfunction drugs is directly selling sex. You may not be the greatest stallion in the world right now, but take one of our pills, and you will be back to your irresistible best. Except best in what context? In his inauguration speech, President Obama reminded us of the words in the Declaration of Independence, "We, the people, declare. . . that all of us are created equal. . ." This reference is intended to reinforce the general principle that if everyone is genuinely equal, then all the relationships they make are equally valid. So for the purposes of selling erectile dysfunction drugs, we should not only be talking about married heterosexual couples. The days when sex was only allowed between married partners have long gone. Now we have May/December relationships and cougars stalking the singles scene, while it's possible to admit that sessions involving three or more are possible, that some individuals are bisexual and have sex with partners of different sex, that gay couples have sexual relationships, and that post-operative transexuals are like women and expect their men to be able to perform.

    Against this background of more open discussion of sex and the relationships that can be formed, it should be possible to talk about all the different types of relationship. After all, if there's at least one man in there and he's expected to produce an erection, he may need to buy Viagra to ensure the other(s) get what they are expecting. Relationships are all about sharing and if there's something wrong with one part of the sharing process, medical science can step in with the remedy. So here comes the pitch. No matter what your sexual preferences, if erections are required, buy Viagra and all your problems are solved.

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