It seemed like a sensible advertising strategy. When a company discovered that women accounted for less than one-third of the purchases of its products, it shifted direction to appeal more directly to them. In early June, Trojan will be featured at the top of YouTube for 24 hours.
Products: Trojan Ultra Thin. The Trojan Man says that sex is a sandwich, and as long as you put a condom on it, you can put whatever you want on it, even if that includes copious amounts of peanut butter. Sorry, we only accept work mail accounts.
American television history of sorts took place on Fox Broadcasting Co. But these days, some pretty terrible things are happening to some really nice people. It was a mad dash to be first to air ads nationally on network TV.
Inside of the Trojan Man's domain, a couple complains that they don't like to use condoms. The all-knowing guru channels his affinity for only the thinnest of Belgium linens into a thin product for them: Trojan BareSkin, which the company says is 40 percent thinner. Sorry, we only accept work mail accounts. Submit Already unlocked?
Condoms are an effective method for preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Most brands are very safe, but some offer less protection than others. Condoms are a popular barrier method of conception.
Turns out he's a sex-positive, sensual adventurer. A modern guy who is open to anything, but always has an eye on protection and shares his knowledge and humor to inspire others. As a beacon of sexual curiosities, Trojan Man embodies modern sex while rejecting labels and stereotypes.
Rapper Lil Dickie puts his friend on blast in this ad that's awkward even for a condom commercial. This is one of those things that looks easy but is actually incredibly difficult to do, isn't it? The run is the latest in a series of practice runs as the Bloodhound team attempts to crack the mph barrier.
The second ad for Trojan brand condoms was run by the Fox television network. The ad was accompanied by the line, to help reduce the risk. This met Fox's criteria that the ad could only be aimed at promoting condoms for the prevention of STDs rather than contraception.
The history of condoms goes back at least several centuries, and perhaps beyond. For most of their history, condoms have been used both as a method of birth controland as a protective measure against sexually transmitted diseases. Condoms have been made from a variety of materials; prior to the 19th century, chemically treated linen and animal tissue intestine or bladder are the best documented varieties.