Advertisers often use sex and nudity as ads.
So when you hear “sex ad,” think of it as an ad for sex and not an ad about the human body.
“Persuasive ads” and “sex ads” are less common, but often still get used as part of an ad campaign.
In addition, you may also see sex and pornography ads in some of your online channels.
You may also want to pay attention to the types of ads you place on your ads.
If you see ads that you think may be inappropriate, check to make sure they don’t fall into that category.
For example, some sites may require you to be over the age of 18.
If that’s the case, don’t be surprised if you see an ad that you don’t think you should see in your ads because of that.
“Sex” and nudity are also the same in online video.
If the video shows sex, it’s “sex” ad, but if it shows only nudity, it is “nudity” ad.
The ads are very similar in that they often use the same kinds of images and language.
The only difference is that the ads are more often directed at adults.
For more information, see “Why are so many online ads sexual?” and “How to choose the best ads to use in your online videos.”