Zestra Ads “Too Hot” for TV? Nightline Investigates

Posted 8:55 am, September 22nd, 2010 by Rosann

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Rosann Fisher is Internet Marketing Manager at Semprae Laboratories, Inc.


7 Responses to “Zestra Ads “Too Hot” for TV? Nightline Investigates”

  1. [...] Watch the ad and tell me what you think. Is it so racy for prime time compared with its male counterparts? Are the networks right to ban an ad like this? And what message are they sending to American women? [...]

  2. [...] Nightline recently reported how Zestra is being turned down for advertising. ← Older Posts [...]

  3. Melissa Tarver says:

    Ok they have all of these ads for men, just this morning I saw on for smilin’ Bob and his chubby santa, but women can not have any of those same rights. I say whatever. This is 2010 not 1950. I have not tried this product yet but I darn well am going to.

  4. Rosann says:

    Thanks so much for your support! Did you have a chance to sign our petition for equal advertising rights yet? We’d love to have you join us. http://chn.ge/brDHyM

  5. Paul says:

    Like the woman in the ad said, we are a LOT closer to the dark ages than we’d like to think. There is still a deep, underlying bias as to what women are “supposed” to be like. This is kept alive in the so called “morality” preached by right wing talk show radio pundits and regressive, so called “Christian” churches. You know… the old “Boy will be boys, but women had better be virgins or be dutiful vessels for male pleasure” mythology.
    To hell with that… women should enjoy all the freedoms that men enjoy.

  6. Rosann says:

    Paul, thank you so much for your feedback. We wholeheartedly agree that women should enjoy the same freedoms as men, sexual and otherwise.

  7. rebecca says:

    Hi. this is rediculous…. In the end what it is all about is not only that America doesn’t want to talk about womens sexuality, but that Zestra is not a drug for the drug compainies to make money off. This is not something that a perscription has to be writen to get, therefor no big wig is going to make money off it and therefor it is not being played on tv ads. Big medicine has more of an effect on us than we know or are willing to admit.

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