What you see above is a great cause and a great body but it's also a profound advertisement ad. This is a great example of what today's culture has come to. You'd expect to see the media's controversy of this profound advertisement but instead it gets kudos. If you go on YouTube and are under 18 and you can't view Adam Levine testicular cancer awareness campaign ad because the content contains inappropriate material flagged by the YouTube community then it sure enough shouldn't be public or on any Vogue Magazine to start with.
Every influential figure has impacted our culture in a way that this advertisement is no longer seen as profound or unethical. Instead, we praise Adam Levine for his cancer awareness when instead we should be thinking of more ethical ways to promote cancer awareness - without corrupting our culture. I mean what do you expect to see? Let's say a kid is looking through their mom's Vogue Magazine and asks her why is there a woman's hand on that man's crotch? Really, do you even have to get into that with your children this early? Promoting awareness is one thing, but advetising cancer awarness in a satanic way the way Adam Levine has exposed himself with a woman's hands erotically touching his crotch is unethical.
Then again, it's not very easy getting the media's attention today when we have M.I.A flipping the camera off at halftime during the Superbowl this year in front of millions of children watching. Or stars like Adele flipping the camera off and Britney Spears kissing Madonna at the grammys. Even better, Charlie Sheen surprising Jimmy Kemel live with a kiss last year. To top it off, Nicki Minaj's "sick satanic" ritual performance live this year at the grammys. What happened to becoming influential attracting the media in a positive way without scarring kids like Michael Jackson for an instance showing his love for kids without profanity and culture shock? Back then the only thing they had against him was his obsession with kids. They even blamed him for sleeping with a child and being a predator. It's interesting how we look up to people now a days. We look up to people who are making money ruining children's innocence just for the sake of the media results and the cash in their pockets.
It's as simples as this, if you can't watch a video of Adam Levine testicular cancer awareness campaign ad or any other influential figure because it may contain profanity then it sure enough shouldn't be on magazines getting promoted or on YouTube in the first place - even if it's for a cause. Not only does Adam Levine testicular cancer awareness campaign ad make me uncomfortable but it's dissapointing that it's just one more influential person out there that is making big bucks regardless if this advertisement is unethical or not.