The Flirtation (1904), by Eugene de Blaas
An early example of sexual imagery in advertising (1921)
Promotional model pageant at the Games Day 2011 event in Kyiv
A pole dancer promoting a video game at IgroMir 2010
An example of a product being paired with sexual imagery to create an association between the two. The logo of the product this model is promoting is printed on the pasties (on her breasts)
The earliest known use of sex in advertising, Pearl Tobacco label showing lightly draped female figure rising from the waves.
1916 Ladies' Home Journal version of the famous seduction-based ad by Helen Lansdowne Resor at J. Walter Thompson Agency
1926 U.S. advertisement for "French" postcards
Two promotional models with the logo of Camel, a cigarette brand they are advertising, printed on the backside of their shorts, in Ibiza, 2004. They are wearing uniforms mandated by the cigarette company.

Sex appeal is often used in advertising to help sell a particular product or service.

- Sex in advertising

The ability of a person's physical and other qualities to create a sexual interest in others is the basis of their use in advertising, film, and other visual media, as well as in modeling and other occupations.

- Sexual attraction
The Flirtation (1904), by Eugene de Blaas

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