Furthermore, advertisements are for willing people, nobody is forced to seek services or products in the adverts.
Speaker 1: Some adverts promote prostitution or other bad habits and behaviors in the society. For instance, we have seen innocent ladies trying the lifestyle of the models and artists they see on TV. Majority enter such life not knowing the consequences that could come with such. Take instance the adverts of women and female condoms, women explicit outfits and those with drugs meant for abortion among other unethical implications in the society. Young girls end up losing their virginity in tender age as they adopt such bad lives.
Speaker 2: It is a fact that the society has the good and bad side. The people on the bad also have the rights to live their lives provided they don’t disturb those on the better side. Those companies making condoms, explicit dresses and drugs have the rights to market their products; because it is through that that they can increase their sales and contribute to the national and international economy (Sawyer, 347). Remember those companies have legal rights to make whatever they are making; it means that the legal entity is satisfied with such companies’ operations. And again, nobody is forced to purchase such products. Blame the purchaser, not the seller or the adverts. Remember the adverts provide warnings so that the right audience can watch or hear the contents. Explicit adverts are aired at night when young society members are asleep. The advertisement companies provide employment to the people despised in the society because of their habits. For instance, drunkards would be used to advertise alcoholic products and from here they can earn a living. The society would be boring if it only hades the good people.
Speaker 1: Some adverts are misleading to the consumers and this is common with mobile phones, computers, and tablets among other electronics.