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The following advert was produced by the Danish tourism agency VisitDenmark. After the video had received , hits in just four days, the agency removed it from YouTube on Monday following complaints that it promoted promiscuity and unprotected sex. Posted on YouTube last Thursday 10 September , the video was not attributed to any agency, leaving viewers to believe that it was a genuine appeal. Danish TV channel TV2 has since clarified that the scene was staged and that the woman is an actress.
Before its removal, the video was criticised by Danish Economy Minister Lene Espersen, who's also in charge of the country's tourism portfolio , for presenting "a not very well-thought-out picture of the country. On the Web meanwhile, the ad has been labelled sickening, stupid, and just plain weird.
Posted by " princeword ". Posted by " hotgarbagecomedy ". Between my friends we're pretty split over this. Half of us think it's ridiculous and a bad representation of Danish girls. Plus it's strange to use such a serious subject - and something that puts many girls in a difficult situation - to advertise tourism. Most of the stuff on YouTube is fun; this however, is not.
But there are also those who think that it shows how Danish girls are very open about their situation; what an honest and liberal society we live in; that women have the right to decide over having a baby without being embarrassed; that it's not a problem to have a baby without knowing the father; and that we're not pressured into having an abortion if that is the case.
My male friends think the ad would only scare guys away - it's a pretty frightening idea that if you come to Denmark you might get someone knocked up! Personally I think it's a shame because as a somewhat outrageous joke it could be quite funny. But if that was their intention, they failed. I'm not at all surprised that it got taken down.