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Jerusalem bans ‘Sex and the City’ ads

by Brad A. Greenberg

May 20, 2008 | 1:12 pm

Good for the Holy City.

Outdoor advertising company Maximedia has notified the distributors of ‘Sex in the City’ Forum Films and its publicist, Golan Advertising - that the movie based on the popular TV series of the same name will not be allowed to advertise in Jerusalem and Petah Tikva, because the word “sex” appears on the signs.

I don’t agree on religious grounds, partially because it is not “Sex in the City” as the Haaretz reports states, despite letters larger than Sarah Jessica Parker. I just can’t stand that show.

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