Sports Illustrated Swimsuit's YouTube channel is the definition of 'sexually gratifying content'

Adsense rules on Sexually gratifying content state that Google ads may not be placed on content that is sexually suggestive and/or intended to cause sexual arousal. Examples of content that may be considered sexually gratifying include, but are not limited to:

close-ups of breasts, buttocks, or crotches
sheer or see-through clothing or lingerie
strategically covered nudity (includes situations in which genitals are blurred out by camera)
images of men or women posing and/or undressing in a seductive manner

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit's YouTube channel is the definition of that prohibited clause.

How obscene has it gotten? User vincent villan writes, "I LOVE UR CHANNEL,kindly do let me know where i can watch lengthy and uncensored content of ur sports illustrated model...pls do let me know by a big fan of this channel......mmuaahhh"

Exactly.

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