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ADWEEK CRITIQUE: WAIF'S PROGRESS -- The new stripped-down Obsession campaign features a partially dressed-up Kate Moss and a natural, low-key view of sex By BARBARA LIPPER

As everyone knows, less than a decade ago

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But it’s not that the idea of sexual obsession is outdated really; it’s just that lately, any number of people on Long Island have given it a bad name. (Can Autobody, the scent by Fisher, be far behind?)
And as Madonna learned in her astutely named book, there are problems with the visual presentation of sex these days.

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