These Subway Ads Were Rejected by the MTA for Being Too Sexual

So female-focused Unbound is going guerrilla with its marketing

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Unbound, a female-focused sexual wellness company that sells sex toys, among other products, had its first subway campaign rejected by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which operates the New York City subway system, and Outfront Media for allegedly being too sexual.

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