The public attempts to shy away from nudity and other social taboos, but our 'Gossip Girl' pop culture will always prevail. There's a certain guilty pleasure derived from watching scandalous moments that are widely publicized.
These scandalous innovations below range from provocative editorials to see-through fashion, salacious Facebook pictures and naughty parodies.
Implications - Today's desensitized consumer is generally not in the least bit offended by scandals. Instead, the average person sees controversial, scandalous content as a way to be naughty without any negative consequences. This is something that every human being has dreamed of, which companies can provide if they inject the right amount of deviance into campaigns and products.
Revamped 2009 Miss America Contest Disappointed, Despite Hype
‘Celebrity Catastrophe' Wallpaper
Jimmy Kimmel Shows Susan Boyle Gone Wild
Scandalous Boomer Fashion
Is Madonna's Wardrobe Too Edgy In Her New Album Promo?
GlaxoSmithKline Lactacyd Commercial Takes a 'Different' Perspective
Political Career Killers 2.0
Canadian Politician Resigns Over Facebook Pictures
DC Direct Releases New 'Women of DC' Line of Sculptures
Scandalous Beer Commercials
Is Guinness 'Good Times' Sexist, Indecent, or Both?
Pointlessly Scandalous Awareness Ads
MTV Gets Unnecessarily Explicit for AIDS (NSFW)
Scandalously Provocative Soda Campaigns
Coca Cola Burn Ads
Scandalous Teen Shoots
Gossip-Worthy Editorial by Terry Richardson
Scandalous Denim Covers
V Magazine Pushes Limits With Gisele Bundchen
Provocative Watch Editorials
Terry Richardson Has a Scandalous Time in Vogue Hommes
Fake Naughty Photography
Scandalously Edgy Fashion Photography
Jon Kortajarena & Rene Russo For Brian Atwood S/S 09
Provocative Female Photographers
Diana Scheunemann Exploits Men & Women Equally
Scandalously Violent Footwear Ads
More of the Steamy Brian Atwood S/S ‘09 Campaign
Scandalous American Apparel Sheer Dress Reveals All