Thank you for highliting an important part of the interview. As I ahve also noticed in other posts, the presence of sexual content in mass media is a phenomenon appearing accross the globe. Simply "sex sells", and in order to continue to bring attention to the products it is selling its erpresentation needs to be more and more shocking. This takes it further away from its natural form into more commercialized one. This makes the example created to meet the needs of mass media even more difficult to follow or interpret correctly.