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The Daily News has found a modicum of outrage over a new attention-whoring ad on Houston Street, the latest in a string of predictably provocative Calvin Klein billboards. One neighborhood resident makes a keen observation that the image of three shirtless models making out, with a fourth sleeping on the floor, is “borderline pornographic.” A twenty-something passerby says it’s straight up “inappropriate” and the American Family Association, a conservative Christian group that’s uncomfortable with same-sex greeting cards, is naturally repulsed.

Not surprisingly for a company that has featured 15-year-old Brooke Shields telling the world she has no underwear on, amidst decades worth of scandalous ads, Calvin Klein Jeans was trying “to create a very sexy campaign that speaks to our targeted demographic.” When the ad campaign, shot by photographer Steven Meisel, came out in January, the company claimed the video was too sexy, releasing a censored version for American television, but you can decide for yourself below.

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