It seems that the nanny ads magazine, the Lady, is as tightly-buttoned
An advertisement for Population Concern, a family planning charity, was
recently rejected by the weekly title.
No real reason was proferred by Colin May, the Lady’s ad director, who
contacted the charity to say the ad would not be running.
The execution talks about the problems of women who don’t have access to
family planning advice. It contained such seemingly unprintable words as
‘sexual intercourse’ and ‘contraception’.
Obviously, staff at the Lady felt these terms should not be seen in
their august journal. Either that, or they fundamentally disagree with
population control and the issue of contraception because it does their
readers out of jobs.