This is not a sponsored post. This is how a company advertises when they can't show what their product does. Details reports the FDA approved XIAFLEX, an injectable drug that takes the curve out of severely torqued penises.
"XIAFLEX is a prescription medicine used to treat adult men with Peyronie's disease who have a 'plaque' that can be felt and a curve in their penis greater than 30 degrees when treatment is started."
But how, Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, which makes XIAFLEX, surely must have wondered, do you make an ad about a penis condition? After all, you can't just slap a photo of a bent penis on a piece of paper and artfully arrange copy around it.
In the above ad, a man stares into a window, only to see his secretly bent penis shame staring back at him. Good thing that inspiring, ramrod-straight topiary awaits him on the other side of XIAFLEX.
Of course, any drug has its scary potential side effects.
"Penile fracture (corporal rupture) or other serious injury to the penis. Receiving an injection of XIAFLEX may cause damage to the tubes in your penis called the corpora. After treatment with XIAFLEX, one of these tubes may break during an erection. This is called a corporal rupture or penile fracture. This could require surgery to fix the damaged area. Damage to your penis might not get better after a corporal rupture."