Brasilia - Brazil's Health Minister, Adib Jatene, said he would bar anti-Aids television ads that feature a talking penis named Braulio because people with that name complained they were being ridiculed. The rest of the $5m campaign would continue without the penis, which also was criticised by the Catholic Church. "The use of a name for the sexual organ has made many people uncomfortable," he said. Reuter
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Brazilians dismember Aids ad