One YouTube video may change the way you think about how we gravitate toward "sexy" content on the internet instead of the things that really matter.
The campaign featuring sexy men and women has continued to get a lot of mixed reviews after being posted online in May.
Save The Children USA posted the campaign to YouTube to send a message that conflicts and hardship around the world deserve more attention.
How did they bring attention to the fact that these things need attention?
They used eye-catching models to prove that there's a huge difference between the content that normally gets the clicks and comments online and the content that needs to be spread far and wide.
The video begins with sultry men and women talking about what's sexy and what desires you have, but then the tables make an awkward turn.
The models are forced to make a sexy-sounding statement about hundreds, thousands and millions of preventable deaths around the world.
"This is not a sexy statement. I felt bad," one of the models says.
The models end the video by stating that although it isn't sexy to hear attractive people saying unappealing things, you really should care about other events, too.
"(This issue) deserves your attention," is the final message in the video.
Despite the strong reactions from the models, viewers and internet users have mixed feelings about what the ad is saying.