A cute young guy at a club tries dancing with two sexy women, who snub him and walk away.
Then another sexy gal (Los Angeles drag queen Karen Dior, former Miss Gay United States) beckons him to come closer, as she wiggles her bosom and his eyes bulge at her beauty. He starts dancing with her and then she says in a deep, male voice, "You're a great dancer."
He turns with the most frightened face when he hears the voice. She flips her hair and there is a closeup on her oversized adam's apple.
He reaches out to rub her face -- checking for stubble, but feeling none -- then smiles in relief. They then move in for a kiss.
The tagline: "Designed to perform better."
This could be looked at in two different ways -- either the guy decided she was in fact a woman with a deep voice and big Adam's apple (which would make for a more negative reaction to his discovery of her masculine traits) or he decides that despite her maleness he can live with the voice and Adam's apple, so long as there's no facial stubble.
This ad is a difficult one to categorize, thus a wash into neutral.