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So, Roku sells access to its platform and takes no responsibility for the content clients choose to show?
Sure, a big part of the problem is government in restricting advertising content to children to products they don't consume - kids under 10 don't need sex lube, home security, or cars, but the Astroglide ad was probably PG-13, and inappropriate for the young audience attracted to games on Roku's platform.
Keep in mind that most of us are simply Roku users, such as yourself. Actual Roku employees will be identified as such.
Your question was not directly answered, as most users might not have have that information. However, @andyross was correct in pointing you to the content provider, as whether or not there is an official Roku policy covering the type of ads allowed, it would still be worthwhile to contact them and let them know how displeased you are with what happened.
It is still a good idea to do as you did and notify Roku via the Community Forum, as Roku can also follow up with answering your question, and, if a policy was violated, contacting the content provider.
DBDukes Roku Community Streaming Expert Note: I am not a Roku employee.
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Roku doesn't care about kids viewing adult content. Even when 3rd party channels are not involved. The Roku home screen, which Roku does control, shows inappropriate ads all the time. It has been getting worse the last year. Search the forums and you can see people complaining. Roku has not shared any plans to change this or to even take notice in any serious way. They just copy and paste a canned response, that has no concern or empathy.