"Can we replace 'stubborn' and 'standoffish' with 'smart' or 'strong'?"
Someone please save JCPenney from itself. The company's latest ad campaign, rolled out in October for Breast Cancer Awareness month, is a painful mess of mixed brand messaging, inadvertent sexism and cultural tone-deafness.
Kilbourne began looking into ads in 1968, after a brief stint in modeling proved "soul-destroying," she told The Huffington
2. Or a bottle of beer. Miller Coors ad seen in Esquire, 2006 14. When she's actually a barnyard animal. Ms. Pac-Man has
In a 2012 profile in Fast Company, Axe’s team was described as a “testosterone whisperer,” constantly analyzing sociological
Want to shape up for spring and summer? From eating like a caveman to pecking like a bird, there are so many conflicting
BuzzFeed's new video, "If Women's Roles in Ads Were Played by Men," pokes fun at the ogling and objectifying of women in
I don't know about you, but I'm not afraid of my vagina (or vulva, which is the external genitalia that I assume this body wash is actually meant to cleanse). It's a body part, just like an elbow or a nose. But somewhere along the line, someone decided that women ought to be ashamed of it.
From the depths of our nightmares comes 11 vintage ads selling everything from sauna exercise suits to "chin reducers."
From the depths of our nightmares comes 11 vintage ads selling everything from sauna exercise suits to "chin reducers."
These images illustrate how openly absurd advertisements once were, while also reminding us how much sexism sneaks into advertising