It would be different if Aqeel were an anonymous photographer or artist of some sort who wasn’t trying to sell any product, but this isn’t the case. Aamna Aqeel is a designer, and ‘Be My Slave’ is an advertisement with a pretty model and pretty clothes and a very, very ugly message. More
Like many companies, idiots and the overwhelming majority of society in the Middle Ages, this one believes women are all heterosexual, physically weak and should be pushed into getting with a man as soon as possible before her ovaries become two sobbing raisins that knit Christmas socks for the fallopian tubes. More
One of my least favorite things is when companies pretend to be opposed to stuff that, in reality, they are 100% for. For example, when soda companies release ads showing children running and playing, claiming that diet pop can make … More
This kind of obnoxious campaign doesn’t encourage anybody; it just tells us that we should don our hair and makeup according to what dudes like. Look, if I want to wear red lipstick to go running (and I most certainly have), then I will, and it won’t be because I want to look “cute” in my adorbz wittle lady wunning gear. More
What do you get when you cross violence against women, racial profiling, high fructose corn syrup and a goat? Why, Mountain Dew‘s newest ad, of course! More
If you, like me, found Dove’s latest attempt at tugging your heartstrings kind of disingenuous and annoying, you will enjoy this parody video from comedy group New Feelings Time, wherein Dove hires a second forensic sketch artist to draw how men see themselves. More
“It’s a secret, bitch!” Kate replies, throwing around her hair in faux-slow motion.
Her husband gives a somber smile, quietly contemplating about all that Kate keeps from him. Is she staying via an affair? he ponders. Is Clairol a beautiful Moroccan man? More
Apparently, Roots Bistro in Houston, TX believes that domestic violence is a hilarious, pun-opportune topic. Woo hoo, women being beaten, what glee!
But seriously: WTF. More
Kate Upton: equal opportunity body hair shamer. More
Ford Motors and its ad agency have issued an apology to the world after some rather tasteless ads made their way onto the internet. Or rather, one tasteless ad and one perfectly decent one. (Can you guess which one the Kardashian-themed one was?) More
Dealsesss, my precioussss. More
I know I personally enjoy my pizza with peppers, onions, and a hearty side of rape innuendo. More
HOW IS THIS EVEN REAL? More