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Saturday, 13 December 2014

7 Ways Feminism is like Nazism

7 Ways Feminism is like Nazism

I had more than 7 points, but the infographic image reached 3,091 pixels in height which is getting on the long side.  Perhaps there will be a part 2 if there is enough interest in it.

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Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Canadian Feminists offended by Milk

Canadian Feminists offended by Milk


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In Newfoundland and Labrador, a Coca Cola marketing campaign for its new milk product is causing a feminist group to stamp their feet and whine.

The campaign shows women wearing nothing but milk.  Although the milk is opaque and is in the form of a classy dress, the sexist card is being thrown around.   The executive director with Western Regional Coalition to end Violence, said she worries about the message being sent by the images.  "They're disgusting. They're disturbing, and I really fear for the message it's sending to families to young people in particular," she said. Somehow this dim-wit further describes the ads as "it's a woman on a weight scale, it's preying on our insecurities and it's also supporting this traditional image of a woman which perpetuates inequality, perpetuates violence against women. It's horrible."

"On one level they're disgusting because they're sexist and portraying women in a demeaning manor, but also because they're impacting the self esteem of people," said one mangina.  He went on to say, "Large companies such as Coca Cola, should probably be taking a more social responsible approach to these sorts of things and portraying proper body image in their advertising."  When I look at the ads I see women.  Not anorexic.  Should we be putting fat and or unattractive women on ads instead? 

It is pretty interesting how when People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) use naked, semi-naked, or scantily clad attractive women to promote their cause, these same feminists are no where to be seen or heard from.  They have no problem with women like Madonna going topless as something "empowering". Then there is the TV series 'Girls' featuring Lena Dunham, a rather ugly feminist who likes to appear topless on the series from time to time.  Or is that example okay because she is a feminist, a lesbian, and a fat positive advocate?  That's a politically correct total of 3 points!  They seem to pick and choose what they are offended by. Recently GTA5 (a popular video game) was banned from Target stores after a online petition claiming GTA5 is a rape simulator (obviously never played the game). No mention that men are constantly being shot throughout the game. There is no discussion, it's heavy handed bully tactics to shape the world to their liking. Sounds like cultural marxism to me.

From a marketing perspective, these noisy feminists make the perceived offence even more effective! We've come to a point that no matter what kinds of ads are published, someone, somewhere will be offended. They will try to standardize what people should believe in, what morals they should have, what they should see, hear, feel, and not see, hear nor feel, and how they should behave so that they validate they own view of the world as being the "proper" one.

As one person working in the marketing industry commented, "One thing I consider in my strategy planning is how best to employ the negative reactions that are reliable from certain organizations and quasi-political groups. If they make a big noise against something in my campaign, then I know I have a winner and they will help get my campaign into the mainstream by their claims of being outrageous by their standards. It saves hundreds of dollars in additional advertising costs. I’m glad the marketplace makes up its own mind for the most part and these small-minded crusaders for a common cause are exposed for the biases they promote."  

A reply to this comment, by Leslie stated, "One day perhaps the advertiser's daughter will get raped by the boy who grew up seeing your ads, maybe then you will get how wrong some of these sexually explosive ads are and the effect they have in real life"  What I find offensive about Leslie, is her primitive idea that all men and boys can be swayed to commit rape by simply looking at milk ads?


 The pictures used in the pulled Ads

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad.

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad.

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad.

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad.

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad. My personal favorite.

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad.

Feminists don't like this ad.
Feminists don't like this ad.

Feminists approve of this ad. Fat-positive, minority women, possibly lesbian.
Feminists approve of this ad. Fat-positive, minority women, possibly lesbian.


 Remember men:  don't rape.






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