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Honest... when I was a very skinny teenage girl, the boys ignored me and went after the more voluptuous girls (the figures that are considered "fat" these days.)  I think it's very sad that young girls feel so much pressure to be super skinny when that's just not normal (or healthy!)

Honest... when I was a very skinny teenage girl, the boys ignored me and went after the more voluptuous girls (the figures that are considered "fat" these days.) I think it's very sad that young girls feel so much pressure to be super skinny when that's just not normal (or healthy!)

Perrier & les pin-up. En 2010 Perrier s'offre les services de le reine du burlesque et de l'éffeuillage Dita Von Teese. Les pin-ups et filles sexy ont toujours étés associés à l'image de marque de Perrier. Mais l'association de la star à la marque fut un coup de pub mémorable #perrier #pinup #retro #sexy

Perrier & les pin-up. En 2010 Perrier s'offre les services de le reine du burlesque et de l'éffeuillage Dita Von Teese. Les pin-ups et filles sexy ont toujours étés associés à l'image de marque de Perrier. Mais l'association de la star à la marque fut un coup de pub mémorable #perrier #pinup #retro #sexy

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We Love These Vintage Ads In Newsweek's New 'Mad Men' Issue

Sciences de l'information, de la communication et d'une certaine pratique de la condition humaine...

Sciences de l'information, de la communication et d'une certaine pratique de la condition humaine...

In Susan Bordo’s article, Hunger as an Ideology, my eyes were opened to just how hurtful our society has become when you take a look at sexist advertisements and gender stereotypes in the media. Beginning in the early years of advertising, we watched to cookie-cutter family selling cleaning products (or wait, Kellogg’s Cereal?) with harshly defined gender roles.

Sexism Sells in the Media

In Susan Bordo’s article, Hunger as an Ideology, my eyes were opened to just how hurtful our society has become when you take a look at sexist advertisements and gender stereotypes in the media. Beginning in the early years of advertising, we watched to cookie-cutter family selling cleaning products (or wait, Kellogg’s Cereal?) with harshly defined gender roles.

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