Julie Smith

Julie Smith

St Louis, MO / Teach #medialiteracy at two universities. Conference groupie, #edtech preacher. Diet Coke addict. Boy Mom.
Julie Smith
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You "got" something on your face and I don't think it's supposed to be milk. Get her used to it makes me cringe because getting her used to it makes me think she doesn't like it and you're going to repeatedly keep doing it until she stops saying something about it.

"Get Her used to it" ad from Got Milk is a sexual reference for men to women in the bedroom. This shows another gender role and sexism.

This ad was one of the most interesting I found. Its a twist of the typical controlling male. This time the female is doing the controlling. I mean she can control the guy, but she can't seem to find any clothes. I basically find this one offensive because no human being male or female should be controlled or need to control someone else.

This ad was one of the most interesting I found. Its a twist of the typical controlling male. This time the female is doing the controlling. I mean she can control the guy, but she can't seem to find any clothes. I basically find this one offensive because no human being male or female should be controlled or need to control someone else.

Pretty sure you're supposed to think perfect tits not perfect fits...basically once again make breasts over sexualized.

Pretty sure you're supposed to think perfect tits not perfect fits.basically once again make breasts over sexualized.

Borders on child porn to me with all the makeup on this child.  Message is that you have to be like a little girl to attract a  man. Very offensive.

Commercials can be annoying today, but they're nothing compared to the incredibly offensive stuff ads used to get away with in the early days of consumerism. Listed by

Pear shaped is bad so buy this lingerie.  There is no mention here of using diet and exercise and a healthy lifestyle to get in shape. No, just buy this lingerie.

Pear shaped is bad so buy this lingerie. There is no mention here of using diet and exercise and a healthy lifestyle to get in shape.

Face it. This ad is not saying that the man noticed what she was drinking first.  Sends the message that a woman's body  has to be perfect.

1988 ad for Mickeys Malt Liquor. And, yeah, lets cut the models head off to make it even more misogynistic. (Plus we then dont have to pay her a full modelling fee, yuck yuck.

I find this offensive because it suggests that Muslim women wear the abaya and hijab to hide physical abuse.

King Khalib Foundation - This ad captures the old adage a picture is worth a thousand words. The symmetry is what make this ad--using the other side to show the difference.

Hard to understand or believe this is an add for ice cream. I personally think that religious figures being depicted in a sexual and provocative light is offensive to the religion and to the people of  that field, and of that belief.

(I think it's hot) --- Blasphemous Marketing - Antonio Federici Under Fire for Sexualized Nun & Priest Ad (GALLERY)