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    This is a Lysol Ad... WOOOOW! The Outrageously Sexist Ads Of The Mad Men Era That Some Companies Wish We'd Forget

  • Telly Hartmann

    Very Sexist Ads from the #funny commercial ads #commercial ads #interesting ads #funny commercial #funny ads

  • GL

    Offensive retro ads : The "Mad Men" era of advertising

  • Laura J.

    22 Vintage Ads Designed To Keep Women In Their Place... Lysol douche???? Really???

  • Karen Chapman

    WHAAATTTT???? Lysol was used for contraceptive? This branding move by Lysol was one of the most devious marketing ploys in advertising history. At the time, female contraceptives were mostly illegal and not readily available. So Lysol moved into the very lucrative void and became the #1 selling feminine hygiene product.

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