August 16, 2019
The horror… The horror…
Everything is gay and stupid now, and we’re just gonna have to get used to it.
Or we could, you know, just gas the kikes.
An advertisement juxtaposing male astronauts with a woman sitting by a stroller, and another depicting two hapless dads, are the first casualties of a British ban on gender stereotypes in advertising.
The ads, for Volkswagen and Philadelphia cream cheese, were investigated by the UK Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) after viewers complained they perpetuated gender stereotypes.
New rules that came into force in June prohibit depictions of gender that “are likely to cause harm, or serious or widespread offense.”
Imagine living in an open-air Moslem rape camp, and this being your main preoccupation.
BTW, you guys ever tried typing “Rotherham” in the JewTube search bar?
Literally every result is about their shitty football team whose videos mostly get a few thousand views.
Meanwhile, there’s no mention of the Moslem rape jihad happening there, even though videos about that have hundreds of thousands or millions of views.
I’m sure that’s just an (((accident))).
The Volkswagen commercial shows a number of primarily male people taking part in adventurous activities — two male astronauts in space, and a male athlete with a prosthetic leg doing the long jump — before cutting to a mother sitting on a park bench next to a stroller. It prompted three complaints from viewers, and the ASA found it showed a woman “engaged in a stereotypical care-giving role.”
“We acknowledged that becoming a parent was a life-changing experience that required significant adaptation, but taking care of children was a role that was stereotypically associated with women,” the body added in its ruling.
All it took is 3 “people” – probably old childless women, not real human beings – to get a commercial that probably cost hundreds of thousands of dollars banned?
Yes, I like it.
Big corporations are part of what got us into this mess, and I hope they suffer.
It goes without saying that if you’re a Brit and you’re not abusing this law as much as humanly possible, and making as many complaints as you can… Well, you’d probably still be a cuck anyway, but you’d be lower on the scale.
And BTW – women taking care of children comes from eons of evolution, not “stereotypes.”
A second commercial for Philadelphia cream cheese showed two dads looking after their children at a restaurant with a conveyer belt.
The men become so distracted by the food that they lose sight of their babies, who end up circling the restaurant on the belt. “Let’s not tell mom,” says one, after rescuing his child. Over 125 viewers complained.
“We acknowledged the action was intended to be light-hearted and comical and there was no sense that the children were in danger,” the ASA said in its decision.
“We considered, however, that the men were portrayed as somewhat hapless and inattentive, which resulted in them being unable to care for the children effectively,” they added. “We did not consider that the use of humour in the ad mitigated the effect of the harmful stereotype.”
Neither ad can appear in its current form following the ruling.
This is so idiotic I can’t even get angry over it.
The new rules follow a review by the ASA, published in 2017, which found that harmful stereotypes reinforced by advertising “can restrict the choices, aspirations and opportunities of children, young people and adults.”
A public furor over a 2015 poster on the walls of London’s subway system, showing a woman in a bikini with the words “Are you beach body ready?,” prompted the regulator to look into all gender portrayals in advertising.
Ah yes, that catastrophic incident that triggered 99% of all the ugly women in the world.
These bitches whine about misogyny and “hatred of women,” but 99% of people who hate women are other – usually childless and/or ugly – women.
The ad — for a weight-loss product — was not initially banned by the ASA, as it did not explicitly break any rules, but the regulator eventually took action due to its health claims.
“Our evidence shows how harmful gender stereotypes in ads can contribute to inequality in society, with costs for all of us,” Guy Parker, chief executive of the ASA, said in a statement in June.
The ASA said commercials will still be allowed to show “glamorous, attractive, successful, aspirational or healthy people or lifestyles.”
Ads that show men or women carrying out tasks with which their genders are sometimes associated, such as women shopping, will also be permitted.
I’m shocked that this cuck lied…
Making ads GREAT AGAIN is just another thing to do after we eradicate the Semitic infection.
And we will.