Chinese millennials yearning for freedom and diversity are exploring blurred gender roles.
The brand once known for baudy, objectifying ads is now trying to help men escape a harmful concept of masculinity.
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Flooded with stories after issuing a call for women to tell her about sexual harassment in the industry, Gallop is now calling on adland to pledge not to penalise women who do come forward.
Of the 150 women whose online experiences were examined, on average each was subjected to over 40,000 abusive tweets, including threats of sexual violence, over six months.
The agency's managing partner drew rebuke and has since apologised for commenting that pinching and grabbing are "part of growing up".
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