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May 16, 2016

Deodorant ad asks why so many ads stink at respecting women

From India: 'Every Sexist Commercial You’ve Ever Seen', for He Deodorants by Leo Burnett

Deodorant ad asks why so many ads stink at respecting women

Comedian and actor Vir Das makes fun of advertisers that objectify women by being objectified himself in this spot for He Deodorant. According to the ad, profit from the "He Respect" product "is aimed to support the welfare of women". (Via Campaign India)

 

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