Objectifying Crotches, Heels and Semi Nudity Make Ads Hard To Decipher
Apr 15, 2009 20:41
Advertising is wonderful and we can be sure of seeing the most creative stuff ever from marketers all around. Yet this whole crotch objectifying and pin pointing heel like movement suggests another message. Sex sells. So, badvertising? Or legend?
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