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originally posted by: eeyipes
a reply to: 3danimator2014
No? It can. Why else are more and more clothing companies focusing more and more on ads with natural sized women and plus sized models? Because that is what their demographics wants to see. They want to see products demonstrated by models they can relate to. These ad companies are constantly evolving their advertising to what makes people feel good about themselves and their product.
Sure, there is some negative advertising out there that is meant to feed on guilt. But on a whole positive advertising works better for most types of products. Personally, any ad that is meant to make me feel bad or guilty about something puts that product on my personal do-not-buy list.
I think more and more people are aware of that type of advertising tactic and feel the same.
originally posted by: Kali74
The fragile right whines again.
And the length of the dresses on the women don't appear overly modest.... Mormons, Amish and Mennonites are more clothed than these women...I don't think anyone needs to worry too much... but OH NO! Folks will just have buy a sports illustrated magazine instead of seeing women in bathing suits plastered about town..!?!
originally posted by: Morrad
Did you actually check on his family? This is him with his wife and two teenage daughters. Not a burqa in site.
originally posted by: Ohanka
I find it odd that third wave feminists more often than not are quite unattractive. The attractive women are rarely third wave feminists.
I wonder why