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Ridonculous Ass-vertising

These Durex gate ads let anyone walking through hit them from behind. Get it? [Copyranter] Keep reading »

This Vodka Will Leave A Mark On Your Knees

In case you thought this was a joke, for a limited time return an empty case Flirt Vodka (a Bulgarian brand) to your local Flirt-carrying liquor store and get a free pair of knee pads. Klassy! [Copyranter] Keep reading »

A Woman’s Take On The Super Bowl’s “Man’s Last Stand” Dodge Commercial

As we all know, the theme of this year’s Super Bowl commercials (lovingly curated in a slideshow by Amelia) was OH NOES! WOMEN ARE EMASCULATING THE MENFOLK!

Dodge Chargers’ ad about “Man’s Last Stand,” in particular, had a lot of critics rolling their eyes for the way it depicted modern dudes as a sorry, henpecked lot. Producer MacKenzie Fegan has filmed a “response” ad called “Woman’s Last Stand,” and though it’s a wee bit bitter, the sentiment has us fist-pumping like we’re on the freaking Jersey Shore. (Warning: two little curse words make it not safe for work.) [The Sexist] Keep reading »

Folgers Continues Its Reign As Most Sexist Instant Coffee Brand Ever


Folgers has a long history of creating mega sexist commercials advertising their brand of instant coffee. You can watch a ton of the vintage ads online, most of which have to do with a woman doing her wifely duty by having her husband’s coffee ready first thing when he wakes up. Whatever, clearly things have not changed. In this new ad, which started airing around the holidays and has been getting on my nerves, a daughter — who looks to be a full-grown adult, potentially home for the holidays — comes into the kitchen in the morning and her dad comments on how late she came home. Her response is that she’s not 16 anymore and anyhoo, Dad won’t have to worry about that anymore because — hand reaches out — SHE’S ENGAGED!!!! Monitoring her curfew is now in the hands of her future hubby, aww shucks! WTF, really? This commercial wouldn’t have bugged me as much if it had, say, been a mom and a daughter or a dad and a son, but something tells me Folgers didn’t even consider that. Daddies have to watch over their Little Baby Girls until Little Baby Girls meet their husbands and become his problem. GAG. (Also, who drinks instant coffee anymore besides my grandmother?) Keep reading »

Not All Advertising Campaigns Are Sexist And Offensive

I must admit, we post about a lot of sexist advertising campaigns here on The Frisky. But there are just so many of them! But here’s one that’s actually kind of empowering and positive, courtesy of Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, or “Sucrilhos” in Brazil. The message is clear: it doesn’t matter if you’re “different” — like this adorably awkward little girl competing in a beauty pageant — all that matters is that you’re healthy. (OK, granted sugary cereal isn’t the healthiest, but whatevs.) Check out one more from the campaign, after the jump… [copyranter] Keep reading »

Is This Ad For Jamieson’s Raspberry Ale Sexist?

Snow White has been made over into “Ho White,” smokin’ a fag after, apparently, a rockin’ roll in the hay with her favorite seven dwarves. The ad is for Australian brewery Jamieson’s raspberry ale which is being marketed as “anything but sweet.” The thing is, the company behind it, The Foundry, forgot to ask Disney’s permission to turn one of its fairy tale heroines in to a big ol’ gangbanging slut, and they’ve had to pull the ad. Too bad, because I think it’s more funny than offensive. [AdFreak] Keep reading »

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