Pretty Little Thing ad banned for being ’overly sexualised’

Pretty Little Thing ad banned for being ’overly sexualised’

An ad for fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing has been banned for being ’offensive’. As per the Advertising Standards Authority, the YouTube ad presented the firm’s products in an ’overly-sexualised way’ and depicted women as sex objects. The company said it ’in no way meant to cause any offence’.

J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 1 months

Prudes, gotta love 'em.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 1 months

beauty is offensive? yesh to ugly people only.

Rocky 1 months

I remember when it was the right that acted like authoritarian prudes. Now it seems the left has picked up the mantle as well as destroying the advancement of biological women through supporting the mentally ill men that wish to compete with women in physical sports. Who will stand up for sanity and keep women safe from these practices? Some natural women are beautiful period. They are pleasant to look at and most beautiful woman enjoy that and it is coveted by other women (and apparently some men). This is life accept it and do your best with what you are given.

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