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Gallery of Offenders Archive


Enrique Iglesias’s newest video is all about bodies

While the lyrics of Enrique Iglesias’s latest single compares women to a drug, the music video itself is really all about women’s bodies being objectified, once again. From showing Enrique actually propping himself up on a woman’s backside to women in lingerie and twerking in minimal clothing, the video is a playground for Enrique and Continue reading

Talk Dirty To Me

Jason Derulo wants you to talk dirty

In the latest single and music video from Jason Derulo, he wants you to talk dirty and he also doesn’t need you to speak English for it. He doesn’t need to “speak the language” since the women’s “booty don’t need explaining”. The fact that the majority of the women in this video are tropes regarding Continue reading


Viktor & Rolf’s Bonbon smells like misogyny

Viktor & Rolf have gift-wrapped their new Bonbon fragrance…and their model, too! It’s hard to tell what in the world this advertisement is showcasing—the words tell us one thing, but the visual is quite a different story. Here’s an excerpt from the Saks Fifth Avenue website, Bonbon’s exclusive carrier: “It is a haute confection that fuels Continue reading


Ladies: Wax that body or become undesirable, says Veet

When Veet released this particular ad campaign, it was met with protest and outrage, especially considering that it was suggesting that if women don’t shave, they risk becoming a “dude” and that’s the worst thing that could happen to a woman. After all, dudes are gross, hairy, and they are disgusted by women who are Continue reading


Target fails at Photoshop

2014 seems to be the year of the Photoshop fail! Target was heavily panned and criticized as a photo of a model in a two-piece bathing suit online had a glaring issue. In manipulating the image, the person using the image-editing software erased a large percentage of the model’s thigh and crotch area, and also gave her Continue reading


Revlon: Sexism Is On

Revlon’s advertisement claims that their 72 new colors of nail enamel will inspire love in consumers, by boldly announcing, “Passion is on!” But there is absolutely nothing affectionate about a pair of disembodied hands being draped across a man’s face. By neglecting to show the owner of the hands’ face or body, this ad separates Continue reading


Snickers confuses and offends

At first glance, this new ad for Snickers was really incredible, and so different from we usually see on television. Having construction workers shout out positive messages to women who weren’t actresses and then ending the commercial with the tagline of “You’re Not You When You’re Hungry” really made us question what exactly Snickers was Continue reading


CodeBabes: Who knew “strip-coding” was a thing?

With 22 videos that take users through lessons of coding in HTML, CSS, and other languages, CodeBabes claims to be a “50/50 entertainment and education” site for teaching people to code. However, the way CodeBabes has chosen to teach coding is by having scantily clad women as their instructors strip every time a user gets Continue reading


Scary weight-loss fantasies, courtesy of SkinneePix

The “selfie” is a part of today’s social network map: Taking a photograph of yourself and posting it on Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook is a common practice. However the newest app for selfie-takers isn’t such a great idea due to the way it is continuing to perpetuate a beauty standard that most folks don’t fit Continue reading


Suit Supply supplies more misogyny

Advertisers are constantly trying to find new ways to attract consumers’ eyes and interest in their products. Sadly, the way this tends to happen is by having a woman’s body be scantily-clad. Suit Supply is a Dutch clothing line (with stores in the U.S.) that makes suits for men, and their latest advertising campaign is Continue reading