Women as sex objects in advertising
Ellen from Fairfield Age: 27. Looking for a man capable of bringing to orgasm. I love experiments in bed. I want insatiable.
Advertising is a billion dollar industry, with powerful driving indicators of how people are supposed to feel, act, and look Kilbourne, Kilbourne referenced several different commercials throughout her discussion in Killing Us Softly 4, and each of them insinuates a sexual relationship with a product. If these advertisements are spread on campuses, the already prominent sexual harassment will only worsen. Clearly, no matter how insignificant an ad might seem, these images solidify the coercion of women into submissive states. However, the worse a woman feels about herself, the more improvements she will try to make in order to conform to impossible ideals. Using Sex in Advertising.
Martha from Fairfield Age: 24. Charming, tender and sensual fairy of love with beautiful soft, silk skin is waiting for you.
From Sex Objects To Bumbling Idiots
However, my surprise did not last long. These ads are explicitly sexualizing violence. The pose of a woman in an ad often entails more than what meets the eye. This creates the illusion of a woman hiding behind her own body or showing her as a weak character. The fast food chain has repeatedly released ads that show explicit and degrading content, such as Kate Upton grinding on a burger bag or lingerie-clad Paris Hilton washing a Bentley for no particular reason. By Paulina Ezquerra April 3,
Deborah from Fairfield Age: 29. Young slender girl. I love mutual oral sex, with sympathy kiss on the lips.
Sheila from Fairfield Age: 23. Young slender girl. I love mutual oral sex, with sympathy kiss on the lips.
How should women be portrayed in advertisements
Modern ads continue to sexualize and objectify women. This creates the illusion of a woman hiding behind her own body or showing her as a weak character. Adding another layer to the problem of objectification, the thinner a woman looks, the more value is added to her as a person. The ad I saw the other day promoted this idea that the man cannot control his desire for the woman, that there is no shame in wanting to slap that bumper — a very dangerous idea to promote around a college campus. Exemplifying the situation, some ads in high couture magazines have even shown women as the victim of murder. The following ads all share one thing in common-they view women as base, without any meaning other than a sexual one.
Tara from Fairfield Age: 22. My dream is to find a man able to bring to orgasm. Love the new feel. I love sex.